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Wednesday notes

1) The Box Score geeks were kind enough to invite me to jump on to their podcast this week. The main topic conversation was the coverage of women’s sports, though we also spent some time talking about all the hubbub surrounding DeAndre Jordan’s free agency. 626 more words

Ken Griffey Jr. Baseball 2015 (SNES)

A sneak preview of my next project.  It’s a 2015 edition of Ken Griffey Jr. Baseball for the SNES:


Hitting Home Runs, Just Like Dad

A couple weeks ago, Prince Fielder belted his 300th career home run. As a result, he and his father, Cecil, became the second father-son duo in major league history to hit 300 or more home runs apiece. 923 more words

Ball With Seams

On This Day In Baseball History: June 2, 2010

Ken Griffey, 22-years after making his major league debut as a 19-year old rookie, announces that he has decided to retire. Injuries seem to have cost Griffey a shot at… 102 more words

On This Day In Baseball History

Is Griffmonds as Scary as Mays?

I just can’t get enough of this Hall of Fame stuff. Last week I was reading old posts at Baseball Think Factory just to pass the time. 678 more words


#TBT at twjfuncards.tumblr.com

This morning I posted 15 “fun cards” in the style of 1938 Goudey baseball cards that I drew 25 years ago at twjfuncards.tumblr.com. I have posted these here before, but the image links expired long ago, so I decided to re-upload them to tumblr for posterity. 68 more words


On This Day In Baseball History: April 3, 1989

Seattle Mariners 19-year old rookie Ken Griffey, Jr doubles off of Oakland’s Dave Stewart in his first major league at bat. He’ll go on to hit 630 homers, drive in 1,836 rbi, be awarded 10 gold gloves and one MVP, and be elected to 13 All-Star teams.

On This Day In Baseball History