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Hall Vote Comments

Simply put concerning the not so important Hall vote, today was not Prince Spaghetti day as Wednesdays were/are in Boston advertising past but evoking a “Meat Loaf” song refrain, “two out of three ain’t bad.” 153 more words

Sons of Baseball-archy: Craig Biggio's youngest etching out his own path

Being the son of a Hall of Famer isn’t easy. It’s even more difficult when you are trying to etch out your own identity as your own unique ballplayer. 603 more words

Basbeall

Former Winnipeg Goldeye, Amos Ramon, though born in "hot Texas", now calls Winnipeg home; by Chuck Duboff

© Chuck Duboff

As a lifelong baseball fan, there are certain things I watch for in ballplayers.  Are they passionate about the game, do they enjoy playing baseball, are they a team player, do they hustle, are they a hot dog, do they care about the fans, do they respect the game of baseball? 1,198 more words

Sports

The new 'Killer Bs.' And I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords

If you are a baseball fan and were born before, say, 1990, the nickname “Killer Bs” should create a distinct image in your mind.

Craig Biggio, Jeff Bagwell and a revolving door of players made up Houston Astros’ trio of “Killer Bs” from the late-90s and early 2000s. 673 more words

MLB

Q&A with Patrick Leonard

Recently, Hit Bull Win Blog sat down with Durham’s 23-year-old infielder/outfielder to discuss his on-field play, traveling, history and playing for Craig Biggio.

How has the early part of the season gone for you? 1,178 more words

Durham Bulls

New Arriva: Craig Biggio, if, Houston Astros

It is beyond stupid that a dude with his career numbers–and especially his defensive flexibility–was not a first ballot HOF player. It really illustrates how broken the HOF voting system is, and the faster that they do away with it, the better. 120 more words

Getting to Know: Patrick Leonard

Patrick Leonard is one of seven Rays position players who’s in first ever MLB camp, and he’s the only one who was coached in high school by a Hall of Fame player.   238 more words