Category Archives: anagrams

The 2014 All-Star Game Lineups, Anagrammed

By now you know the starting lineups and their affiliations for both teams in the All-Star Game. The VORG is proud to present them here, in anagram form: NATIONAL LEAGUE Andrew McCutchen, Pirates – Screw dirt-cheap, mean cunt. Yasiel Puig, … Continue reading

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Players with Full Name Anagrams

We’ve written about the anagram battery of Cosart and Castro. We’ve written about those players whose last names are anagrams for other players. Now we’ll take it one step further, by presenting those players whose first and last names, combined, … Continue reading

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Players with Last Name Anagrams

About 10 days ago, I wrote about the possibility of Jarred Cosart and Jason Castro becoming only the second battery to include anagrammed last names.  This of course opens the door to the question of how many other players in … Continue reading

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The Anagrammatic Battery

It was just a quiet Friday night.  Jarred Cosart had been called up for his big league debut with the Astros, and then my Twitter feed went nuts: Sam Miller @SamMillerBP holy cow via @suss2hyphens Cosart and his catcher Castro … Continue reading

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Ballplayer Name Anagram Quiz – ANSWERS

Last time out, we gave you phrases which, when rearranged, gave you ballplayer’s names.  Now here are the answers: I’m a bug clearer. – Miguel Cabrera Better spurn shags. – Stephen Strasburg Chew cunt. Mend car. – Andrew McCutchen An … Continue reading

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Ballplayer Name Anagram Quiz

The 2012 National Scrabble Championships have now concluded.  But here at the VORG, we’ll give you some more anagramming practice. Each of the following phrases anagrams to a ballplayer’s name.  The only hint you’ll get is that each player is/was … Continue reading

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Scrabble and Baseball

Tomorrow morning, roughly 300 wordy people from at least 41 states and several countries will begin play in the 2012 National Scrabble Championship down in Orlando, Florida.  It will take 31 games over five days to determine the winner of … Continue reading

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