This deeply important – let’s make MLB’s Opening Day a national holiday

Over on petitions.whitehouse.gov, there is an effort to declare Major League Baseball Opening Day a national holiday. The authors of the petition write: MLB Opening Day is more than just Continue Reading →

MLB Cave Videos: Jays at the Driving Range

You Baby Birds may already be aware of this, but I am not a huge fan of baseball by any stretch of the imagination. That having been said, I still Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: All-Star Games

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out the inaugural post or the revised rules. If I follow my own Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: 1907 World Series

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out the inaugural post or the revised rules. Since this particular edition of Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: Josh Gibson

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out the inaugural post or the revised rules. Today we are in the Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: Leutz. Just Leutz.

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out the inaugural post or the revised rules. One of the smaller sections Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: The Journey of Johnny Allen

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out the inaugural post or the revised rules. As I mentioned in a Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: Dave Dravecky

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out the inaugural post or the revised rules. This is usually the part Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: Carlton Fisk

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out the inaugural post or the revised rules. Today at work, I cut Continue Reading →

The Rays tricked the Dodgers

So I’ll be honest, I don’t really watch baseball because…well, I don’t like baseball and I have better things to do than watch baseball. Admittedly, however, this play is kind Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: Connie Mack

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out the inaugural post or the revised rules. Today’s section is the manager Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: 1969 Montreal Expos

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out the inaugural post or the revised rules. So if I follow Continue Reading →

The Royals Fountain Girl

Now that the Royals are doing well, Kansas City fans simply aren’t sure how to act. 13-0 wins over other teams aren’t something Royals fans are used to. So what Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: When Pitchers Were Men

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out the inaugural post, or the revised rules. So I Continue Reading →

List O’ Sports: 5 MLB mascots I would like to attack

As I’m sure everyone is aware, baseball season in the air. This means hot dogs, beer drinking, and furry A-holes dancing on top of dugouts while thousands of people, such Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: Steve Garvey Scandal

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out this explanation and example. O.K., I’m not going to bother Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: Jim Maloney’s No-Hitters

This is an entry in our Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day section. To learn more about how this section works, check out this explanation and example. Page: 25 Section: Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: Baseball During WWII

Welcome back, faithful readers! As promised, your daily dose of completely relevant and totally useful baseball knowledge has returned after the weekend. After one week of Facts of the Day, Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: Ernie Banks

In case you missed the first B.E.F.O.T.D., check it out here for how this column works. Today’s random page number: 652 Section: Player Register Players: Dave Bancroft, Chris Bando, Sal Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: Vida Blue Trade

In case you missed the first B.E.F.O.T.D., check it out here for how this column works. Today’s random page number: 2341 Section: Trades: This section lists literally every single trade Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day: Henry Larkin

In case you missed the first B.E.F.O.T.D., check it out here for how this column works. Today’s random page number: 1128 Section: Player Register Players: Norm Larker, Barry Larkin, Ed Continue Reading →

Baseball Encyclopedia Fact of the Day

One of my absolute favorite stores to peruse through is called Half Price Books. The name is pretty self-explanatory: they sell books for cheap. They also sell movies, music, computer Continue Reading →

Basebrawl Breakdown: Dodgers vs. Diamondbacks

     Using the term “brawl” to describe any fight in a sporting event is typically similar to describing UFC fighting as a “sport”. To those of you who enjoy Continue Reading →

Sports Opinion: This week’s Steroid Scandal

This week’s Steroid Scandal or How I learned that I really don’t give two fucks about PED use in Sports On June 4th, ESPN’s we REALLY love to talk about Continue Reading →

Sports Opinion: Sometimes change isn’t better

Sometimes Change isn’t Better: Why Baseball Should not Expand Replay, and no, the word ‘Purist’ will not be used in this Piece The above footage comes from Super Baseball 2020, Continue Reading →