Once upon a time, the Neanderthal was used as a derogatory term to describe people who exhibited “caveman”-like qualities…you know, violent behavior, primitive social interaction, poor judgment, that whole thing. That seems to be an insult to what evolutionary and fossil evidence suggested were a fairly intelligent and resourceful subspecies Continue reading The Unwritten Rules Should be Rewritten, or Something Like That
There were Final Four games today, but I just couldn’t tear myself away from an otherwise meaningless Chicago Cubs spring training broadcast on WGN. There’s something to be said for a relaxing game of baseball, especially one in which your favorite team wins. While there were a few errors in Continue reading Hail, Szczur! We who are about to cheer salute you!
It’s Sunday, the day after Valentine’s Day, or as some would call it: Post by O Hell Nawl Blog. Ha! With less than a week to go before Chicago Cubs pitchers and catchers report (some of the boys are already in camp, by the way), let’s look at some quick Continue reading Sunday Clickbait
So while the Cubs were upstaging the main event, there was a very exciting Game Seven going on in Kansas City. Anno thought the Royals would win. I said the Giants would win, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it went the distance. We got to see a couple of Continue reading Ahem…About that World Series
Tonight, the World Series begins! A series that we have already seen back in August when the Kansas City Royals hosted and swept the San Francisco Giants. I doubt that things will be quite as easy this time around, as the stakes are raised, but what do I know? The Continue reading Anno’s World Series Prediction: Royals Will Get Their Crown
As we move into June, and past the amateur draft next week, trade winds are going to start blowing just a bit harder than they have been over the first two months of the season. With so few teams being “out of it” with the addition of the second wild Continue reading The Shark List: Ranking the Potential Landing Spots
There have been a few trades lately that have shaken the baseball world to the core. I’m not going to bother to link to certain blogs that complained of such, but I have been informed of various statements wherein Cubs fans wondered why the Cubs couldn’t pull off similar trades, Continue reading The Benefits of a Deep Farm System