Tigers Talk Tools of the Trade

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[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from our own Mike Chamernik, and it’s really good. Enjoy. ”” PL]

By Mike Chamernik

I played baseball in high school, and during one practice I was walking maybe 20 feet behind first base as the team was taking infield. . . . → Read More: Tigers Talk Tools of the Trade

Meanwhile, at the Home Run Derby...

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As you know, cubs are ferocious, rabid beasts that snarl like the demon hellspawn they are. They stalk the landscape in zombie-like packs, striking fear into the hearts of all who are unlucky enough to cross their path and laying waste to those foolish enough to oppose . . . → Read More: Meanwhile, at the Home Run Derby…

Four-Finger Discount (and three-finger, too)

Last Saturday, on Independence Day, I wrote, “If you’re playing with pyrotechnics today, try not to blow off more than one or two body parts (save the rest for next year).”

This seemed like good, common-sense advice, but little did I know that two NFL players would be reading Uni Watch that day: Giants . . . → Read More: Four-Finger Discount (and three-finger, too)

An Assortment of MLB Goodies

How cold was it last night in Philadelphia? So cold that Phillies outfielder Jeff Francoeur wore a batting glove on his throwing hand (and apparently laughed about it). Not sure I’ve ever seen that before.

This raises lots of interesting questions: Is it legal? Should it be legal? What if a shortstop did it? . . . → Read More: An Assortment of MLB Goodies