Sunny Jacksonville...the prettiest city with a terrible NFL team and the site of the college football game formerly known as the Gator Bowl. It's now the TaxSlayer Bowl, which sounds more like a breakfast cereal container decorated with the IRS's... Continue Reading →
Few people have ever played the game of baseball so passionately, enthusiastically, and genuinely as the late, great Jose Fernandez. I've never seen anyone else so immensely talented, yet down-to-earth and childlike as Jose. From the stories of his tumultuous... Continue Reading →
Cooperstown, NY is a necessary pilgrimage in the life of a baseball fan, or so I am led to believe, so I was naturally buzzing about my recent opportunity to see the Baseball Hall of Fame on returning from a... Continue Reading →
Hidden underneath a heap of fake fur, pounds of plastic, and presumably a whole waterfall of sweat stands a person above the law—a character only a miser would despise and everyone else must adore, or at least accept, as the... Continue Reading →
This month marks the fifth anniversary of this blog and the start of the greatest writing project I've taken on in my life. I was a freshman in high school when my dad suggested that I start a baseball blog,... Continue Reading →
Teams from MLB's central divisions made major splashes in the off-season, but will have to vie with other traditional powers in baseball in order to show their true colors in 2016. Also, explore the Nine Nations of America and see where your city fits.