MIKE MUSSINA NEWS

Interview With A Baltimore Orioles Fan, Not A Vampire

  In the Second Phase of The Age of The Internet, we have become hyper-connected through social media. Sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram allow us to force images of our homemade, artisanal pizza on our friends. We can passive-aggressively brag to our online community about what a gorgeous sunset it is we are experiencing right now. In short, it can be overwhelming at...
Via Baseball Essential
June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Buy Former Yankee Mike Mussina’s Florida Estate — $850,000

Former Yankee pitcher Mike Mussina is selling his lakeside Florida estate for a solid $850,000. So, if your a rich Yankee fan snow bird who might be moving to Florida, this is the perfect house for you! The features inside aren’t exactly dazzling. It’s basically just a normal house. No theaters, or bowling alleys, or basement bars or anything like that. Pretty boring if you...
Via Busted Coverage
April 18, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Yankees:- Top 5 Starting Pitching Seasons Of The Last Decade

CC Sabathia #52 of the New York Yankees delivers a pitch in the first inning against the Seattle Mariners on April 29, 2014 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City. (Mandatory Credit:- Elsa/Getty Images) Thanks to their prodigious power and propensity for offensive prowess, the New York Yankees have earned themselves the moniker of “The Bronx Bombers.” In the...
Via The Sports Journal
January 18, 2015  |  Discuss

2015 Hall of Fame Ballot – Marshall’s Picks

Another year, another class enshrined in Cooperstown. Usually, my first instinct is to bemoan those excluded and ***** for the trillionth time about how crooked the voting process is. While I still think that process needs to be dramatically overhauled (I say replace the baseball writers with former players, managers, coaches, executives, etc.), I have to admit this year’s class...
Via Brush Back Pitch
January 12, 2015  |  Discuss

The Wind Up: Hall of Fame Fallout

It’s that time of year again. With the annual MLB Hall of Fame voting only mere days behind us, you know darn well what this week’s piece is going to focus on. In fact, this special edition of the Wind Up is dedicated to discussing the 2015 MLB Hall of Fame vote. Let’s begin, shall we? First, the good news: pitchers Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, and John Smoltz along with...
Via The Sports Post
January 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Looking ahead to the 2016 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot

Four players were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday, representing the largest class going into Cooperstown since 1955. Over the past two years, seven players have received the necessary 75 percent of the vote from the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA), making up for the embarrassment of no players being elected in 2013. Looking good gentlemen, looking...
Via Bloguin Best
January 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Looking ahead to the 2016 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot

Four players were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday, representing the largest class going into Cooperstown since 1955. Over the past two years, seven players have received the necessary 75 percent of the vote from the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA), making up for the embarrassment of no players being elected in 2013. Looking good gentlemen, looking...
Via The Outside Corner
January 07, 2015  |  Discuss

On the 2015 Baseball Hall Of Fame Election

The Stephen Drew re-signing seems to be hanging over all our heads like a loose brick (Why, Brian? Why?) Until the Yankees actually confirm it, I'm not going to believe it. I'm going to focus, instead, on yesterday's Hall Of Fame announcement.Congratulations to the inductees: Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and my birthday brother, Craig Biggio.  Eight former Yankees...
Via Lady At The Bat
January 07, 2015  |  Discuss

My Hall of Fame Ballot and the Problems with the Voting Process

The Hall of Fame debate to me these days is less about who is deserving and more about why they should or shouldn’t be disqualified. For several years now, each new candidate comes with their own set of speculations as opposed to qualifications. Every candidate that played in the steroid era will always have suspicion or doubt cast upon them, warranted or not This is one of the...
Via Mets Merized Online
December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

The Struggles of Selecting Hall of Famers

Year after year, the hall of fame election draws all sorts of debate and discussion.  The rules are terrible.  Someone sells their ballot to Deadspin.  Players who everyone thinks should be in are left out.  PEDs are discussed again.  It’s really a terrible time when it should be a great one. The Internet Baseball Writers Association of America holds a concurrent election...
Via World Series Dreaming
December 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Generous and forgiving IT IS HIGH readers would send the Big Unit and Pedro - two of the greatest Yankee killers of our era - to Cooperstown

"The voters have spoken... the bastards." - Legendary political plumber Dick Tuck - Randy Johnson, John Smoltz and Pedro Martinez are the top picks for Cooperstown, according to this blog's wise, all-knowing and truly forgiving readership. I lobbied for Mike Mussina, and always will push every button within reach for Donnie Baseball. But I cannot fault these selections. Bravo...
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
December 04, 2014  |  Discuss

"Who's your Papi?" turns 10

Jorge CamargoContributing WriterPhoto by Jed Jacobsohn.October 18th, 2004. After a dramatic Game 4, the Red Sox and Yankees met again. It was also a win or go home situation for the Red Sox. The piching matchup was as great as the rivarly is, Pedro Martinez vs. Mike Mussina. In the first inning, David Ortiz drove in a run and the captain Jason Varitek walked with the bases loaded...
Via RedSoxLife
October 18, 2014  |  Discuss

The Orioles Don’t Care About Our Expectations

In 2012, the Orioles — fresh off a losing streak dating back to the Cal Ripken / Mike Mussina / Davey Johnson squad of 1997 — shocked all of baseball by winning 93 games and the American League wild card game. Backed by what seemed like completely unsustainable one-run luck and with the knowledge that […]
Via Fangraphs
July 15, 2014  |  Discuss

This Date In Royals History–June 27, 1992

1992: Kevin Appier outdueled Mike Mussina, while Brian McRae had two hits, scored one run, and drove in another as the Royals squeaked by the Orioles, 2-0, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore.Appier pitched 8 1/3 innings, allowing just four hits and two walks while picking up two strikeouts. He reduced his season ERA to 2.35. Baltimore had a leadoff man on base in six different...
Via Pine Tar Press
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Did Brian McCann just have his Giambi moment as a Yankee?

