Jobu shines yet another spotlight on an emerging MLB rookie. This time, it’s Oswa ldo Arcia of the Minnesota Twins.
Seriously now. Teams need to stop calling up impactful players. To steal a line from famed politician, crackpot and meme inspiration Jimmy McMillain… These spotlights are making our light bill too damn high! Anyway, if you’re like me, you didn’t know who Oswaldo Arcia was before the season started. I certainly didn’t have him on my radar, but that’s because the 22-year old Venezuelan had never played above AA before this season. Let’s meet him, eh? Continue reading →
The rant is back! This time, Clu weighs in on the unexpected success for the New York Yankees.
I have something to say about the NY Yankees team that we see playing before us in the Bronx. Don’t worry. This is a good rant. In case you have not been paying attention to baseball yet, this rag-tag bunch of backups, wash-ups, and AAA starters have stepped in to fill the void left by the injured superstars that we, the spoiled Yankees fans, have gotten so accustomed to seeing day in and day out. In fact, they have played well enough to keep the bombers relevant throughout the first month and a half of this season. What are some of the keys to the Yankees’ early success in the 2013 season? Continue reading →
Mr. Knucklepuck previews the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Round 2 of the 2013 NHL Playoffs has begun. The field has been whittled down to 8 in the fight for Lord Stanley’s Cup. Let’s take a look at who’s still hangin around. Continue reading →
Jobu updates us on the status of a couple of his least favorite Yankees.
I wasn’t thinking of updating this series for a while, but things have definitely been happening on the Ben Francisco and Shawn Kelley roster spot watch front. Let’s just quickly review and we can all go about our business… Here we go. Continue reading →
Jerry discusses the Bruins first round success, Tiger Woods and even Theo Epstein makes an appearance.
The old adage of something being better late than never, was never truer than last Monday night at the TD (or as they called it in Toronto- the GD) Garden. Although I will allow my fellow fans of the Black and Gold to believe it was a matter of heart and true grit showing through, we both know that it was bunch of guys collectively realizing at the same moment, that their jobs were on the line. Milan Lucic, to his credit, admitted as much in his post game interview. Continue reading →