Posted: August 11, 2019 Filed under: Pop culture | Tags: Baseball, Charles Schulz, Charlie Brown, comics, humor, Peanuts, sports
A little pro tip for outfielders.
Posted: August 9, 2019 Filed under: 20th Century, 21st Century | Tags: Baseball, infographics, Major League Baseball, Mariano Rivera, MLB, New York Yankees, sports
This Tier10 infographic on Mariano Rivera is awesome. Not only are there a lot of details and statistics about the man himself, you will also find instructions on how to make a cardboard baseball glove.
Click on the image to get to a larger version of the graphic.
Posted: August 8, 2019 Filed under: Quote of the day | Tags: Baseball, Gary Sheffield, Major League Baseball, MLB, quotes, sports
My dad’s a bodybuilder. My whole life I’ve been taught to train the hard way. I believe in earning strength, not buying it. My grandfather raised me old school: In baseball, you work for whatever you get.
Posted: August 7, 2019 Filed under: 20th Century, This day in baseball | Tags: Baseball, Columbus Jets, Miami Marlins, MiLB, Minor League Baseball, Orange Bowl, Satchel Paige, sports
The largest crowd ever to attend a minor league game, an audience of about 57,000, showed up on August 7, 1956 to watch 51-year-old Satchel Paige at the Orange Bowl. Paige managed to hit a double and to earn the win, leading the Miami Marlins to victory over the Columbus Jets, 6-2.
Posted: August 6, 2019 Filed under: Pop culture | Tags: Baseball, Major League Baseball, MLB, music, Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco Giants, sports, Tim Lincecum
It’s been a while since I last posted a Baseball Project song, so here’s a fun one about Tim Lincecum and Pablo Sandoval.
Posted: August 5, 2019 Filed under: Pop culture | Tags: Baseball, Bill Watterson, Calvin & Hobbes, comics, Eddie Gaedel, humor, sports
If he’d thought of it, I’m sure Eddie Gaedel would’ve tried this, too.
Posted: August 4, 2019 Filed under: Quote of the day | Tags: Baseball, Major League Baseball, Mitch Williams, MLB, quotes, sports
I pitch like my hair is on fire.