My Top 8 Thoughts On the Kansas City Royals and Porn

Listen, I’ve had some weird dreams and everything but I’ve never consciously or subconsciously connected the Kansas City Royals and pornography.

Yet here we are, and I have Royals GM Dayton Moore to thank. 739 more words


Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres, Hall of Fame, Batting Title Winner

Tony Gwynn is the only player in the list of Top 20 Career Batting Average Leaders to be born after 1959. The next youngest player in that list is Ted Williams, who was born in 1918 and retired in 1960 – the year that Gwynn was born. 475 more words

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Retired Numbers at Fenway, 2016 - Sully Baseball Daily Photo at Noon for February 5, 2018

When I visited Fenway Park in 2016, I saw the Red Sox FINALLY had fixed some of the retired number injustices.

Johnny Pesky, the lone non Hall of Famer on the list had joined Ted Williams, Joe Cronin, Bobby Doerr and Carl Yastrzemski and Carlton Fisk. 115 more words

Wade Boggs, Hall of Fame

Here is a list of the Wade Boggs cards that I currently have in inventory. Send an email message to BigBubbo@yahoo.com about any cards you wish to purchase or talk trade. 67 more words

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Fun Cards: "Baseball Immortals" Wade Boggs

It was pretty clear early in Wade Boggs‘ career that he would eventually be a Hall of Famer. He batted .357 or better five times in his career, collected 3010 hits and finished with a .328 average. 35 more words


6 Players To Sign with a Rival

by Rob Joyce

James Harrison is no cheerleader. That was the message from the 39-year-old after the Steelers released him and subsequently signed with the other AFC favorite, the Patriots. 501 more words


The Wrong Way Rays

This week the Tampa Bay Rays traded long time face of the franchise, Evan Longoria to the San Francisco Giants.  Longoria has had a very nice (although often below the national radar) career with the Rays.  633 more words