May 17, 2002, was a Friday night when Mustang, Moose and I cruised bar-to-bar across Syracuse, monitoring the Yankees on overhead TVs. They played the Twins, THE power of the AL Central, with Torii Hunter in CF and an emerging DH named David Ortiz. The Twinkies cuffed around Mike Mussina and devoured our bullpen - Mariano pitched two - and the game was tied after nine. In the 14th...
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Five Incredibly Awesome Things the 2014 Red Sox Can Still Do

Okay, so this season isn’t quite living up to some people’s expectations. In fact, in many ways, we’ve fallen through a hole in the time/space continuum (which is easily accessed behind The Pour House on Boylston) and landed in the season we thought we’d be getting last year. But with three World Series titles in the last decade under our belts, I just can’t hate on the...
Via Surviving Grady
June 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Max Scherzer is good

Elias:Max Scherzer is the first AL pitcher since Mike Mussina in 2003 with at least 60 K's and an ERA below 2.00 through his first 7 starts. — Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) May 6, 2014
Via Detroit4lyfe
May 06, 2014  |  Discuss

This Date In Royals History: April 5, 2001

2001: Paul O’Neill’s first-inning home run was the only run Mike Mussina needed, as the Yankees downed the Royals 1-0 at Yankee Stadium in New York. O’Neill homered off Royal starter Dan Reichert with two outs in the first. Reichert was solid except for that one mistake, as he pitched six innings and allowed only four hits and three walks while striking out three. Reliever...
Via Pine Tar Press
April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

This Date In Royals History: April 4, 1994

1994: The Royals committed three errors and could only muster five hits as they dropped a 6-3 Opening Day decision to Baltimore at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Starter Kevin Appier allowed a home run to the second batter he faced, Mike Deveraux. Appier was not sharp, as he allowed seven hits and two walks in five innings while picking up four strikeouts. But he left the game with...
Via Pine Tar Press
April 04, 2014  |  Discuss

If Mike Mussina had been an Atlanta Brave, he'd be going into the Hall of Fame

Wait a minute. I know what you're thinking:I'm gonna piss and moan about Yankee-hating Gammonites in the Pooperstown vote. Well, you are wrong. How dare you. Nothing, NOTHING, could be further from the truth. This isn't about Mike Mussina being blackballed because he was a Yankee. Nope. He lost because of the F Troop-sorry state of the Orioles during the 1990s. If not for the wretchedness...
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
January 10, 2014  |  Discuss

1987 Mike Mussina Scouting Report – ‘Father…won’t accept less than $250,000!!’

Are you happy that Tom Glavine was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame’s class of 2014? Great, but are you pissed that…
Via Busted Coverage
January 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Countdown to Cooperstown: Class of 2014

We're just hours away from the Hall of Fame Class of 2014 being announced.  And while the smart bet is on three or four players being inducted, it's not as clear cut as that. Since it appears that the BBWAA will be sticking to its guns and not voting in players who have been linked to steroids (or, in the case of some, played alongside those who are), this summer's group will...
Via Hall of Very Good
January 08, 2014  |  Discuss

One New York Post writer - out of nine - voted Don Mattingly for the Hall

If there ever was a definition of Reverse Homerism, well, here you go.Nine NY Post writers voted this year for the Hall of Fame. Here are the vote totals from that august group:Glavine: 9Maddux: 9Piazza: 8Thomas: 8Bonds: 7Biggio: 6Clemens: 6Bagwell: 4Morris: 4Raines: 4Schilling: 4Mussina: 3E. Martinez: 2Kent: 1Mattingly: 1McGwire: 1Palmeiro: 1Sosa: 1Walker: 1I understand them honoring...
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
January 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Hall of Fame voting can mean poor journalism ethics

The results of this year’s Hall of Fame voting by the Baseball Writers Association of America will be revealed on Wednesday. Some will get in and rightfully so. Others will fall short of election, it may not be because they’re undeserving, but rather because of the thought process of some of the voters. ESPN’s Pedro Gomez tweeted Monday, “Anyone with a problem with HOF voting...
Via isportsweb.com
January 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Player Profile #188: Chris Tillman | SP | BAL

A prospect in Baltimore’s system since 2006, I wasn’t sure if Chris Tillman would ever break out and solidify himself as a reliable MLB starter. Last year, he did just that. By pitching over 200 innings of sub-4.00 ERA ball and winning 16 games, Tillman gave the Orioles something they really haven’t had since Mike Mussina left after the 2000 season — a workhorse front-of...
Via Baseball Professor
January 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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