With all the ugly stories recently making headlines and appearing all over our social media feeds, I was recently reminded that sports is not all bad and can give us special moments that last a lifetime. Even if you weren’t the one impacted the most. Last week at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park in State … More An inspiring moment in disappointing times
Danny and Arthur discuss some of the more well known unwritten rules, especially those that have been in talks for a good portion of the early season. They discuss the Yankees idea for Judge’s Chambers in right field of Yankee Stadium. They cap the podcast off with talks of potential trades and how exciting the … More Off The Bat Ep. 05 — Unwritten Rules
Now retiring his number for the New York Yankees, No. 2, Derek Jeter, No. 2. Danny and Arthur discuss Jeter’s impact on the game in his 20 year career and how we individually remember his playing days as Yankees’ fans. They talk some of the hottest topics in baseball.
This week, Danny and Arthur discuss the notion of statues outside MLB Stadiums after the Mariners and Dodgers unveiled bronze lifelike models of Ken Griffey Jr. and Jackie Robinson. They also dive into the notion of Jose Fernandez getting the same honors by the Marlins later this season. Steroids are again the subject of discussion … More Off The Bat Ep. 03: Good enough for Bronze
Baseball and beer seemingly go hand in hand with one another. Danny and Arthur discuss what teams and players they would most want to enjoy throwing back some brews with. They discuss Derek Jeter as a potential owner of the Miami Marlins, whether or not they care about President Trump not throwing out the first … More Off The Bat Ep. 02
Danny and Arthur return for a new TTS podcast based solely on baseball. In the first episode, the two preview the biggest playoff chases, headlines and milestones to look for in the 2017 season. … More Off The Bat Ep. 1
I am not thrilled about the over-sensitive PC nature the world is leaning toward so don’t think this is some left wing, liberal tirade against the man. But here is the thing, Curt Schilling just can’t seem to help himself when it comes to his social media presence. Back in August of 2015, Curt tweeted then … More How Is Curt Schilling Still Employed?
69 years ago today, Jackie Robinson put on a Brooklyn Dodgers uniform and in front of more than 25,000 spectators, played first base, and broke baseball’s color barrier. 69 years later, every player in the major leagues can be seen wearing the No. 42 to represent the respect Robinson gets from the game. His No. … More Baseball Wins on Jackie Robinson Day
The weather still playing a factor in multiple ways — even causing delays one wouldn’t see in June. No names quickly becoming household names and lead stories on SportSCenter. Felix Hernadez throwing the first pitch, Bryce Harper homering, and Clayton Kershaw throwing a gem. Yep, it must be baseball season. All three of the aforementioned … More Trying To Capture Baseball’s Crazy Opening Week
Every fan of baseball knows that there are two sets of rules in the game: the ones written in the rule book, and the ones that are understood and passed down but never written. The second ones are simply known as the unwritten rules of baseball and they are more grey than they are black … More Why Some Unwritten Rules Of Baseball Need To Go