Adam Jones and the Orix Buffaloes were in the Japan Series last week. They didn’t win the series, but we’re still proud of them!
I’m not sure what I think of this guy and his videos, but it’s fascinating from a sociological perspective that they exist – and that he has over 2,000 followers on YouTube (and over 40 baseball videos). Let me know what you think!
Baseball teams – past and present – give thanks and give back to the community. Happy Thanksgiving!
The Orioles’ Trey Mancini was named the AL Comeback Player of the Year! All of Baltimore – and beyond – are extremely proud of his accomplishments.
Major League Baseball announced that housing costs will be covered by teams – not the players themselves – starting next season. While there still may be issues with the policy, this is a major step in the right direction!
The Tampa Baseball Museum at Al Lopez House finally opened in September! Here are a few news reports on the event, including remarks by Lou Piniella:
Julio Lugo passed away on Monday, one day before his 46th birthday. Heartbreaking. The condolences and memorials poured in from teams and players who knew him:
“Whether you have a great game or a terrible game, tomorrow’s another day and you’ve got to come out here and compete.” – David Wright
The Orix Buffaloes won the Climax Series and are headed to the Japan Series!
And my favorite player, Adam Jones, made it into the game: