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Tuesday, July 17th, 2018



In 2005 I wrote that every baseball record needs an asterisk. The Church of Baseball also has a great take on this asterisk business. They take a look at all the records that deserve asterisks and offer up reasons for each. A sample: “Replacement pitchers, stress of apocalyptic warfare.” It’s good stuff.

The next 300 win pitcher? Tremendous Upside Potential details why Mark Buehrle is a viable candidate.

The Mets Heads visited Chicago and had a pretty nice weekend here. They were hangin’ near Murphy’s. I hope they had a Brat. Or a Pork Chop Sammich from Bernie’s. Toasted Ravioli from Yakkzie’s? I know they enjoyed Ryan Dempster…

The Commission has video of the hardest hit this side of Steve Atwater vs. Christian Okoye (My all-time favorite).

And finally, Between the Lines goes between the lines on Mike Imrem’s latest Cubs column. And makes him look rather silly. To put it nicely.

  • dhaab

    In reference to the “Between the Lines” column, who the hell cares what Mike Imrem writes? And if you read the article by the blogger, you would almost assume the Cubs are 20 games over .500 instead of the measly 3 over they are now. Sheesh, talk about making a mountain out of a mole hill. Oh, and BTW, they are the Cubs afterall. They haven’t won anything for 98 years. It’s not as if Mr. Imrem doesn’t have history on his side.

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