The best book I’ve read about baseball’s steroid era was Jose Canseco’s “Vindicated,” his follow up to the ground-breaking, tell-all tale “Juiced.” After all, who better to write a book about steroids than the man most associated with them? The Continue reading Book Review: Playing Through the Pain: Ken Caminiti and the Steroids Confession That Changed Baseball Forever by Dan Good
“Y’know, one day, Tito Puente will be dead, and you’ll say, “Oh, I’ve been listening to him for years, and I think he’s fabulous.” Bill Murray as John Winger in Stripes Be careful what you wish for, America, because Continue reading The Band Wagon Overfloweth
I’ve been bed-ridden lately with a pretty nasty fever so I apologize for not contributing my usual batch of internet clutter. The good news is that my doctor has ruled out mono, halitosis, gingivitis and chronic tardiness so I got Continue reading A fever-inspired, sports world turned upside-down Chumpservations, Vol. 32
As I mentioned in part one of our all-time hit leaders trivia contest, I had a significantly easier time naming the greatest hitters of the 16 National League teams than I did with the American League.