Reading Between The Lines

Sabermetrics are a part of the equation, but not the only part‍ As of the 2017 inductions, the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, has 220 former Major League players. I have yet to meet a person who can claim that guys like  Ruth, Gehrig, Robinson, Mays or Williams weren’t […]

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Negativity is Hard To Silence

Even after masterful performance, some remain convinced ‍ “He’s had more poor seasons over his career than successful ones. His gimmick is up, guys can hit slow stuff.” “Let’s not get too carried away.. it’s the sox and it’s 1 game.” “It’s The White Sox” “He basically pitched to AAA […]

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Compassion… Try It!

There were many days, in my younger years, where my worry about my fathers health reached such levels that I would retire to the school’s bathroom because I felt sick to my stomach. It affected my marks, my friendships, and my relationship with my then girlfriend. Recently, I’ve had some […]

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It’s Finally Time To Get Over Edwin

Let me begin by saying I love Edwin Encarnacion. For 6 of his 8 seasons in Toronto, he provided Blue Jays fans with so many memorable moments. His game winning homer, against Baltimore in the Wild Card game in 2016, will go down as one of the most impactful plays […]

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