I got a sports-related link from an unexpected source: A wordpress blogger calling himself The Rational Psychic has reviewed Ball Four. Believe it or not, I’ve never read it, so I enjoyed his take on the classic book.
Blogging savant MC Bias has done his first interview. Choosing a tall, attractive, funny blogger as a subject was a wise choice.
Signal 2 Noise thinks coaches in suits are classy. Who am I to argue?
The Feed has a comprehensive list of the many different sides of Ichiro. My favorite is Cabbage Patchiro.
Photoshop artists – Shorty needs a banner, y’dig?
Go over to Ladies… and meet the one player all ladies love. If you’re male, try not to have ego shrinkage.
This Genarlow Wilson thing is just getting absurd. If we applied this standard equally, I’m betting a whole raft of politicians would be in the big house, too.
Mike White just took out #1 seed Orson Swindle in the Hot Blogger bracket. And he celebrated with this huevonazo (Spanish for “nut shot”!) that is all the more amusing if you watch the umpire who comes over to check on the batter.
Mr. Thursday’s TC examines the science behind the “five second rule” for dropped food.
Ted Bauer looks at the COO of the NBA – a guy I’ve never heard of – and pronounces him one of the 100 most influential people in sports. A good read.
Man, that’s a lot of Abreus. Who knew?
Sooze’s mom astutely points out that Bud Selig is blackmailing Jason Giambi. Wait ’til Sooze tells her that baseball is exempt from antitrust law, too.
Finally, the College World Series kicks off in Omaha tomorrow, so head over to the College Baseball Blog and familiarize yourself with the participants.