Actually, I did not know that.
I only went there one time, when my cousin Donnie took me to see an Orioles/Yankees game in April of 1979. I knew about Wild Bill Hagy and Leonard "Big Wheel" Burrier (the Colts super fan), and that it was known as "The Asylum on 33rd Street." I also knew about the row of white houses that were situated directly in back of the stadium behind center-field, which some opposing hitters claimed gave Jim Palmer an extra advantage because his overhand delivery of the white baseball often blended in with those white houses ...... but I didn't know about the acoustics of the stadium making it louder.
Thanks for the info.
How is it wrong ?
wait and see who they’d add off the scrap heap or draft! They won’t even sniff Pitts is they get the #13. They will trade back for additional picks as they should and fix the line.
They aren’t going to throw anymore than marginally more ....period!
You saying it’s wrong and being wrong are two very different things my friend.
Lamar wants to run! Roman wants to run! After those things happen the passing game gets the leftovers. Plus ...Lamar sucks at passing outside the numbers down the field. That’s why opponents are giving them 10 inside the hash looks.
I won't lie, the Braves signing Travis Snider the other day stung a little here.
Tejada still has him by 2407-2388. I half feel that if Diaz has to wait 6 weeks - I'd rather it be for Markakis than DJ Stewart.
Edwin Encarnacion is the only one ahead of him in Service Time among the unsigned FA in Fangraphs tracker.
I don’t see how you can have total trust in a guy, a guy who has barely been here relatively speaking and then question his methods and evaluation of talent. It doesn’t make much sense.
It’s not like Elias has some history as a GM to give him the benefit of the doubt. His only history that is really positive is working with the Astros, where he was a scout and talent evaluator and worked the draft.