Lots of stuff in today’s Joe Peppy Tone Baseball Roundup — Clayton Kershaw’s dark magic (with a Houdini story!), a Jackie Robinson college story and a sort-of scouting report of Colorado prospect Riley Pint.
The strangest thing happened to us the other day. Well, in retrospect, it wasn’t strange at all, and you undoubtedly won’t find it strange. But it shocked the heck out of us. We all went shopping for bookshelves.
Today’s Joe’s Peppy Tone Baseball Roundup covers a budding Dodgers-Cubs rivalry, the Pitcher Win Scoreboard, and there’s a story in there about Lou Brock.
Today’s Joe’s Peppy Tone Baseball Roundup features Mike Trout, the Baseball Hall of Awesomeness and lots of talk (with fun videos) about Statcast™ barrels. Sure, that headline could have said “Trout in a barrel,” but that would have been ridiculous.
Here’s a little story that I hope makes you happy, about Matt Christopher and “The Kid Who Only Hit Homers.”
I don’t know if I mentioned it, but I’m writing a book about Houdni. The working title is “The Amazing and the Impossible.” I don’t know if that will be the title. That’s why the word “working” is in front of it. I’m working on it. Every now and again, I figure, I’ll write a…
Joe’s Peppy Tone baseball roundup today covers Mark Reynolds, the Cincinnati Reds hot start and the amazing concept of Kelly Leaks.
So, you probably have noticed — I’m now putting my baseball bloggy stuff over at my Medium site. This is how my new employer would like it, and I’m good with that. You might say: “That’s not how I wanted it!” But that would make you Fredo, and you don’t want to be Fredo. I’m still…
This Masters makes the 25th anniversary of Fred Couples’ 1992 victory — the one where his ball absurdly stayed up on the bank at the 12th hole — and that’s really weird because I’m pretty sure it happened, like, three years ago. I should know. I was there.