A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Colorado Rockies First Baseman C.J. Cron

A couple of years ago, one of my acquaintances wanted to know which free agent would make the biggest impact in the Major Leagues. I let them know that I was adamant that C.J. Cron would make the biggest impact. Fast forward to today, and I was pretty correct in my potent beliefs. The manContinue reading “A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Colorado Rockies First Baseman C.J. Cron”

Colorado Rockies Versus Oakland Athletics: My First In-Person Baseball Game Since 2019

SURPRISE CHICK, I messaged my sister on Facebook Messenger. What was the surprise, you may ask? Excellent question! It was a pair of impromptu tickets to a baseball game between the Colorado Rockies and the Oakland Athletics. In Section 304 on the rooftop, to be exact! I can’t begin to describe how excited I was!Continue reading “Colorado Rockies Versus Oakland Athletics: My First In-Person Baseball Game Since 2019”

A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Seattle Mariners Third Baseman Kyle Seager

Trivia Time! Who was a student-athlete at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was a 2014 All-Star Game player, won a Gold Glove in 2014, was named as the ninth best prospect in 2011, and led the American League with six sacrifice flies in the pandemic-shortened 2020 Major League Baseball Season? The correctContinue reading “A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Seattle Mariners Third Baseman Kyle Seager”

30 Walk-Up Songs For 30 Major League Baseball Teams

Tomorrow, April 1, 2021, will be the first day of baseball season. I’ll celebrate with painted nails and apparel, of course! However, I decided to celebrate with a list of walk-up songs! I did something similar last year on Instagram, and I decided to do it this year on the blog! Here are thirty walk-upContinue reading “30 Walk-Up Songs For 30 Major League Baseball Teams”

Making A Case For A José Fernandez Award

I am still haunted by the September morning I woke up and checked my Twitter feed to learn that Miami Marlins pitcher José Fernandez lost his life in a boating accident. I could instantly feel this wave of grief cripple me. He had his whole life ahead of him. He was going to become aContinue reading “Making A Case For A José Fernandez Award”

A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Miami Marlins Outfielder Corey Dickerson

Let’s do some basic arithmetic. A Major League Baseball player from Mississippi + a loving husband and father + a super kind member of society + a Major League Baseball All-Star Designated Hitter + a Gold Glove Award winner + a nominee for a Platinum Glove = Corey Dickerson. I have had a highly positiveContinue reading “A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Miami Marlins Outfielder Corey Dickerson”

A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Pittsburgh Pirates Second Baseman/Outfielder Adam Frazier

I remember getting to see the Pittsburgh Pirates for the very first time ever on September 1, 2019, five years after having become a fan of the team. The game started off with Adam Frazier hitting a lead-off home run, which is when the first batter of the half-inning hits a home run off theContinue reading “A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Pittsburgh Pirates Second Baseman/Outfielder Adam Frazier”

A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Washington Nationals Manager Davey Martinez

“Boom!” That has to be the most iconic way to start a press conference, especially if you are Davey Martinez and have just led your team from zero to hero in one baseball season flat. Davey is an iconic king and we need to protect him at all costs. Davey is a Libra, having beenContinue reading “A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Washington Nationals Manager Davey Martinez”

A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Minnesota Twins Outfielder Max Kepler

Er ist so schön! Sein Kichern und seine Stimme lassen mich in Ohnmacht fallen! Seine Grübchen und sein Lählen sind auch so attraktiv! Translation: He is so beautiful! His giggle and voice make me swoon! His dimples and smile are also so attractive! Okay, it’s evident I’m talking about a boy. But which boy? HisContinue reading “A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Minnesota Twins Outfielder Max Kepler”

A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of San Diego Padres Shortstop Fernando Tatis, Jr.

Luscious, long hair. A piercing, prize-winning smile. Handsome, chocolate brown eyes. What do these have in common? They describe the young, elite, star San Diego Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr., known as El Niño, or as I like to call him, and as I will refer to him, Bebo. There is no doubt he’s oneContinue reading “A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of San Diego Padres Shortstop Fernando Tatis, Jr.”