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Most Untradeable Fantasy Keepers: No. 1-13

April 6, 2010 Leave a comment

If you haven’t read Part One of the Top-30 Keepers list (No. 14-30), do so before rejoining us. In this edition I am gifting you with the top 13 names in baseball you should be sniffing out for keeper purposes.

Remember there is only one rule to follow… Read more…

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Go to Your Happy Place: 2010 NL West

March 15, 2010 Leave a comment

If you haven’t had the fortune of re-watching Happy Gilmore recently, you really should make it a priority to do so. In fact, if you are a Netflix subscriber, they’ve made it incredibly convenient for you by putting the movie on their Instant Queue. If you have never watched it before? Put this column down and go read this guy instead.

Or, go watch Happy Gilmore. That would also work.

Filling up a column with Gilmore quotes would be the easiest one I could ever write. It would write itself. Happy Gilmore isn’t the greatest sports flick of all time, but it certainly is the most quotable and thus, the most re-watchable. More so than even Bull Durham, The Sandlot and The Big Lebowski. Though the Dude’s the only one who gives Happy a legitimate run for his bull-dancing, flow-feeling money.

“Talk about a hole-in-ONE!”

And thus we’ve discovered our running theme for my 2010 NL West preview. Read more…

Got Mail?

November 11, 2009 4 comments

Christmas Vacation

With the King of Commenting Competition heating up, and the stretch run looming (Thursday is the final day for comments), it only seems appropriate for me to play my small part by answering a few of your questions.

The Got Mail? blog is back… in a big way. Read more…

Bob Sanders Messed With NM Women’s Soccer, Now Needs Tim Lincecum’s Weed

November 7, 2009 7 comments

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Hey, look at that. I just combined the three top stories of Friday into one blog title.  ZOMG. It’s a busy sports weekend, with a full plate of basketball and football to satiate even the most hardened baseball fan.  By the way, let me repeat what I’ve told several people this week.  Read more…