I’m spending my summer working for the Palm Springs Power, a collegiate ballclub in the Southern California Collegiate Baseball League, so my blogging will be for them at The Sports Disconnection” over at ClaremontSportsConnection.com. So, if you really actually have any sort of positive feeling toward all these words I scribble down all the time, feel free to check out my writing at those other locales.
We’ve had our highs (see November 2009) and our lows (see Javier Vazquez), and it’s been a blast putting every damned Yankee thought I’ve had onto this thing. Analyzing trades, suggesting deals, ranting about different writers, coming to terms with A.J. Burnett, endorsing Swishalicious, listening to too much John Sterling, mourning the trade of Melky, the chronicles of Conor and my fanship have been cataloged here for about two and a half years
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