Open Thread: Nobody Don’t Like Yogi

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Search the Internet enough, and you’ll find things you never even imagined. Many RAB posts, in fact, originate from odd items I find in various searches. This open thread is one of them.

Apparently, someone wrote a play about Yogi Berra. That’s appropriate enough. Yogi is a remarkable enough figure to warrant a stage play, I suppose. The title, Nobody Don’t Like Yogi, is entirely fitting. According to this review, it sounds like a decent way to spend a couple of hours. Yet I find something incredibly odd about this play.

If you clicked on the review, you’ll see that it comes from Ohio.com. The play was written years ago, in 2004, and probably played around this area. I just find it a bit odd that a theater in Cleveland would pick up something about the Yankees. If you’re in the area, it runs through January 24th at Actors’ Summit in Hudson (Ohio, of course).

If you, like me, hadn’t previously heard of this play, you can check it out on Google Books. It won’t have the whole thing, but it contains a lot of the one-man act.

And with that, your open thread for the evening.

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  • Salty Buggah

    It was made just for LeBron.

  • http://www.puristbleedspinstripes.com Rebecca-Optimist Prime (Optimovelist Primus)

    House is back tonight.

    • http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bring-Melvin-To-America/193013541601?ref=nf Andy in Sunny Daytona

      For me, and I’m sure I’m the only one, “Chuck” trumps “House”.

      • A.D.

        Thats why my TiVo records 2 things at once.

    • king of fruitless hypotheticals

      !

      that’s why i <3 rabbis.

      sorry baseball kids, but i'm outta here like last year, gotta get my house fix! thanks Rebs–you graduate yet?

      OH…just sign Jerry to be the uber-bench and let Garffmann figure out who's in left. If Damon wants to come back for 1/8, do it. if not, screw it.

      after today's discussion on relievers, i feel great about our team.

      now make them do yoga or whatever to keep their hammies in one piece.

      • JGS

        Garffmann? I like it

        • Steve H

          +5

  • Salty Buggah

    Speaking of searches, check out the hot searches from Google Trends:

    1. mark mcgwire
    2. teresa sullivan
    3. alcoa earnings
    4. monica malpass
    5. kyle turley
    6. sarah palin fox news
    7. irs publication 970
    8. simon cowell leaving american idol
    9. i already work around the clock
    10. mcgwire steroids

    What’s up with #9?

    Also, I found something that would amuse JMK:

    http://i49.tinypic.com/r0dwrc.jpg

    • king of fruitless hypotheticals

      its a quote from that harrison ford movie, and um, WTF???!??!!!

  • Rocky Road Redemption (formerly RAB poster)

    Newsflash! Jeter marriage bogus!

    http://bases.nbcsports.com/201.....s.html.php

    Some of the comments here are hysterical.

    Derek Jeter, Monday morning, pours himself a cup of coffee and reads the paper trying to shake off the effects of last night’s 3rd bottle of Dom, “I asked her what?”

    Jeter’s marriage may be bogus, but his herpes is real as hell.

    Ahhhhh, he probably just wanted to screw her, he does that alot.

    • Rocky Road Redemption (formerly RAB poster)

      Oh, I missed one:

      so youre saying i still have a chance?

    • Rocky Road Redemption (formerly RAB poster)

      People also conveniently missed this final line from the NY post article:

      Bellando chuckled, but quickly tried to dismiss speculation.

      “Oh, that’s not Derek Jeter. We wouldn’t use his real name if it were. When the Jonas brother got married here last month, we used a different name.”

      Wow, the Post really hid that one. Very last line.

      http://www.nypost.com/p/news/l.....z0cJgLKfJT

    • http://www.theyankeeuniverse.com/ Nostra-Artist

      Dave-“Are you engaged?”

      Jetes-“I’ve heard that one. I’ve heard that I’ve been engaged a few times, that I’m married and have kids. I’ve heard that one a few times”

      Dave-“But, are you engaged?”

      Jetes-“I’m not engaged… how about you?”

      Dave-“No. I’M MARRIED!”

