MMO Exclusive: Catching Up With Cliff Floyd

Where Are They Now? Cliff Floyd Baseball players tend to disappear after retirement. Without the spotlight of national media, or admiration of thousands of fans, they fade back into mainstream society. They leave only memories, and their absence from the game makes it easy to forget that these guys we watched on TV are still real people. My mission is to make fans remember these...
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March 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Cliff Floyd wants to talk about Dustin Pedroia’s hands and “wristesses” (VIDEO)

Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports MLB Network gave us a live look Tuesday into the Cubs-Red Sox game during Dustin Pedroia’s final at bat when Cliff Floyd took the English language to another level.  Floyd, who gets paid real money to talk baseball, brought up Pedroia’s past injuries.  The Red Sox second baseman has battled thumb and wrist injuries over the past couple years. But to...
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July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Cliff Floyd drills Billy Ripken on MLB Network set (VIDEO)

via Vine On Monday, Cliff Floyd and Billy Ripken were demonstrating the difference between a hitter doing a toe-tap or picking up and putting hit foot down in the box.  MLB Network letting their has-beens ex-players demonstrate the nuances of the game is one of the better attributes of the “MLB Tonight” production. Ripken was feeding Floyd soft toss that Floyd was ripping down the...
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July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Ed Coleman Is Out At WOR Radio, Cliff Floyd May Have A Role

According to the Bob Raisman of the Daily News, here is how the Mets Radio Shakeup is evolving:Ed Coleman will be back covering the Mets, but won’t be hosting the pre and post game shows, or doing play-by-play, on WOR-AM.He will be serving strictly as WFAN’s Mets beat reporter.WOR suits did not look for continuity in their first broadcast season. A radio source said they wanted to...
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January 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Intangibles and Cliff Floyd

My uncle, who drank liquor, smoked cigars and loved his trips to Atlantic City, never struck me as a particularly religious fellow. But he used to have a sign in his store which read: In God we trust, all others much pay cash. The stathead version of that credo is: In God we trust, all others must supply data. Which gets to the heart of the intangibles problem – how do we properly...
January 23, 2012  |  Discuss

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