Archive for March, 2005

Peeps with too much time…

Monday, March 28th, 2005

Peeply Field
via Chicagoist


Thursday, March 24th, 2005

There’s an absolutely wonderful piece over at Baseball Analysts by Eric Neel on Vin Scully. It captures the man and his work so perfectly.
I get an chance to listen to Vin here in LA on my way home from work sometimes (they simulcast his TV anouncing on the radio for the first […]


Thursday, March 24th, 2005

That’s what rock and roll is: the sound of
revenge. So make your enemies interesting.
-Bono, in his acceptance speech at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

How can you lose an Orange Hummer?

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2005

So, apparently, someone stole Rodger Clemens’ Hummer. (Yes, there’s a joke or five in there somewhere, but I’ll leave that to Sloth or Dolan)
My favorite passage from the article -
He began letting Koby Clemens drive the orange Hummer to school after he signed a letter of intent last November to play baseball for […]

Photo Collage

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2005

Check out this great photo collage of Wrigley by Photoblogger Phineas X. Jones.

Gettum’ Cheap

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

What’s that clicking sound?
It’s the sound of thousands of Giants’ ticket holders putting thier tickets up on Ebay and Stubhub.


Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

From the Trib -
Cubs closer Joe Borowski suffered a hairline crack in his right wrist while fielding a comebacker in a Cactus League outing Monday and will be out for at least 3-4 weeks, the Cubs announced Tuesday morning.
At least he didn’t break it punching an electric fan in the clubhouse.
And I really hope […]

Patience Drill Redux

Sunday, March 20th, 2005

From -
Eye on the ball: Jason Dubois and Corey Patterson aren’t always swinging at pitches when they’re in the batting cages. Sometimes they just stand and watch the ball zip past them.
The two outfielders are some of the players using a device that is designed to improve a hitter’s ability to track the […]

Gammons on the Cubs

Saturday, March 19th, 2005

In his latest post, Gammons spends time looking at the makeup of the Cubs. The one thing I definitely agree with is this statement about Wood -
The worst thing that ever happened to him was the 20-strikeout game, because it made him into Dr. K
That game turned Wood into a superstar before he […]


Saturday, March 19th, 2005

Man, I love watching him pitch. He is so on today. Granted, it’s against the Brewers, but he is locating his pitches perfectly.
I would not be surprised if he were to have 20 wins and a no-hitter this season.