What did it take to finally get me to write something for the site again? I wish I could say that it was because I am done with college and will be back to writing all time time. Alas, the reality is that I finished up the final semester for my Associate’s Degree early and […]
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Where Are the Managers of Color?
For over three years now I have had a certain topic sitting in my note of things to write about. For a while, I avoided the topic because while I thought it was worthwhile, I wasn’t sure if I was the one to write it. Then I kept putting the topic off because I wasn’t […]
Baseball Beyond MLB: Julio Franco
Sometimes we don’t appreciate what we have even when it’s right in front of us. Despite Julio Franco having a long Major League Baseball career and the majority of that career taking place during my formative baseball watching years I never realized how great of a player he actually was. It wasn’t until recently that […]
Three Batter Minimum: Why the Rockies?
Branding in professional baseball is hard. Not always, but a lot of the time there aren’t any slam dunk ways to market your baseball team and you settle on what you think will work the best. Then there are the times when what you think will work the best is you as an affiliated minor […]
Independence Gives Way to a Partnership
During a recent episode of the Indy Ball Report podcast, the hosts had on the Commissioner of the Frontier League, Bill Lee. Lee has always been a respected figure in the baseball world. One of the reasons for that has been his willingness to be transparent and to not hide behind the political maneuvering that […]