The following is a guest post from Adam Moss, who you know as Roadgeek Adam in the comments. He’s previously written guest posts on Tim McClelland, Frankie Crosetti, the No. 26, Casey Stengel, Leo Durocher, Miller Huggins, Jerry Kenney, the Copacabana incident, Mark Koenig, and Earle Combs. It must have been a dream came true on October 8, 1927 for a 5-foot-10, 170 lb. right-handed...
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June 13, 2016
The catching situation in Tampa Bay leaves a lot to be desired, and the Rays are on the prowl for some help behind the plate. When the legendary baseball manager Casey Stengel was putting together the roster for the expansion New York Mets, his first choice from the expansion pool of players was a non […] The Rays Would Give Their Kingdom for a Catcher. - Rays Colored Glasses ...
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April 26, 2016
Ten MLB managers have won at least three World Series titles in their careers. How many can you name?
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As you probably have guessed by now, I think baseball cards are great. Also appealing to me is the work of Warren Zvon, who makes cards that never were. Well, Warren has outdone himself this time. Check this out: Here’s what he had to say: Since I use the cut-out method I end up with a bonus. A stand alone color cut-out of Casey that I can use with any background image I...
1965 TOPPS PUSH-PULL CASEY STENGEL Topps produced a wide variety of non-sport sets throughout the ’50s and ’60s. If you had an itch for cars, planes, space, flags, Elvis, The Beatles, Batman, or Hopalong Cassidy, the company was there to scratch it. On occasion, a baseball star or two would slip into these sets. Babe Ruth found his way into both the 1963 Valentine Foldees issue...
Can’t anybody here play this game? Mark Helfrich channels Casey Stengel as the Oregon defense gets rolled for 560 yards and 41 points in a win over Cal. The loosey-goosey defensive effort worked in Levi’s Stadium, but the going will be tougher against Stanford and Utah (Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports photo). Oregon used a big-play offense and special teams dominance to beat...
Example: Casey Stengel Managerial Record - Baseball-Reference.com. Added a couple of columns showing the manager postseason W-L records.
“Tell me what position a man plays, and I can describe his hobbies, his personal life and the current state of his sock drawer.” – Casey Stengel OK, Casey Stengel never
Back in the days of Casey Stengel and Earl Weaver, the platoon was commonly used. It was very successful as far as offensive production was concerned, using two players who received a good amount of playing time at the same position. There are many different types of platoons, they include: right-handed hitter versus left-handed hitter, fastball hitter versus off speed pitch hitter...
I want to thank Nick Diunte of The Examiner for reminding me of this piece that was first posted by Barry in 2007. Today is the anniversary of Rod Kanehl’s passing. He was one of the first homegrown, fan favorites, the Mets had. Enjoy. * * * * * * * * With all the posts I’ve done on the early days of the Mets, I never once mentioned the name of Rod Kanehl, who in his way symbolized...
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