CNBC reported before yesterday’s Mets-Royals game that at an average asking price of $1437.19, the price of tickets to see a World Series game in New York reached a record high. 3 Observations That Arise From This Story So that’s… Read More ›
Congratulations On Being Baseball’s Executive Of The Year… Now See You Later!
Sporting News reports that Toronto Blue Jays (former) General Manager Alex Anthopoulos has won its award of “Baseball Executive of the Year.” Anthopolous, whose contract was set to expire this weekend, resigned today, reportedly because a new contract offer would… Read More ›
Mets to Meet Royals In World Series
The Kansas City Royals will take on the New York Mets in the 2015 World Series. 3 Facts That Arise From This Story The last time the Royals won the World Series in 1985, Back To The Future was in theaters. So… Read More ›
Asteroid Misses Earth By 15 Million Miles So You Can Read This Blog
CNN reports on Saturday an asteroid missed the earth by 15 million miles. For those of you who want to be able to comprehend that number, CNN pointed out that Venus is 25 million miles away, and the moon is… Read More ›
3 New Products We’d Like To See If Miller and Budweiser’s Parent Companies Merged
As reported yesterday, Anheuser-Busch-Inbev, maker of Bud and Stella, is trying to take over SABMiller, maker of Miller Lite. Here are three new products we’d like to see from a combined company. Bud Light Lite. For people who want fewer… Read More ›
Enjoy Your Apple Watch Courtesy Of Major League Baseball, Ed Yost. Now Don’t Use It To Access Data.
MarketWatch reports that Major League Baseball gave the Kansas City Royals Manager, Ed Yost an Apple Watch for managing the AL team in the All-Star Game. And then MLB staff phoned him during last night’s Royals game to make sure… Read More ›
Thanks For Beating The Yankees. You May Now Return To The Minor Leagues.
The Toronto Blue Jays demoted pitcher Drew Hutchison to AAA Buffalo on Monday, a day after he beat the Yankees, raising his record to 12-2. At the time, twelve wins was good enough to be tied for sixth in the… Read More ›
Every home team won in baseball last night. Just like a kids soccer game.
Yahoo reports that for the first time in Major League Baseball history, all 15 home teams won last night. 3 Questions That Arise From This Story But did every level in the stadium win the local-advertiser Jumbotron race? Because, if… Read More ›
Snow. Boston. July. What?
Wired reports there is snow in Boston that has not melted, in part because it was mixed with other junk when it was removed from roads which makes it less likely to melt even in July. 3 Theories We Have… Read More ›
Finnish Company Buys Louisville Slugger
Bloomberg reports that American baseball bat maker, Louisville Slugger has been purchased by a Finnish company. So here are: 3 New Names We Propose For The Product 1. Recycled-Finnish-Smoke-Sauna-Wood Slugger 2. Helsinki Wooden Bat That Will Hit The Ball Farther… Read More ›