I don’t go around advertising this, but I’m a psychic. Like, I’m pretty sure there is an important person in your life whose name starts with either an M or D or G. Or sounds like one of those letters. See how spot on that was?
So I used those gifts to figure out what this year’s postseason managers are thinking about while on the bench. The truth may surprise you.
Kolten Wong’s right field drive may have tied up the series last night, but he was only getting back at Busch Stadium’s right field fence that may, oddly enough, be a Giants fan.
And finally, since it’s October, the Rays discuss the zombie apocalypse. An important subject for everyone to consider now.
Some other stuff:
Bill Hanstock advocates for playing baseball on horses. He makes some good points.
You know why Hunter Pence throws so weird? No, it’s not because he uses dark magick, it’s because he gets no rotation in his mid-spine.
Alert! Alert! Dan Johnson is working on a knuckleball!
Now we can simply sit back and wait for Game 3 of the ALCS and hope that the rain holds off. Because if it doesn’t, I guess we’ll just have to watch football or something.