Category Archives: News

More Like Blurst Place!

Standings, records, performance and general goodness aside, the Toronto Blue Jays are not in first place, and we all know why. [Ghostrunner on First]

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Thinking Semi-Positively

Everything you know is true. It’s also false. May is surely the longest month of them all. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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The Places Where the Words Go

Hey everyone, you’ve probably noticed a change in the production schedule around these parts, and I wanted to take a moment to fill you in on what’s happening. Going into the season, I’ve been asked to join on with two other sites, regularly as a contributor to the Bullpen Sox Blog over at Mouthpiece Sports, […]

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The Next Samurai

Alex Rodriguez is a man of means, and a man of many options. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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The Week That Was

There are ups, and there are downs. Losing at home to the likes of the Rangers most certainly counts as a down. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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Of Icons and Injections

The last great ballplayer? Yeah, it’s exactly who you think it is. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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Victory Shall Be Theirs!

“Well, if you don’t know, there’s a chance, right? It’s like, if someone was in the hospital and he was seriously ill and the doctor said, ‘I don’t know if he’s got a chance of survival or not,’ then that doesn’t mean the patient’s definitely going to die, now does it? It means he might […]

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One-Upping the Obvious U2 Reference

Corky Miller is the new Charlie O’Brien. Come to think of it, so is everyone else. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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Dude, They’re Getting the Band Back Together

The triumphant return of Scott Podsednik marks the beginning of the end. Again.

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They’d Hit Out If They Only Knew Who To Hit

The Sox must be some acrobats to talk like this and act like that.

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Bright Side of the Home Series Loss

Baby steps towards standing a chance. Baby steps towards standing a chance. Baby steps towards standing a chance.

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Free Trade Agreements Are Not Just an Economic Thing

In which we ask beg Canada to please consider the unthinkable. [Ghostrunner on First]

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Stop Stealing T-Shirts, Chad

How bad is the Wrigleyville crowd? Bad enough that they’re bringing in extra security. . . at a clothing store: Candidate must be: at least six feet tall (***we are looking for a big man***) , be able to handle and turn away drunk Chicago Cubs fans in a strong yet peaceful manner, well spoken […]

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Bombs Away!

What do the Rays and Twins have in common? (Hint: It rhymes with “schmembarrassed in a ridiculous dome.”)

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Ten Notes On Ten Games

1. No matter how many scoreless innings he pitches, dealing away Nick Swisher was still the right thing to do. 2. The Sox win with an average of 6.2 runs and lose with an average of 2.2 runs. This was not unexpected. 3. The fifth inning is the problem; opponents have scored in all but […]

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He Is The Last Great Public Figure On This Team

Jerry O does not want to be called First Batter. It sounds like a saddle horse.

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