Baseball Toaster was unplugged on February 4, 2009.
Doesn't feel like snow, does it? No, it's a beautiful, crisp spring morning in New York and looks like it'll be gorgeous up in the Bronx for the Bombers' home opener. I know the Royals aren't the Red Sox, but anyone excited?
Anyone else psyched that the FAN starts streaming online today? My workday productivity continues to plummet.
On a side note, has anyone seen how great Jose Tabata is doing in Single A Charleston?
I have a question about the kid, what are the Yanks going to do once he's 20 and they've lost 4 years of major league service time and he has 2 years left? They are going to have put him on the 40 man roster. I see teams like the Royals doing that, but how will the Yanks manage this situation. I think he's the real deal, he's only 17 and has crazy talent.
You pop the ball up when you don't hit it squarely, obviously when you get under it. But what is the precise mechanical failing that causes someone to do this consistently?
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