First Edition of "Was He Juicing!?" featuring Mike Piazza

Disclaimer: What you are about to read is evidence-based, but it ultimately an opinion piece. The conclusions of this post are not meant to be construed as certifiable fact. Said evidence leads to a speculative conclusion, which is exactly that: SPECULATIVE… Enjoy the post. Today, we are going to try out a new game hereContinue reading “First Edition of "Was He Juicing!?" featuring Mike Piazza”

Historical Context: Sports, the Coronavirus and What Looms Next

The year is 1918. At this point in our history, World War I has waged on in Europe for four years. Individuals destined for myriad versions of fame, such as actress Rita Hayworth, businessman and founder of Wal-Mart Sam Walton, and historical and inspirational leader Nelson Mandela are born. The now world-famous Cleveland Orchestra isContinue reading “Historical Context: Sports, the Coronavirus and What Looms Next”

MLB Caps off a Disappointing Off-Season with Questionable Rule Changes and Proposals

With the one exception of the Houston Astros organization still appearing classless, its been a week of change for Major League Baseball. On Wednesday, the league announced the full brunt of rule changes that will be a part of play for this coming season. They are, in to particular order: The 25-man roster is nowContinue reading “MLB Caps off a Disappointing Off-Season with Questionable Rule Changes and Proposals”

Baseball Cliff Notes: World Series Game 7 Edition

I have a lot of thoughts about last night. I’m just going to give them, start to finish. Consider this like Cliff Notes. Early Innings Zack Grienke was absolutely masterful. His second pitch of the night was an absolute bullet hit by Trea Turner that Alex Bregman snared out of the air at 3rd base.Continue reading “Baseball Cliff Notes: World Series Game 7 Edition”