Holliday’s ninth-inning error today at Dodger Stadium paved the way for a stunning two-run rally that gave the Dodgers a 3-2 victory over St. Louis and a commanding two-games-to-none lead in the best-of-five National League division series. With two out, the bases empty and the Cardinals clinging to a one-run lead, closer Ryan Franklin got […]
The Dodgers have an eight-game winning streak and have the second best record in the NL. What a great way to start the season!
This past weekend I’ve been helping Aaron set up a new blog called “East . . . a windup chronicle of Baseball, Culture, Art, and Politics from the Pacific Rim.” He posted today about Yu Darvish, a new 20-year-old hotshot Japanese pitcher who has an Iranian father and a Japanese mother. He’s the ace for […]
In the tradition of the Internet mash-up, it’s only fitting that in response to the A’s departure to Fremont, two kids mixed two great Oakland traditions: ghost ridin’ the whip, and the A’s.
I spent a good portion of last night listening to Game 7 of the NLCS on the radio last night. For those of you that missed it, the highlight of the game was Mets centerfielder Endy ChÃ¡vez’ amazing grab in the sixth inning, saving the Mets from what should have been a two-run homer. Josh […]
Best part of the game: within two minutes of the final out, the folks in the right field bleachers (where my brother and I were sitting) started chanting: Yankees suck! Yankees suck! I can’t wait for the ALCS.
Best thing about Parallels Workstation? My Gameday Audio (which I paid good money for) finally works on my Mac — well, Engadget’s Mac, to be precise. For the life of me I can’t get it to play natively on my MacBook.