Behind Enemy (and Concession) Lines – Ed Smith Stadium- Sarasota

It was a beautiful day for baseball and me and the Mrs. took full advantage. Since the Yankees were off, we decided to venture out to Ed Smith Stadium here in Sarasota, FL to see the Baltimore Orioles take on the Tampa Bay Rays. Since we were going to hide among two of the mostContinue reading “Behind Enemy (and Concession) Lines – Ed Smith Stadium- Sarasota”

This week in MLB History April 13th to 17th

I am sure a lot has happened during this week throughout the years in MLB history but frankly nothing matters to me beyond Wednesday April 15th. Jackie Robinson day. Below as always I will list the events for this week. Last week had very little and thus I did not write a friday article. ThisContinue reading “This week in MLB History April 13th to 17th”

CTE in baseball: The Ryan Freel tragedy

CTE seems to be something we know very little about. We have seen it mostly in the NFL. It happens due to head injuries and too many conclusions. Years of abuse to the brain. The list of stars who have suffered or might in the future is overwhelming. I love Hockey, slightly below Baseball butContinue reading “CTE in baseball: The Ryan Freel tragedy”

This Week in MLB history April 6th to 10th.

Last week we talked about the 1998 HR mark at 70 set by Mark McGuire and to be honest it was rather boring and slow. Not much happened last week and unfortunately this week might be the same. On top of tragic events that hurt baseball as well as the people who lived it. HereContinue reading “This Week in MLB history April 6th to 10th.”

Class and Prestige: How the Wave ruined my life!

The New York Yankees have stood for and on a reputation of being class and with an elite prestige factor. That is earned by being the best to ever do it. 27 championships says we are the best! Do I agree with everything the Yankees stand for, of course not. I hate the corporate bullshitContinue reading “Class and Prestige: How the Wave ruined my life!”