Throwing it around

It’s the end of the month, and it’s crunch time. We’re up to our neck in baseball stories, there is so much out there we can’t nearly cover it all with a staff of ‘3’. That’s why we incorporated this segment to our blog (other than to kiss ass with other bloggers and hope to increase our traffic). So without further ado, let’s get on with it. Here come the baseball links of the day.

  • If you only heard the score, last night’s Cardinals-Mets game sounded like a classic pitching duel between Reyes and Glavine. The game only went a few innings though. (Faith and Fear in Flushing)
  • More mascot races then you probably needed to see. (Home Run Derby)
  • Some more on the rain delay at Shea last night, from the Deadspin editor himself. We can relate. (Deadspin)
  • The Lead’ does some Yardwork, recapping some of last night’s baseball action. (The Big Lead)
  • The Seattle Mariners are playing some good baseball. Dice-K Matsuzaka was good last night but could not get the win. (Fenway Blogger)
  • Classic MN Twins: 91′ vs. 65′ game 5. Who came out on top? (Coffeyville Whirlwind)
  • A Yankee fan blogger wonders what to do? Buy or sell? I have a gut feeling that they’ll buy. (New York Yankees etc.)
  • Are some big cities harder to succeed in? (The Hardball Times)
  • Talking about those impressive Mariners. (U.S.S. Mariner)
  • Finally, something that will shut Woody Paige the fuck up. (Awful Anouncing)