Baseball, in the functional business sense is back today. It’s nice to see all the folks out there including Craig and I who were locked in a holding pattern finally able to talk baseball.
In the past few months so much has changed in our world it has become nearly impossible to keep track. Even the Pirate’s rotation has changed as Chris Archer found himself on the IL and the dominos fall from there.
Good morning friends, what a week in baseball. The draft flew by and our Buccos did quite well according to just about everyone. What a breath of fresh air that is.
The Pittsburgh Pirates experienced just about every variable one could in one draft. New management, new format, new slotting. Let’s talk about what we’ve learned.
That’s half the fun on draft day, imagining the future, trying to picture the puzzle pieces all coming together.
It’s easy in this day and age to allow yourself to get caught up in the minute by minute roller coaster as social media brings news and opinion to your doorstep.
Today I’d like to tell you a story, one that shows as much as things change, many of the trials we face stay the same.
Here we are. Entering June and still no agreement to get back to the business of baseball. The two sides have effectively injured themselves, primarily with self-inflicted wounds as we’ve watched them step in it time and again. Sure, we aren’t playing baseball, but both sides are absolutely playing games. My personal favorite is Chicken.Continue reading “Friday Focus – Not All Games are Postponed in MLB”
From day one of the shutdown, one thing has dominated the conversation, leaks. Each side is doing it and each of them have one main reason for doing so, public opinion and public pressure.
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