Dodgers at A’s

As usual, spent the morning with the minor leaguers. Me and about 10 other fans. It was sweet. The A’s seemed and bit more organized (and seemed to be having a bit more fun as well) than the Indians or Reds. That being said, nothing jumped out at me. The game was another story. I … Continued

Reds vs. Rangers

In Phoenix and on a quest to see as many teams as possible in a short amount of time. With that in mind, I was at Goodyear at 9 AM wandering the Reds (and Indians) minor league fields for 3+ hours. Even had a brief chat with Eric Davis. Then….attended the Rangers @ Reds game. … Continued

Blackout Class Action Suit Settled

  In this article, there is a quotation, “Under the terms of the deal, baseball fans will be able to purchase single-team packages, the league-wide package will be discounted, authenticated Comcast and DirecTV subscribers will get in-market streaming options and more.” Let’s hope for people living in blackout areas, it will mean that they can purchase … Continued

Local Sabremetrics meeting

Rocky Mountain Chapter Meeting WHEN: 11:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 2016. WHERE: Breckenridge Brewery, 2220 Blake Street, Denver, CO 80205 COST: Lunch on your own CONTACT: Paul Parker, PROGRAM DETAILS: Our SABR Day event will be in the banquet room at the Breckenridge Brewery in downtown Denver. Doors open at 11:00 a.m., so … Continued

RMH’s Book on How to Play at Altitude

While we wait for the Rockies to make additional moves and the cold stove is cool, I figure I better show the upper management of the Rockies how to win at altitude.  Here is my brief summary:  All outfielders must have a lot of range and run the most efficient routes running down balls in … Continued

Here Goes Something

This is no time for celebration This is no time for shaking hands This is no time for back slapping This is no time for marching bands This is no time for phony rhetoric This is no time for political speech This is the time for action Because the future’s within reach This is the … Continued