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By Landon Evanson
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September 15, 2014 at 8:14 pm ET
Am I the only one who finds it beautiful…

That Robinson Cano could play in October while Derek Jeter may be, in a twist of irony, relegated to parting gift recipient?

Cano Jeter...

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By Duke Jackson
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September 10, 2014 at 7:10 am ET
America’s New (Old) Favorite Pastime

NFL-Union-Leader-Says-Players-Don’t-Trust-Roger-GoodellAsk any die-hard baseball fan: the hyperbolic amounts of praise heaped on the NFL gets old. Joan Rivers-old. Especially given the myriad of problems exposed in the last few years: risks to player health, suicide, racism, sexism, steroids, poor labor relations and of course, over-saturation. Make no mistake: the events taking place this week are the crescendo of this sport’s inevitable (and unfortunate) ruin. The disaster involving Ray Rice is the rotten icing on the stale cake of Roger Goodell’s Hoover-esque run as commissioner. Yet, as critics of the NFL are quick to say, “I told you so,” baseball fans should take heed: we’ve been here before....

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By Landon Evanson
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September 9, 2014 at 9:54 pm ET
The new national pastime stinks

Tom BradyThe National Football League may be bigger than it’s ever been, but let’s break down the brilliance of the new NFL:

Quarterbacks who overthrow receivers when they’re wide open deep or down the sidelines. Running games where a big burst is three yards. Those rare instances when receivers aren’t overthrown, they drop balls that hit them right between the numbers, or worse, in the hands. Defenses that miss tackles. Return men whose athleticism and explosiveness somehow hypnotize coaches enough to continue trotting them out there when they run up and muff punts and consistently bring kickoffs out the end zone when they’re nine yards deep which equate to turnovers or horrendous field position. Oh, and I’m 0-1 in the B&C fantasy football league.

I ...

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By Bugs & Cranks
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September 8, 2014 at 11:15 am ET
Sorry for the Hacker Headaches
Russian hackers are giving us the business.

Russian hackers are giving us the business.

Maybe you’ve noticed that Bugs&Cranks has fallen victim to hackers lately. When you click anywhere but the front page, you get some kind of Russian site advertising Canadian pharmaceuticals. While we’re all for international commerce here at B&C, we’re doing our best to solve this problem. Thanks for visiting and sticking with us....

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By Patrick Smith
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September 8, 2014 at 4:04 am ET
A Fans’ Tribute to Paul Blair

paul-blair-sticker-with-web-site1Last off-season, three people in the Orioles family died: longtime PR director Monica Pence; beloved centerfielder Paul Blair and investor/bad novelist Tom Clancy. Who got memorial sleeve patch? Clancy.

The team has held several memorials to Pence, who was very close to many O’s players. But some O’s fans took matters into their own hands and organized a Paul Blair Tribute for this Friday’s O’s-Yanks doubleheader.

It’s a cool story and it’ll make you feel good to be a baseball fan....

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By Scott Fendley
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September 7, 2014 at 2:43 pm ET
Jesus Screams About Ice Cream

You’ve heard about the ice cream kerfuffle featuring B&C Weight Control Poster Boy Jesus Montero and a Seattle Mariners scout in a late-season Pioneer League game in Boise, Idaho?ice_cream_truck

(Those words, no doubt, are the strangest ever posted by this writer…)

If you haven’t, here’s a dizzyingly quick recap.

Montero is down at Boise to rehab and coach up the Everett Aqua Sox. I guess Seattle wanted their young players to be fat layabouts, but anyway…

A scout FOR SEATTLE (again, it’s a SEATTLE scout) starts heckling Montero as he was coaching first base. He probably used the famous Ball Four line “One man to a pair of pants out there…”

Said scout allegedly sends Montero an ice cream sandwich ...

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By Patrick Smith
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September 4, 2014 at 5:40 am ET
Reds Roll Over in Baltimore
Bryan Price

Bryan Price’s dreams of autumn golf.

Orioles fans are still among the nouveau riche. Seventeen years of losing means we still have to wait a few more seasons before we look down our noses at anyone.

So Cincinnati fans will have to forgive me for noticing that the Reds are a team that appears to have given up. Last night at Camden Yards, a handful of fans showed up wearing Reds colors, one guy dressed like Mr. Redlegs himself. Those fans should call the Orioles ticket office at 888-848-BIRD and demand a refund for last night’s game.

Listen, you’ll hear no complaints from me. Baltimore completely and fully dominated the Reds. Miguel Gonzalez threw a complete-game shutout and the ...

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By Bob Moffitt
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September 2, 2014 at 12:14 pm ET
“Pow! Bam! Boof!” Slump-Fighting Duo Might Save A’s
Wham!

Wham!

Could it be that a retiring slugger and a catcher struggling to stay off the disabled list are the key to curing what ails the Oakland Athletics? As the dark knight’s faithful sidekick, Robin might say, “Holy hypothesis, Batman!”

It has been a maddening month for Oakland Athletics fans. “Ouch!” On July 31st, General Manager Billy Beane gambled the team was far enough ahead in the American League West and the Wild Card race that he could sacrifice hitting for pitching. He traded left-fielder Yoenis Cespedes to the Boston Red Sox for post-season-world-beater Jon Lester. It’s pitching Beane’s counting on to get the A’s out of whichever first-round playoff series they find themselves in. And he might be right. ...

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By Paul Czarnowski
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August 31, 2014 at 9:50 pm ET
Adam’s Dunn in Chicago
Down goes Dunn.

Down goes Dunn.

The long national nightmare is over:

Adam Dunn is no longer on the White Sox.

This is great for a few reasons. Oh, I know that being an armchair GM and Monday morning manager doesn’t help any team with their woes. And I don’t even know if Dunn has been ‘good’ this season (every player at every level is better than me) because I’ve been avoiding the White Sox for several unrelated reasons to Dunn (mainly, one reason: Hawk Harrelson).

But I remember his signing with the team and being overcome with some dread as a result: the White Sox didn’t need a strikeout king, unless it was an actual pitcher. They had plenty of pop out, ...

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By Landon Evanson
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August 31, 2014 at 8:12 pm ET
Indoor Four ’14: And down the stretch they come

Indoor Four logoJust one month to go in the 2014 edition of the Indoor Four Contest, and it’s quite a race. No selected player has made the Splendid Sprint as yet this season, so perhaps we’ll go out with a bang?

Justin Barrientos and Gary Ghiotta rode four triples from Danny Santana and Hunter Pence to the August co-title, setting up a sprint to the finish between Beek, Solem, Count Gary and Sal. However, a big month like Yasiel Puig’s July quintuplet of three-baggers or just one inside-the-park homer could open the door for Irie88s or Kraut. For once, though, I’ll spare you the overt reminders about Kevin Youkilis and Joe Mauer by only mentioning them, but for 2015, all bets are off....

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