Baseball Thoughts

Is Omar Vizquel Hall of Fame Worthy?

An article by posted on October 4, 2012 0 Comments
Is Omar Vizquel Hall of Fame Worthy?

Last night was a great night for Venezuelan Baseball. We all know the story by now, Miguel Cabrera is the first non-American born player to ever hit for the Triple Crown, and even when he didn’t have to – he went out and played in a meaningless game on the road, and had 2 at […]

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Triple Crown Or Not: Miggy Is MVP

An article by posted on October 3, 2012 0 Comments
Triple Crown Or Not: Miggy Is MVP

This will be totally off topic, but we’re Mets fans because we’re baseball fans right? I find this year’s individual awards to be the most fascinating year I can remember. The AL Cy Young is probably between David Price, Justin Verlander and perhaps Fernando Rodney. The NL Cy Young has 5-7 legitimate candidates as I […]

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His Pain Is Eased

An article by posted on October 3, 2012 0 Comments
His Pain Is Eased

Adam Greenberg finally had his dream recognized with the Marlins in last night’s 4-3 routing of the Amazin’s. After years and years of perseverance, over 22,000 signatures, nearly 2,400 minor and independent league at-bats, Greenberg beat the odds for one one-day contract and a second chance at achieving his childhood dream: getting an at-bat in the big leagues. The […]

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Witnessing A Dream Come True

An article by posted on September 27, 2012 0 Comments
Witnessing A Dream Come True

Everybody knows by now the story of Moonlight Graham right? The end result of that story is that he didn’t get a 2nd chance at getting a major league at bat. Well, in front of our very own eyes we will see an ending to a similar story. Guilford, Connecticut resident Adam Greenberg will be […]

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From Bud to Beane – We Were Wrong

An article by posted on September 26, 2012 0 Comments
From Bud to Beane – We Were Wrong

As a fan it’s practically our job to hate Bud Selig, but say whatever you want to say – his plan has worked. The second playoff spot has created the most interesting September I can remember. Realistically in the AL you have 8 out of 14 teams with less than ten games to go and […]

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First Pitch Mitch: Top 2012 MLB Players By Position

An article by posted on September 23, 2012 0 Comments
First Pitch Mitch: Top 2012 MLB Players By Position

The season is winding down, and it’s time for me to pick out the FirstPitchMitch All-Stars. The FPM All-Stars are like the All-Madden team of baseball – they are the best of the best. When this team steps in to the stadium the skies open up, and the baseball gods marvel at their creation. Without […]

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Mets Fade Makes One Yearn For A Pennant Race

An article by posted on September 18, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Fade Makes One Yearn For A Pennant Race

Every morning I take a glance at the standings and the pennant races. There’s nothing like the drama and intensity of a pennant race. It is the essence of the sport. For the record, this morning the Mets are 15 games under .500 and 24 games behind the Nationals with a schedule that could plummet […]

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The Unwritten Rules When Attending Ball Games

An article by posted on September 14, 2012 0 Comments
The Unwritten Rules When Attending Ball Games

The season is winding down, and it’s time to point out some of the things that I have seen taking place at Citi Field this year. Some of the things have been getting under my skin. They are my pet peeves. You have heard of a do’s and don’ts list – well this is a […]

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The Baltimore Orioles Are Defying Baseball Logic

An article by posted on September 4, 2012 0 Comments
The Baltimore Orioles Are Defying Baseball Logic

It’s September 4th, and the Orioles find themselves one game out of first place in the American League East. That statement, on it’s own, isn’t too ridiculous. It’s when you start looking at the stats that make that statement look ridiculous. The Orioles are not a good baseball team according to the stats. In fact, […]

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PEDs – Major League Baseball’s Incurable Disease

An article by posted on August 24, 2012 0 Comments
PEDs – Major League Baseball’s Incurable Disease

With two player’s testing positive for Performance Enhancing Drugs in the past two weeks, it is as clear as ever that PEDs are still an issue with Major League Baseball. Nobody should be surprised about the two latest positive test results. I listened to an interview of a player not too long ago (the player’s […]

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