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4/19/2015 Diamondbacks @ GIANTS Recap

The Giants lose three of four to the anemic Diamondbacks, as they made Jeremy Hellickson, another mediocre pitcher, look like Satchel Paige.

5-1 was the final, and when Dan Iassogna missed an obvious strike three call with two outs in the third and the Diamondbacks leading 2-1, Tim Hudson unraveled, like he was the wicked which of the west and someone threw water on him, and he proceeded to give up three runs. 53 more words

Baseball/San Francisco Giants

Collin Cowgill, Matt Duffy providing sneaky fantasy value

This weekend, the Los Angeles Angels travel to Minute Maid Park to face the Houston Astros. The big news from that series could be the return to action of Angels right-hander Garrett Richards. 380 more words

Garrett Richards

Five Moves that Should Be Made: The Art of In Season Management

While this title might be a little misleading because it’s not really any kind of art more than it is just setting yourself in a routine to be diligent about searching for options.  832 more words


4/8/2015 GIANTS @ Diamondbacks Recap

The Giants beat the Diamondbacks 5-2 to take the series.

The Giants squandered an opportunity with the bases loaded in the first inning off Jeremy Hellickson. 184 more words

Baseball/San Francisco Giants

April 8, 2015

This Day in Collecting Iowans History

1903 – Frank Mulroney is born in Mallard, Iowa.  His SABR biography can be read here.

1942 – Leo Ignatius “Pat” Bohen (Oakland, IA) passes away at the age of 51 in Napa, CA.  269 more words

General Articles

April 5, 2015 (Opening Day)

After a long winter in Iowa, it is finally Opening Day!  Although the season starts in Chicago tonight, Collecting Iowans season is well underway.  Already there have been 56 baseball cards issued in 2015 for Michael Wacha, 18 for Tony Watson and 4 for Jeremy Hellickson. 255 more words

General Articles

Who's the ____ Starting Pitcher

All we have left to look at before the baseball season starts is pitching. So of course we should begin with the first guy to take the mound the starting pitcher. 516 more words