Jessica Mendoza replaced Curt Schilling as the third person in the booth for ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball telecasts and people lost their minds. I can’t believe the misogynistic vitriol over that decision. Sure, the cynical among us might think it was done solely because she was a woman and ESPN anted to expand their audience. […]
Since I posted the first of these last Thursday, which is known on social media as a time of reflection, I thought to make it a regular thing under this rubric. As a reminder, I highly recommend Pocket as a way to hold onto links you come that you want to keep. Unlike bookmarks, Pocket […]
Madcap Memoirs of the Early LA Dodgers, by Flo Thomasian Snyder (Desert Publications). This comes via TheCalifornian.com. Upshot: The collection of photos alone is worth the price of admission for this behind-the-scenes look at the L.A. Dodger organization. Fans who bleed Dodger blue will love this book, and even those who follow the San Francisco […]
Glad to see I’m not the only one who doesn’t review every title as soon as it comes out. This one from the estimable Baseball Toaster.