On the night the Yankees clinched their most recent World Series, I was in San Francisco. Today, as Derek Jeter collected his 3,000 hit, I am in Long Beach. I hereby offer to stay in California if the Yankees pay my moving expenses and rent and give me a sizable stipend.
During Friday night’s Blue Jays/Rays tilt, Toronto right fielder Jose Bautista scored each of the first four Blue Jay runs. Sadly for the VORG, with Chris Woodward on first base in the bottom of the 11th, John McDonald homered, ruining Bautista’s run-hogging. Nonetheless, scoring all of your team’s runs is pretty easy if its only … Read moreAll 4 Runs and Runs for All, Almost . . .
In honor of Tax Day, let’s see the players who have memorable 1040s: First up, the batters . . . Games: Not one single player has played in exactly 1040 games in their career. Bill Sweeney, an infielder for the Boston Doves in the 1900s, comes closest at 1039. At Bats: In a quirk that … Read more1040 Reasons to Be Happy on Tax Day