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July 12, 2012
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Buy Kamagra No Prescription, Since an internet snafu prevented an Express post from going up this morning, I'll make up for it by posting this. It was originally posted at Philly Sports Central yesterday. It's all about Domonic Brown, but I think the lessons apply to all young players that didn't get off to great starts. Now that it seems like the sun is setting on this era of Phillies baseball, Kamagra australia, it’s...

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Minor League Home Run Leaders

July 12, 2011
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Glavine and Maddux sock some dingers

Last week, I took a look at organizational leaderboards in home runs. With the home run derby taking place tonight, I thought I'd look at some of the minors' leading home run hitters. Many leagues, if not all of them, have home run derbies at their All-Star Games, but of course choosing players for that can be inconsistent, and some teams don't like their players participating in them. This won't account for park factors...

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Searching For Strasburg

June 6, 2011
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I went to the grocery store Saturday night to buy some ice cream. Since I don’t like to walk in the door and immediately head for the freezers (maybe I feel the need to burn a few more calories before ingesting another thousand, or maybe I’m just trying not to give random observers the behavior they would expect from a fat man), I decided to wander around. Books…magazines…clearance…baseball cards…let’s stop here for a minute....

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Thoughts on instinct and the Buster Posey collision

June 5, 2011
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I know this is Major League business, but I wanted to get a few thoughts out there that I don't think anyone has brought up yet. By now, I think everyone has seen the horrific crash of Marlins outfielder Scott Cousins and Giants catcher Buster Posey. Of course, Posey was seriously injured in the collision and is out for the season. Last week, Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench said Posey was out of...

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Missing out on the Macho Man

May 27, 2011
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Nearly a year to the day before he died, Brian, Eric, and I discussed the idea that I should interview Randy Poffo about his brief minor league career. Poffo, better known as “Macho Man” Randy Savage, played ever so briefly for the Gulf Coast League Cardinals, the Gulf Coast League Red Birds, the Orangeburg Cardinals, and the Tampa Tarpons. As other people have mentioned, he didn’t play long and after an injury, he changed...

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Flashback: When I tried out for the Braves

May 12, 2011
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I was looking through my old archives on one of my many old sites and noticed something interesting. Three years ago today I started writing about the time I tried out for the Atlanta Braves. If you are ever interested how a tryout works or the struggle of a former junk-balling Little League left hander to fulfill his big league dreams, I'd suggest checking out the links below: Going After My Big League Dreams:...

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Reviewing a Future Star: Pat Dodson

March 16, 2011
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As we prepare for a new baseball season here at Bus Leagues Baseball, I want to break ground on a new feature. We usually don't look into the past too often around here and, come to think of it, we usually don't look into the future that much either. I guess that makes us unique. I like to think we are perhaps the most "carpe diem", living in the present, zen-like minor league blog...

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Falling In Love With Baseball

March 23, 2010
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About a week ago, my wife and son and I visited my parents. We used to make the trip over to their house on the New Hampshire Seacoast two or three times a month and stay for the weekend, but since the boy was born, both the regularity and duration has been halved. Just too tough to load up an infant/toddler and all the required accessories and make sure he’s behaving with his cousins...

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V. Castilla: It Couldn’t Be…Could It?

February 3, 2010
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My friend Chris wrote this last night. Fun fact: it is the second post we've ever done in the month of February, and the first since 2008. Enjoy. Earlier tonight I found myself channel surfing looking for something more than reruns of The Office and American Idol, but I wanted something more than that…. So I turned my sights to the MLB Network and I found a Caribbean World Series game between Mexico and...

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The Big Unit Wins Number 300

June 4, 2009
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As soon as I went online to check Andrew McCutchen's line from his major league debut this afternoon, I remembered that today was the day Randy Johnson attempted to cement his place as one of the greatest pitchers of all-time by joining the 300 Win Club (I write that sentence for those of you who hate wins as a statistic). Johnson left after six innings in which he allowed just one unearned run on...

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MiLB Records Tracker

Billy Hamilton, Bakersfield Blaze
Current: 131 stolen bases in 109 games (1.20 per game)
Pace: 159 stolen bases in 133 games

Jurickson Profar, Frisco RoughRiders
50 game on-base streak (not on-going)

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