The Very Future of Baseball is Not Considered

Much of what I’ve seen since has been the expected excoriation of the A’s and I completely understand that thinking. Some have even done the math showing paying them the $400.00 bucks a week they were receiving would only cost the organization roughly 1 million dollars.

The Compassionate Contradiction of Sports Fans

Rarely has anyone with any credibility called for a situation where the players would be asked to be unsafe. We’ve gotten to the point where simply saying you might like to see sports is being panned as insensitive or even dangerous.

Friday Focus – Is the Cap Itself a Casualty?

Three of America’s four major sports leagues have a salary cap in place, MLB of course being the outlier. If you’ve read my work for a while now you are no doubt aware how I feel about that, but just in case, I think a salary cap is needed to even the playing field in MLB and not just for the Pirates.

Should Pittsburgh be Excited if MLB Lands on 80 Game Season

Friends, I’m not going to relitigate all the plans, ideas, nagging thoughts, proposals and wet dreams of every person involved with MLB and the players union to restart playing the game. First, most of them are crap, worse, unrealistic crap. Second, none of them have threatened happening.