Matt and I created an email for comments, tips, corrections and rants. Since we’re squeezing every bit of creative energy into our posts, we didn’t waste any of it on the email address: we can be reached at email@example.com.
One of the motivations for setting up a gmail account was the usage of a GoogleReader. For those of you not familiar, it’s basically a souped up, sortable RSS feed. For those of you who don’t know what an RSS feed is, it’s basically a sole webpage that receives updates from any websites or blogs that you’ve flagged. In other words, it’s one stop shopping for baseball news.
Perhaps the sole disadvantage of the Google Reader is that links can pile up rather quickly. Moreover, since I’m subscribed to several links for each team I’ll be covering, there’s plenty of overlap. As a result, from time to time, Matt or I will plow through the GoogleReader and link some stories and posts of interest that we may have previously missed.
That being said: on to the links…
I’d kill for Rob Neyer’s GoogleReader. Here are his Monday links.
Remember those vultures? They’re baaaack.
Somehow, I think Gary Matthews Jr. belongs on this list. Then again, Wells, Guillen and Soriano are mighty large albatrosses in their own rights.
When not spitting vituperation, Murray Chass is a pretty good baseball columnist.
Taking an Oh-Fer in a 20-inning game will do a number on the stat line — especially when it’s only April.
I think I’m going to need to read The Eastern Stars by Mark Kurlansky.
That’ll be enough to waste away your morning in a government office, now won’t it?
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