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Point Contact: Procedure Technique Paperblog Pick in Baseball

Point of Contact: Procedure v Technique

If you are an avid baseball fan you can probably tell who the players are in the photos below if you look carefully. Check and see.Photo #1Photo #2Photo #3Even if you had no idea... Read more

Weekend Yankees-Red with Score Whisperer: Saturday Afternoon Paperblog Pick in Baseball

A Weekend of the Yankees-Red Sox with the Score Whisperer: Saturday Afternoon

This weekend, the Score Whisperer and I got together to banter about the Yankees-Red Sox. Like usual, our conversation…meandered. It meandered from Joe Buck to facial hair to... Read more


  • Two Strike Adjustments (Part 2)

    Strike Adjustments (Part

    Yesterday's post dealt with the physical adjustments a batter should make when he is in a two strike situation. Today, I list the mental adjustments all... Read more

    The 15 April 2011 by   Meachrm
  • Good v Great

    Good Great

    Although there are a lot of Yankee haters out there, most baseball fans would concede that Derek Jeter has been a great player. His longevity and career stats... Read more

    The 13 April 2011 by   Meachrm
  • Change Your Sights for a Better Breaking Pitch

    Change Your Sights Better Breaking Pitch

    When pitchers throw a fast ball or a change-up, they usually focus their eyes on where they want the ball to end up. They get the sign, stare at the catcher's... Read more

    The 18 April 2011 by   Meachrm
  • "Puppet" Or the "Puppeteer?"

    "Puppet" "Puppeteer?"

    One of my posts was included in a recent newsletter by the Clell Wade Coaches Directory. Along with my article was an piece written by a former teammate of min... Read more

    The 26 April 2011 by   Meachrm
  • Take My Fifth Starter. Please.

    Take Fifth Starter. Please.

    Right now, I'd trade Daisuke Matsuzaka for a used ball bag and a few broken bats.And I'd consider it an upgrade.The team with the worst offense in baseball afte... Read more

    The 12 April 2011 by   Theomnipotentq
  • The Red Sox Won a Ballgame!


    The title of this post refers to a line the great Warner Wolf used to say when one of the New York teams, who were probably rotten at the time, surprised us... Read more

    The 16 April 2011 by   Theomnipotentq
  • Live and In Person With Mr. Frommer

    Live Person With Frommer

    Harvey Frommer, the author of "Remembering Fenway Park," will be embarking on a tour to promote his terrific book (which Yours Truly is proud to be a part of). Read more

    The 25 April 2011 by   Theomnipotentq
  • Shortstop: The 1-6-3 Double Play

    Shortstop: 1-6-3 Double Play

    An easy ground ball back to the pitcher with a runner on first base is called "a pitcher's best friend." It should be an easy double play for the defense. ... Read more

    The 03 April 2011 by   Meachrm
  • Compounding Errors

    Compounding Errors

    “Winning is contagious.” Hitting is as well. Unfortunately, so is making errors.Errors are always going to be part of the game. Even the best defenders are goin... Read more

    The 07 April 2011 by   Meachrm
  • Playoff Teams That Started April Slowly

    Playoff Teams That Started April Slowly

    My friend Adam sent me a good email today about good MLB teams that started slowly to begin a season that actually finished strong and made the playoffs in the... Read more

    The 11 April 2011 by   Theomnipotentq


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