Turns out somebody who'll be working at Shea tonight has a healthy respect for the place. Too bad it's Chipper Jones.
Ray Glier has a terrific article in the Times this morning catching up with our old pal Larry Wayne. As you know, Mr. Jones and we have an enduring and somewhat sordid history together. Chipper [...]
Pervis Jackson, the founding Spinner who cemented the deepest of foundations for my favorite group ever, has died at the age of 70. He was diagnosed only days ago with liver and brain cancer. Pervis was performing as recently as July.
If you know the strangely parenthesed No. 24 Song of All-Time, “They Just Can’t Stop It The (Games [...]
It had to happen sooner or later. With Nick Johnson and Chad Cordero disabled and Luis Ayala traded, there is no longer a single Montreal Expo on the active roster of the former Montreal Expos, a.k.a. the Washington Nationals. Fewer than four seasons removed from their Canadian abandonment, the Nats have moved on. The New [...]