The bad news: with just 72 homers, the Royals have the worst power numbers in baseball and are 40 jacks behind the American League average per team. The good news: with three homers today, the Royals have 14 in their 13 games, a stretch that’s seen them go 12-2.
The Royals are four games over .500 and just a game and a half back in the Wild Card, their high water mark came in Detroit, in the midst of that ten game win streak when they got to seven games over .500. That’s the good news—the bad is that they took two of three from the best team in baseball, one the road and still lost a game in the division as the Tigers swept Colorado.
Joakim Soria may end up being a good thing for the backend of the Tiger’s bullpen, but his line on Tuesday was frightful. In order: Single, Double, Home Run, Home Run, Groundout, single, single…exasperation.
Yesterday was my youngest daughter’s birthday, I asked her what she thought about turning 12 and the youngest of four children replied: “ I’ve lied so much about my age, that it really doesn’t mean that much”.
Is it a showcase, an exhibition, or is it serious effort to decided home field advantage in the World Series? I'm not sure Major League Baseball can have it both ways. The All Star game is unlike any game that the players of the two teams play or the two managers manage during the season. There is pressure to get everyone on the roster into the game, regardless the…
Here's hoping everyone got through the Fourth of July with life and limb, while, at the same time, remembering the liberty that was forged 238 years ago. The Fourth should be more than just a long weekend and blowing off illegal fireworks, independence is something none of us should ever take for granted.
Why is it that a new bag of chips is never more than half filled when you open it? The same reason that fast food places fill the ice so full to cut down on the drink they have to put in a cup? While I’m at it, have you ever noticed that baggers at the grocery always ask if plastic is OK, instead of paper? I’ve never had a bagger ask me if I would prefer by groceries in paper, obviously it’s much…
Gene Stephenson goes into the College Baseball Hall of Fame Saturday night. One could make the argument that –considering where and how he had to do it—Stephenson is the greatest coach in college baseball history.