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/.....48294.html

  • Rocky Road Redemption (formerly RAB poster)

    Bwahaha, this made me laugh too.

    http://waswatching.com/2010/01.....ts-fan/Jan 11

    If You’re Going To Have Someone Fall On You, It’s Better If You’re A Yankees Fan Rather Than A Mets Fan

  • BigBlueAL

    What an interview with McGwire. Steroids did not help him hit 70 HR, it was all God given talent!!

    • Accent Shallow

      Well, the balls were juiced in ’98, so it’s not like it was all McGwire . . .

    • http://www.theyankeeuniverse.com/ Nostra-Artist

      What a dumb answer.

      The correct answer is “I’m sure it helped me some, but don’t forget I was hitting against pitchers who we know were using steroids as well. So in some ways it helped me, but in others I’m sure the prevalence of PED’s worked against me. If you don’t want to count my HRs, you probably shouldn’t count the outs and strikeouts I made facing Jason Grimsley, Roger Clemens, Kevin Brown, Mike Stanton and a whole bunch of other guys. At the end of the day, it was something of an even playing field.”

    • JeffG

      Ken Rosenthal: “he blew it” – Ken Rosenthal, you’ve always been a little prick and today is no different. I think steroids did have an effect on his play but to classify that interview as “he blew it” is bullshit.
      I’m not sure Mark could have done a better job than what he did. A lot better than Manny, or Ortiz, or even A-Rod did.

      • BigBlueAL

        Sorry Ken Rosenthal is 100% correct. That interview was horrible and has only hurt McGwire and all the immediate response to it so far has been real critical towards McGwire and rightfully so.

        • JeffG

          I totally disagree. I think Harold Reynolds had it right… sure the steroids did help but overall there were some good points to come out of the interview. The guy cares, he regrets what he did.

          • Januz

            The only thing he regrets is he got caught. If I had my way, McGwire, Arod, Clemens, Sosa, Palmerio, Andy, and their enablers like LaRussa would not get voted into the Hall Of Fame and their records would be stripped from the record book.

            • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

              It’s often a good thing that you don’t get your way.

  • http://baseballalamode.blogspot.com snArky Vaughn

    If you have a little time, here are Bill James’ thoughts on steroids. I don’t remmeber this ever getting an publicity, and I don’t know why.

    http://www.actapublications.co.....ids_F2.pdf

    • http://baseballalamode.blogspot.com snArky Vaughn

      eh, the single quote broke the link. You can copy the whole thing into your browser or just do a search on Bill James steroids.

    • http://www.theyankeeuniverse.com/ Nostra-Artist
      • Marcus

        The quote that jumped out at me from that article:

        “Andy Pettitte is probably going to be in the Hall of Fame.”

        Really? I would think it’s a stretch to even say “might”. But then again, maybe Andy is the next Jack Morris. After all, he did get that 1-0 win against Smoltz in 1996.

        • Rocky Road Redemption (formerly RAB poster)

          Must win game.

        • http://www.theyankeeuniverse.com/ Nostra-Artist

          Yeah, that jumped out at me too. I really don’t see him having any of the ‘magic numbers’ needed, and his peripherals fall short.

          • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

            However, he was a big game pitcher who had a bulldog mentality. That goes a long way.

            /idiot’d

  • Steve H

    As a Pats fan I want to personally thank McGwire for picking today to come clean.

  • http://www.puristbleedspinstripes.com Rebecca-Optimist Prime (Optimovelist Primus)

    ….AHAHA HOUSE

    • JGS

      that was a good one. Next one looks pretty interesting too

  • Rocky Road Redemption (formerly RAB poster)
    • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

      “There is no A in definitely. To help you remember, use this: If you put an A in ‘definitely’, then you’re definitely an A-hole.”

      (golf clap)

      • Rocky Road Redemption (formerly RAB poster)

        Instead of linking frequent misspellers to Eats, Shoots, and leaves, you should give them this link.

        Stumble upon is the shit.

        • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

          I don’t really link misspellers to Eats Shoots and Leaves, though, just the habitually punctuation averse.

