Category Archives: Fantasy Baseball

Serendipitous Collaboration

The image embedded lower in this post came to me courtesy of Matt Trussell, who lives beside a bog somewhere in Maine. I don’t know much more about him other than that he is quite pleasant in communication, likes baseball, … Continue reading

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The Best Baseball Sites You’ll Find (and Why the Hell I Play Fantasy Baseball)

I’m not a sports fanatic, but I do follow baseball. Well, to be precise, I follow analysis of baseball; and, specifically, the ever-evolving field of sabermetrics in its search to discover the best means of evaluating player performance offensively and … Continue reading

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The Near Future (Upcoming Posts)

A quick note to mention some things I intend to write about soon, in no particular order. Better than Bond: Genealogical Musings on Hardboiled or Rugged Individualists in Fiction from The Continental Op to Jack Reacher. A Few Notes About … Continue reading

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