The good folks at RJ’s Fro have put together an event that promises to be like no other. Really, when you think about it, are any two events identical? Anyway, here are the vitals: Sunday, April 3, 10:30 a.m – 4 p.m. Randy Jones All American Sports Grill 7510 Hazard Center Dr. Suite 215 San [...]
Corey Brock brings word that right-hander Mat Latos’ workload won’t be as closely monitored in 2011 as it was last year. Latos is understandably excited about this, saying “It’s a weight lifted off my shoulders.” I am a little less excited, but this is a knee-jerk reaction.
I’ve done a Q & A about blogging, new media, and what not with online friend Rolin, whom I’ve known on the interwebs for many years. I recognize that this stuff may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but he asked great questions and I think it makes for a cool read, although I’m biased.
I’ve told you about the awesomeness that is Everth Cabrera. Now it’s time for the rest of the story. The Padres held their Preview/Media Opening Night on Tuesday. Director of Media Relations Warren Miller was kind enough to invite several bloggers, myself included, to the event. I arrived at Petco Park around 5 p.m., got [...]
Congrats to Dex, jbox, and the gang as Gaslamp Ball celebrates five years of blogging the Padres. Way to go, guys. You know what was happening when Ducksnorts celebrated its fifth anniversary? Adam Eaton was getting beat like a drum at Coors Field; Phil Nevin started at third base and Bubba Trammell knocked a meaningless [...]
Thing is, writing the 2009 Annual took a lot out of me. So does writing software documentation 40 hours a week. Life is good; I’ve got no complaints or regrets. That said, you deserve to know why I’m scaling back production this year. Here’s the plan for 2009: Monday: Ducksnorts Tuesday: Baseball Daily Digest Thursday [...]
Notes to self: Always add Sriracha to spaghetti sauce, stop leering at Yvonne Strahovski, listen to more Fishbone… Why not us? Comparing Royals’ moves to Rays’ decisions (Kansas City Star). Reader Didi sends this article by Joe Posnanski. There’s plenty of good stuff in here, but looking beyond the article, what gets me is the [...]
The topic du jour seems to be Jake Peavy, so let’s get busy… Paul DePodesta weighs in on the situation [h/t LynchMob]: “If you have something you value at one million dollars, it would be foolish to refuse to consider selling it for twenty million dollars. On the flip side, it would also be foolish [...]