          • Rocky Road Redemption (formerly RAB poster)

            Well, now you have a misspellers link.

            • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

              Danke schoen.

    • Evilest Empire

      The Oatmeal is the shit!!!

  • http://and-that-happened.blogspot.com Evan

    Bless my mother’s heart. On the Knicks’ first miss, she’s already complaining about them.

  • Steve B.

    Hey Joe Paw…nobody likes double negatives.

  • LarryM, FL.

    I saw the play “Nobody Don’t like Yogi” a few years ago in Sarasota, Fl. The play is worth seeing specially for Yankee fans of this era and knowlege of issues with the Boss. Its a one man show so the actor is key (Duh). I was fortunate that the actor was in his later years, similar build as Yogi and carried his speech patterns just great. Its worth the couple of hours to see.

  • http://theyankeeu.com Matt Imbrogno

    I worked for 12 hours today. I’m quite cranky.

    • http://www.theyankeeuniverse.com/ Nostra-Artist

      I’ve been doing that for the past 12 years. Try squeezing in a cogent, somewhat coherent blog post on top of your 12 hour day and get back to me.

      • http://theyankeeu.com Matt Imbrogno

        Yeah, that’s why I wrote mine for today last night. I’ll probably do the same thing tonight (but there really isn’t much to write about at this point) or crank one out after getting home from work tomorrow.

        • http://www.theyankeeuniverse.com/ Nostra-Artist

          I’m searching for anything that catches my eye, but lately it’s like trying to get water from a rock. The one thing I really liked was this:

          http://www.sabernomics.com/sab.....al-league/

          ..but NOBODY wants to read a blog post about the economic impact of the Federal League from 1914 except me, and maybe a few other weirdos like me.

    • Steve H

      If you had followed TSJC’s mopping advice you could have been done in 8.

  • http://www.theyankeeuniverse.com/ Nostra-Artist

    Here’s my question to any Hall of Fame voters reading this … If you suffered, over the course of a few years, a series of maladies that limited your ability to write, or write well — to thrive in your profession — what would you do?

    Would you find someone who could give you a pill that would clear your mind of that encroaching intellectual haze? Would you accept a friendly offer of an ointment that might relieve the sharp pain in your fingers every time you tried to type more than a few dozen words? I would. I’ve never used an illegal drug in my life — no, not even a beer before I turned 18 — but I’ll tell you right now that if I had a choice between giving up my profession or doing something illegal … Well, I suspect it would be awfully hard to resist. Particularly if many of my colleagues were doing it and there was no chance that I might wind up in jail.

    Granted, my little hypothetical isn’t precisely relevant. The ethics of sports writing have little to say about drugs. But the ethics of sports have always been highly ambivalent about … well, about nearly everything. There are corked bats and spitballs and made-up birthdays and of course the old saying: “It ain’t cheating if you don’t get caught.”

    Not to mention the amphetamines that dozens of current Hall of Famers ingested during their careers, with the sole intention of enhancing their performances.

    http://espn.go.com/blog/sweets.....an-finally

  • chriskeo

    Hey guys, got a Fantasy Baseball question, trying to decide on my 6th and final keeper in an 8 team league. I am debating between Adam Lind and Ichiro. Its not obvious to me because Lind seems like the better hitter but ESPN rates Ichiro higher because of his average.

    (ESPN league with standard stats if it matters)

    What do you guys think, Lind or Ichiro?

    • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

      Who are your other keepers, and do you lose a pick for keeping a player? Some leagues make you forfeit the pick of whatever round you drafted your keeper in.

      • chriskeo

        I’m keeping Albert Pujols, Prince Fielder, Joe Mauer, Cliff Lee, and most likely Mariano Rivera.
        In our league the 6 keepers just take the place of the first six rounds of the draft. I wouldn’t have to forfeit any additional picks, everyone pretty much keeps 6 players.

        • Rocky Road Redemption (formerly RAB poster)

          Damn, those five players are really fucking good.

        • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

          Wow. You’ve got a shit load of power, plenty of RBI, and plenty AVG too. I’d go for Ichiro to boost the AVG up and grab some steals.

        • AndrewYF

          Do you have to keep a closer?

          Because I’d take both Ichiro and Lind over Rivera. Rivera contributes to 3 stats, and towards ERA and WHIP he contributes only a third of a starter’s worth of innings.

          Lind contributes full seasons to 4 stats.

          That is, if you’re running a standard 5×5 league.

          • chriskeo

            I think I like this plan, but pitching is usually a wash and was trying to keep the guy who is one of the most consistent pitchers in the game now.

            • A.D.

              Yeah he’s consistent, but you can almost always find a reliever that will get you saves, and put up some decent numbers. And otherwise you could easily trade Lind or Ichiro for a closer, to start the season its usually about amassing the most talent, then you can maneuver for stats you’re lacking.

  • danny

    GO TERPS!

  • http://www.theyankeeuniverse.com/ Nostra-Artist

    Pending Pinstripes has their profile up for #16, Dellin Betances.

    http://pendingpinstripes.net/2.....s-rhp.html

  • Rocky Road Redemption (formerly RAB poster)

    Right now I am freaking myself out, yet at the same time am slightly fascinated by, the River Styx. Check it out. Good way to kill time.

    http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/.....rstyx.com/

  • http://media3.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/photo/gallery/091102/GAL-09Nov02-2999/media/PHO-09Nov02-185373.jpg Drew

    I’m still reeling from the Mcgwire news. I never would’ve guessed that he would use steroids.

    • Meat Loaf

      I got dirt on Santa Claus that is going to floor you.

      • http://theyankeeu.com Matt Imbrogno
      • http://media3.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/photo/gallery/091102/GAL-09Nov02-2999/media/PHO-09Nov02-185373.jpg Drew

        If it ever comes out that a guy like Barry Bonds or Sammy Sosa took steroids I may have to rethink my life choices. I don’t know what I would do..

        • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

          Drew, I don’t want to spoil the movie for you, but…

          Jesus dies at the end of Passion of the Christ.

  • AndrewYF

    Was just looking at the all-time RBI leaders. Hank Aaron with 2297.

    Alex Rodriguez is currently at 1706. Assuming he plays out the entirety of his contract, he would need to average about 74 RBI a year (591 over 8 years) to top it.

    Doable? I think so.

    • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

      For sure. He’ll pass Aaron in 6 years even if he declines a bit.

      • AndrewYF

        By the end of A-Rod’s career, he could conceivably lead all of major league baseball history in HR, R, and RBI, overtaking Barry Bonds, Rickey Henderson and Hank Aaron, respectively.

        • chriskeo

          But would he still lead all of baseball in those categories by the time Albert Pujols retires?

          • thurdonpaul

            very good question

  • Rocky Road Redemption (formerly RAB poster)
  • http://theyankeeu.com Matt Imbrogno

    Attn: Nostra-Artist:

    Do you mind if I re-claim my Moose v. Glavine blog idea?

    • http://theyankeeu.com Matt Imbrogno

      Steve, I’m going for it. I’ve really got nothing else.

    • Steve H

      If you do and you think it makes sense, I’d love to see your thoughts on a what-if scenario? What if they changed places in time, and Moose was in the NL East all that time, and Glavine was in the AL East, pitching for the same teams in the same era.

      • http://theyankeeu.com Matt Imbrogno

        I’ve got an idea for it; I’ll see if it works.

        • http://theyankeeu.com Matt Imbrogno

          No, wait, nevermind. MiL Splits still doesn’t have a pitching calculator.

          • http://theyankeeu.com Matt Imbrogno

            Okay, punching Glavine’s numbers into the MLE calculator (his batting against numbers) and converting from ATL to NYY, his OPSA goes from .697 to .711.

            Doing the inverse for Mussina, his OPSA goes from .695 to .685.

            • Steve H

              That certainly evens the playing field, can you add in his Balt. years too? He had to face both the Yankees and Sox regularly for a decade before joining the Yanks, something Glavine clearly never faced.

          • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

            Yeah, they’ve been saying they’ll have a pitching MLE Calculator soon for over a year now.

  • A.D.

    What happened to the Hariston “serious talks” I haven’t seen any additional word on those.

    • DP

      Cashman killed the person who leaked it.

    • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

      WHY THE FUCK IS MY BURRITO TAKING THIS LONG TO COOK IN THIS MICROWAVE?!?!?!??!?!??!?!??!?!?

    • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

      I’m guessing it was a load of crap to start with.

      • A.D.

        Makes sense

  • CapitalT

    The big Stein is from Ohio…

    • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

      Fun Fact of the night: Steinbrenner owned the Cleveland Pipers, a basketball team in the short-lived ABL, one of the early challengers to the NBA (and a forerunner of the ABA).

      As Pipers owner, he hired John McClendon, one of the the first African American head coaches in North American professional sports (not including player-coaches such as Fritz Pollard and the like).

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_McClendon

      • A.D.

        Big Stein also tried to buy the Indians before the Yankees, then when that fell through went after the Yanks. Oh how baseball history could be so different.

        • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

          Cleveland: fucked not only by geography, and the Browns, and flaming Lake Erie, and Drew Carey, but also by history. And fate.

          And, in a few months, by LeBron James.

  • Steve H

    What do you think is pushing Johnny Damon more at this point in his career, money or a chance to make it to the HOF? He’s already got his rings, and players like money more than winning, so I’m not considering that as part of the equation. Johnny isn’t a clear HOF, but with a few more good seasons has a surprisingly decent case, obviously his best chance would be to stay with the Yankees, for several reasons. So if he thinks he has a real HOF shot, would he rather take 1/$10 from San Fran, or 1/$5 from the Yankes?

    • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

      What do you think is pushing Johnny Damon more at this point in his career, money or a chance to make it to the HOF?

      Can I pick “both”? Or, better yet, “pride”?

      So if he thinks he has a real HOF shot, would he rather take 1/$10 from San Fran, or 1/$5 from the Yankees?

      If he thinks he has a real HoF shot, he’d take the Yankees over the Giants, because the Yankees would offer him a bigger stage for his final HoF push. We’ll give him a postseason spotlight. If he leaves us and goes to San Fran and puts up a few decent seasons, it may help his HoF black ink, but it’ll also smack of “compiling”, and Hall voters hate that. They love titles, though. Damon’s best Hall shot is staying in pinstripes and winning some extra rings.

      That being said, if the choice is “would I rather make a few more million at the tail end of my career” or “would I rather make my Hall chances better at the tail end of my career”, I’ll firmly say Johnny Damon would worry more about the Hall and his legacy than a few million.

      And thus, if the choice is “take 10M from the Giants and probably make my Hall candidacy slightly weaker” or “take 5M from the Yankees and probably make my Hall candidacy slightly stronger”, I firmly expect Johnny Damon to act AGAINST the rational thought process he just personally outlined for himself in the preceeding paragraph and pick the Giants and the 10M.

      Pride is a vengeful bitch.

      • Steve H

        Agreed with all of that. Pride is a vengeful bitch, and so is Scottt Boras, and for the most part, Boras couldn’t give a shit if Damon makes the HOF, only if he makes more money. So for all of what you said, plus Boras as the wild card, I still say Damon takes the most money. Hell even if the Yankees were to match the highest offer, pride would probably keep him away. With YSIII, the spotlight, the playoffs, the pinstripes, the history, etc. the Yankees are clearly the best spot for his career, just not his wallet (maybe) and definitely not his ego.

      • JGS

        smacking of compiling or not, they love guys with 3000 hits, which Johnny will get to

        • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

          They also love guys with 3701 strikeouts.

          No, wait, they don’t.

