Are we to sit here with a blank stare on our faces constantly ingesting up to the minute death tolls and case numbers until one day when this is over? Are we allowed to believe it will be over one day?
The Pirates haven’t often been a team to go get rental players in their history and that is not likely to change. That doesn’t mean the Bucs haven’t had some players who spent a short period of time in black and gold who had impact.
This deal had to happen one way or another, plain and simple. If the season starts late, that causes a set of questions. If the season is cancelled, yet another set. Play 80, yup, you guessed it another set still. The two sides did their very best to plan for all scenarios and create theContinue reading “MLB and the Players Union Strike a Deal to Resume the Season – What Does it Mean?”
Everything was there but the game, baseball has punched our ticket out of Winter’s darkness for well over a century as Americans, and many of us have taken it for granted.
These are my top ten burning issues, I’d love to more from you or answers you feel are already there.
One of the most interesting things that could come from shortening the season is either the actual, or perceived elimination of the MLB Trade Deadline.
Hi Buccos Fans, Here are my thoughts today at five. One of Pittsburgh’s most often referenced moment from Pirates lore is Jim Leyland blowing up on Barry Bonds during Spring Training. I wonder how much that one moment has helped the fan base by in large disown Bonds as part of our history, if notContinue reading “Five Pirates Thoughts at Five”
Baseball and sports in general are taken for granted as well. We spend our time parsing every word the players put on social media. We propose trades of players that have been part of our community for the best part of a decade without a second thought.
Craig and I are going to lay out a bunch of scenarios here and we’ll each give our take on them.
MLB and team executives are meeting regularly with the Players Union. If this were a normal season and we were heading closer to regular season play in 2020, I might follow that revelation with discussion of the new CBA and the challenges that lie ahead there.