Archive for the ‘Baseball’ Category

It’s no Minor Thing; Disappearing Leagues

     Well as this 21st year of the 21st century comes to an end it appears to me that the game of baseball and its fans have come to a less that advantageous position because of the almighty dollar.      Just look as another work stoppage in the sport of baseball is upon us 27 […]

Un-striked Out – The Other Side of Sports Too

Clearwater, Fla.–Believe it or not fans on August 11, 1994 when the rest of the major league players were set to go on strike on August 12th one player took the trip to the minors.     Yes fans one Domingo Cedeno of the Toronto Blue Jays ask to be sent to their Triple-A affiliate the […]

Malave Passing Leaves Sadness

Omar Malave’s passing has surely left sadness in the heart of many former players. “He was a very nice person and was good to the players he managed,” said Eddie Michels when hear of Malave’s passing. Eddie spent years and years covering the minor leagues in Florida getting to know the managers very well. Eddie […]

Dunedin Falcons Home-stand

Clearwater, Fla.–Pictured on the visitors side of Jack Russell Memorial Stadium in Clearwater are three players and a coach with connections not only to the stadium but to nearby Dunedin, Florida.     The three players,Tyler Vogel on the left, Dominic Baratta second from the right and Lake Fisher on the right are all from Dunedin […]

Upcoming: The Other Side of Sports Too

Well fans it has been a while but here is a list of future articles, story ideas that just might interest your train of thought for a time or two. First will be, can a man injure himself one way but actually do it another way and make the story sound perfect? Second is, can […]

Braves’ Soroka Works in Bradenton

On Friday, Calgary, Alberta native Mike Soroka went 2 2/3 innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday in Bradenton.  The 22 year old allowed three hits along with three runs while walking two, striking out two and allowing a home run.

The Precarious State of MLB

With Major League Baseball finally set to resume for the 2020 season, let’s take a look at how we got here. A few weeks ago, in late June, the MLB Players Association (MLBPA) informed the league that players would comply with Commissioner Rob Manfred’s imposed outline for a 60-game season. Players have already reported earlier […]

Summer Training Eh?

Summer training? Where, Dunedin? Toronto? What a mess…

No Baseball, Eddie’s Still Working

Eddie’s off the Field MLB News

Tragic News for D-Backs Marte On Monday Starling Marte announced the tragic news on Instagram: “Today I go through the great pain of making public the unfortunate death of my wife Noelia, due to a heart attack.” The MLB D-Jays? Due the Canadian COVID-19 lockdown the Toronto Blue Jays may play 2020 home games in […]