          Sincerely,
          Bert Blyleven

          • JGS

            3000 hits >>>> 3000 strikeouts, and = (how do you make that wavy symbol for “approximately equal to) 300 wins

            If Blyleven had traded 13 of those strikeouts for wins, he would have been in ages ago

            • Steve H

              While 3000 hits>>>>3000 strikeouts, I would say 3701 strikeouts>>>>>3060 hits (in my eyes, not in HOF voters eyes)

              Number of people with >3701 k’s:4 (3 potential juicers)
              Number of people with >3060 hits: 19

              • JGS

                I agree, but I’m not a HOF voter

                • Steve H

                  Maybe you should be.

        • http://theyankeeu.com Matt Imbrogno

          /fights urge to disparage Craig Biggio’s HOF case

          • JGS

            disparage all you want, he is going in on the first ballot

            • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

              We thought that about Robbie Alomar and Barry Larkin.

              • JGS

                neither of them had 3000 hits, or Biggio’s grit factor. Even in that packed 2013 ballot, he is going in

                • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

                  I’d like to agree with you, but the utter batshit insanity of the BBWAA makes it utterly unpredictable. Even the dumb shit that they love doesn’t make you a shoo-in anymore. Nothing to base any reliable prediction on.

                  Maybe you’re right… I just don’t know.

                • JGS

                  In fact, I think Biggio will get in in 2013 because that ballot will be packed with PED users (Bonds, Clemens, Sosa, Palmeiro) and the voters will feel the need to present someone clean and gritty who played the game the old fashioned way

              • Steve H

                The missing ingredient.

                http://tinyurl.com/hofgrit (safe)

                • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

                  That should make Manny Ramirez and Vlad Guerrero shoo-ins, amirite?

                • Steve H

                  And Trot Nixon……

                  But holy shit, Vlad is definitely a shoo-in, but these clowns in the BBWAA actually have me questioning that now too. Manny might get past the steroid stigma just because people will want to hear his speech. But I’d say Manny has 3 years left, 8 years until he’s on the ballot, they’ll screw him for a few years and finally let him in. And he’ll promptly miss the ceremony.

          • Steve H

            Hmmm, while Alomar>>>>>>Biggio, I’ve never really heard Biggio even questioned as a HOF. Obviously the 3000 hits make him a shoo-in, though I think he would have belonged at 2900 hits as well. But again, for a 10 year period, there is no question Alomar was the premier 2b in baseball. Though Biggio had pine tar on his helmet, so he certainly wins the grit factor.

  • C. Roy

    So I wanted to get some thoughts about a trade senerio that I was thinking about. This is 100% made up, I thought about it when I was playing road to the show. Who would get the better of a Hughes for Matt LaPorta trade? If it’s obvious to anyone I’m sorry if it sounds stupid but honestly I see it as a win-win like the Josh Ham. for Volquez trade but I don’t know too deeply into the minors.

  • Steve H

    My basic philosophy is to emphasis impact more than numbers. That’s why I voted for Ozzie Smith but not Trammell (though during their careers it’s true the Tigers never would have traded Trammell for Smith).

    This is from that numbnuts Heyman, but I’m sure a ton of the moron voters would agree with the above statement.

    Considering that, shouldn’t Jose Canseco be getting HOF votes from these guys over Andre Dawson? Hasn’t Canseco had a much bigger impact on the game of baseball, including his time playing (especially retroactively) and his post career impact?

    Oh, and he also had a pretty strong 132 career OPS+.

    • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Archimedes Torquemada

      In 1987, the horrible-hitting Ozzie Smith became the highest-paid player in the National League, contributing towards an explosion in salaries where marginal middle infielders would become multimillionares, a precedent that would ultimately result in the strike of 1994, almost killing baseball.

      Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa, meanwhile, hit homer after glorious homer and reminded us of what was so much fun about the game. Unlike Ozzie Smith, they saved baseball.

      Q.E.D.

  • pat

    Conan is ripping NBC. Excellent

  • Crazy Eyes Killa

    Dudes is Mauer really gonna hit the market? I was just watching Tim Kurkjian’s lil baseball needs Mauer to stay in Minny piece, and while I agree, probably like all of you, I know that the Yanks are going to go so hard after him. I don’t expect him to hit the market, but if he does I’d bet a lot that he ends up in the Bronx. He’s good.