Tag Archives: MLB

Yelling From The Bench: Darren Rovell

Yelling From The Bench: Darren Rovell Needs His Head Checked and FLORIDA NEWS!

John Supowitz  | May 24th, 2020

Why is Darren Rovell no longer friends with football players? Once again we explore everything that is Florida Subscribe to our YouTube channel and stay up to date with our videos Continue reading

Team USA Olympic Baseball Dream Team: Shane Bieber

Team USA Olympic Baseball Dream Team: Pitching

Daniel Corrigan | May 21st, 2020

Welcome back to the last installment of the Team USA Dream Team roster draft. We have covered the infield and outfield and all that remains is the pitching staff. Once again, this is a combination of the best players and those that have some personality.

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Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos Mount Rushmore: Tim Raines

Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos Mount Rushmore

John Lepore | May 13th, 2020

A franchise that has only been around since 1969 has a limited amount of players to choose from. Especially a franchise that hasn’t had much success until recently. Nevertheless, we will choose the four players to have their faces immortalized on the Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos Mount Rushmore.

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Atlanta Braves Mount Rushmore: Hank Aaron

Atlanta Braves Mount Rushmore

Alex Kielar | May 8th, 2020

If there is a Major League Baseball season this year, it will be the 149th for the Boston/Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves. Starting out as the Boston Red Stockings in the early 1870s, they are one of the most historic teams in history and are actually the only one of the current 30 teams to field a team every season professional baseball has been in existence. With a team that has been around for so long, it is difficult to limit this to just four players. Nevertheless, here are the players who should be on a hypothetical Atlanta Braves Mount Rushmore. Continue reading

Milwaukee Brewers Mount Rushmore: Robin Yount and Paul Molitor

Milwaukee Brewers Mount Rushmore

John Lepore | May 6th, 2020

The Milwaukee Brewers have a shorter history in Major League Baseball than many teams. They started as the Seattle Pilots in 1969 and moved to Milwaukee after the sale of the team to Bud Selig. They made their only World Series appearance in 1982 so you’d expect a couple of those guys to be on this monument. Who fills out the rest of the Milwaukee Brewers Mount Rushmore?

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Former Closer Jim Johnson

The Downfall Of Jim Johnson: What Really Happened?

Adrian Andrew | May 6th, 2020

There have only been three MLB relievers to have multiple 50 save seasons. Can you guess those three? Eric Gagne, Mariano Rivera, and Jim Johnson. Wait, what? Jim Johnson? Okay okay, maybe that wasn’t mind-boggling enough for you. Only two closers have ever recorded back to back 50 save seasons. The two men to accomplish that feat would be none other than Eric Gagne and… Jim Johnson.

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Korean Baseball DFS: Byung Ho Park

Korean Baseball DFS

Brandon Braasch | May 4th, 2020

Covid-19 has forced the DFS sites and community to get creative with there contests. There have not been live sports in over a month and people are losing their minds. DFS sites have even gone as far as having contests for reality TV shows. That makes the KBO contest even less crazy.

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Houston Astros Mount Rushmore: Biggio and Bagwell

Houston Astros Mount Rushmore

Euan Leith | May 1st, 2020

The Houston Astros have been around since 1962, but only have three pennants and one World Series championship to their name. Despite the lack of team accolades, the franchise has had a ton of talent grace the fields of the Astrodome and Minute Maid Park.

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best baseball video games

What Are Some Of The Best Baseball Video Games?

John Supowitz | April 29th, 2020

There have been so many great baseball video games throughout history. I and some of The Scorecrow staff give us just a few. Continue reading

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 21: First At-Bat Salami, Perfecto, and Moving Cities

Alex Kielar | April 21st, 2020

Joey Ricotta joins me to discuss this day in baseball history. On April 21. Philip Humber pitched the 21st perfect game in major league history, Bill Duggleby hit a grand slam in his first at-bat in 1898 (not done again until 2005), a couple of teams moved cities, and one team made their debut.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 19: Pomp and Circumstance, Iron Man, and the Dark Night

Alex Kielar | April 19th, 2020

I am back for another solo episode as I look back on this day in baseball history. I talked about Sparky Lyle becoming the first pitcher to have an entrance song (coming out to Pomp and Circumstance), Cal Ripken, Jr. being placed on the disabled list for the first time in his career, and Matt Harvey setting a modern-day record.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 18: Slammin’ Sammy, Schmitty, and House That Ruth Built

Alex Kielar | April 18th, 2020

I am back with Joey Ricotta for another episode looking back on baseball history! We alk about Sammy Sosa becoming the all-time Cubs home run leader, Mike Schmidt hitting his 500th career home run, Yankee Stadium opening up, and more!

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