Good morning, campers!
Here are recent links that will keep you from sending in those TPS reports on time:
- Phillies infielder Wilson Valdez had never pitched an inning as a professional and yet on Wednesday night (actually, Thursday morning) pitched a scoreless 19th inning to earn a victory. How did he do it? Garik16 of Beyond the Boxscore explains.
- According to SB Nation’s Rob Neyer, the six-man rotation being utilized on the South Side is neither radical nor lasting.
- David Einhorn, the new minority owner of the Mets, has quite a fascinating background. ESPN’s Adam Rubin shows that Einhorn purchased a 33 percent stake of the club on very favorable terms.
- For how much longer must we endure tiered bullpen assignments, asks Brien from IIATMS.
- Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports has had enough of the PED comments connected to Jose Bautista’s power numbers.
- Asdrubal Cabrera’s double play flip impresses TedQuarters’ Ted Berg.
- Steven Booth of The Hardball Times asks, “Willie Davis: Disappointment or Misunderstood?”
- ‘Duk of Yahoo’s Big League Stew calls Rodney McCray’s infamous outfield wall crash in 1991 “the ultimate blooper.”
Have a walk-off week!