Monthly Archives: June 2015

Lucas Sims and Lucas Simms: Alike, but Different

About the two men pictured above, certain truths are absolute: They are, physically, precisely identical. They share the morally superior middle-name “Sundberg.” They were both living in Cheektowaga, New York when the storm of 1977 hit, and both lived through the … Continue reading

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Pitchers and Pessimists

Included for your viewing pleasure is an image of antisvelte pitcher Bartolo Colon combined with the written words of the joyously deceased pessimist, E.M. Cioran. By posting the Cioran quote over the image of Colon flailing (and failing) at a … Continue reading

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Most Valuable Zobrist’s 2015 MLB Draft Prospect Guide: The Later Rounds

The 2015 First-Year Player Draft begins Monday. With excellent coverage like Kiley McDaniel’s latest mock draft at FanGraphs and Michael Baumann’s Grantland primer on top prospects, the internet has made the greatness of players like Alex Bregman and Carson Fulmer readily available. … Continue reading

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