The latest kerfuffle in baseball involves the suggestion that MLB could allow corporate sponsorships of teams, and those sponsors would be allowed to place logos on uniforms. While the idea most certainly has some appeal for the Emperor of the Dark Force, Bud Selig, it sounds like a horrible idea to most rationale people. Would [...]
Best Fans in Baseball: AL Central and AL East Brackets Word. It’s a “Double Hump Day” poll. You know what that means? Yeah. Double the hump day fun. Vote to see who joins the Braves, Cardinals, Cubs, Giants, and Rangers in the finals.
When a deadline approaches for members of the United Cardinal Bloggers, we take it seriously. Once the deadline passes, and we have failed to meet said deadline, then we all get serious about taking deadlines seriously. Eventually we reach a point where someone basically has to force one of us to take one for the [...]
This might be my favorite United Cardinal Bloggers project ever, because I wrote this back in December of 2010. Copy/paste and voila: American League East – Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox finished last season 7 games behind the Rays with a record of 89-73. Fortunately, they just added Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford to [...]
As part of another United Cardinal Bloggers project, below are our (largely uninformed) predictions for the American League standings in 2009. AL East Just an absolutely brutal division, could easily have three playoff teams if not for that silly “one from each division” rule. New York Yankees – they bought up every player under the [...]
Cage match time at PH8. Ok, not really, but a note from RVB ( Cardinals Diaspora ) on Twitter got me thinking: just how similar are Jon Garland (who I think is somehow destined to wind up a Cardinal) and likely former Card Braden Looper? I figured they would have some similarities, both are durable, [...]