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If you could equate the amount of time and effort put in mentally and physically into succeeding on the baseball field and measured it by the dirt on your uniform, mine would have been black. 8 more words


38 Days Until Pitchers and Catchers: #38 Curt Schilling and Why I Hate Him

Number 38- Curt Schilling

Let me start by being completely up front. I do not like Curt Schilling. Didn’t like him when he was a young prospect with the Orioles. 618 more words


Fact: Marquis Grisson Had More Career Hits than Edgar Martinez

I’ll write more tomorrow – or later by the time I finish this –  about the Hall of Fame selections today when I have time. For now, I just want to share a little fact with everyone who thinks… 237 more words

Facts And History

Thanks for the Memories: Phils Trade Jimmy Rollins to the LA Dodgers

By Chris Murray
For the Chris Murray Report and the Philadelphia Sunday Sun

PHILADELPHIA—We all knew that Jimmy Rollins inevitable departure from the Phillies was coming back in June when he became the club’s all-time hits leader and he suggested that he’d be willing to waive his no-trade clause if the Phillies were truly committed to rebuilding during the press conference. 615 more words

An Era Ends in Philly: Jimmy Rollins Traded to the Dodgers

I knew this day would come. I knew the day would come that the Phillies decided (whether wrongly or not) that it was time to move SS… 499 more words


Five Statistical Facts about Jerry Reuss

I find when writing, talking, and arguing sports I use the word “underrated” very often. For a pitcher like Jerry Reuss it’s an entirely fair word to bring up. 388 more words

Facts And History