by Ken Napzok “I love playoff baseball!” is a sentence — correction proclamation — we’ve all heard a lot this past week. Since the Wild Card games on October 1st, the baseball world has been treated to some absolutely thrilling postseason play. Throw all those fancy words best saved for a Roger Kahn baseball book at the wall because all of them will stick. This … Continue reading 5 Things the 2019 Division Series Round Taught Us (that we can pretend we always knew)
by Ken Napzok September baseball is here. The air is getting crisp and sharp. Playoff runs are picking up or dying on the vine. The last of the 40-man roster call ups are making their dreams come true. And the long journey of a baseball season is about to reward those that have been on the adventure from the start. It all comes into focus. … Continue reading The Big Hit | Of Homers and No-N0’s…
Mike Trout continues his form with his 14th blast of the year. Trout has 238 doubles, 253 home runs, 195 stolen bases, and 743 walks in his career so far. No other player in MLB history has bested all of those categories through their 27 year old season. No one. Trout is still in his 27 year old season, too. Continue reading Mike Trout Murders Another Baseball
This tweet won’t age well. That’s because Cubs backup catcher, Taylor Davis just pulled out a stunner against the Cardinals. And by ‘stunner’ we mean grand slam. You see moments before this happened the Cardinals had just walked Kyle Schwarber. They clearly didn’t think much of Taylor Davis because now the bases were loaded. Big mistake. This is only Davis’ 17th MLB appearance after playing … Continue reading Cubs Backup Catcher Nails Grand Slam Shocker!