I was reminded on Twitter that today marks exactly 21 years since this: It remains one of the weirdest things I’ve ever seen in baseball. And I thought…
Fifty years ago, on the morning of Oct. 3, 1971, the baseball trivia question was asked like so: “Can you name the one player in baseball history who h…
PosCast: Yelling at SepinwallListen now | Joe and Mike get out all their Yankees frustrations as Rolling Stone critic Alan Sepinwall returns to the PosCast after his long suspensio…
This morning, I want to talk for a moment about the treasured newspaper sports columnist. There used to be so many more of us. When I was 21 years old,…
From what I can find in the newspapers, the first shutdown corner in pro football history was a two-time Pro Bowler named Eric Davis … or a Hall of Fam…
When you watch playoff baseball in 2021, you see a parade of pitchers with dazzling stuff. It’s really quite mind-blowing. I don’t think of myself as o…
Let’s be honest, it would have been easy for old-time baseball fans to snicker a little bit — assuming people still “snicker” — when announcer Joe Buck…
Arizona 37, Browns 14 Summary: Disaster. The key moment: It was either the moment the Browns ruled out Nick Chubb, Jack Conklin and Jedrick Wills Jr., …
I would hope it goes without saying that here at Joe Blogs, we love baseball. We love the thrills of the game, the history of the game, the stories of …
I came into Thursday night believing in three universal truths about the game of baseball: Sinker-slider pitchers cannot survive in today’s game. Cody …
Live (on tape) from Cooperstown!Listen now (82 min) | Joe and Mike sit in the hallowed Grandstand Theater at the Baseball Hall of Fame and talk about the obvious subjects — fruit, the…
There are people in sports history who make sense … and those who do not. Duke Slater is one of those people who does not make sense. He feels fictiona…