Thirteen months ago, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick remained seated for the national anthem, stating “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for … Continue Reading Baseball Takes A Knee…Will It Take A Stand?
I’m back from vacation, and thus the baseball banter must return. Here’s a six-pack of topics to get you ready for the final week of the 2017 regular season! Who’s … Continue Reading Case of the Mondays: One Week To Go
$200 billion in damage. Hundreds of thousands of people displaced from their homes. Many injured. Far too many dead. That has been the reality that many folks have faced in … Continue Reading What Harvey and Irma Have Shown Us About the Baseball Community
It’s September, folks. The playoffs are right around the corner. The magic of October baseball and cool fall weather is in sight. But first, we need to figure out who’s … Continue Reading The Wild Wild Chase: The Very Tight Wildcard Race
Are you new here? Then pull up a seat at the bar and join us for our weekly Case of the Mondays, a six-pack of all the talking points from … Continue Reading Case of the Mondays: Nats Clinch, Who’s Next?
In case you’ve forgotten about baseball after the Labor Day Hangover and the start of football season, here’s a quick recap: Indians good; D-Backs also good; Dodgers very bad. The … Continue Reading The Indians, D-Backs, and Dodgers, and What It Means for the World Series
Mondays are awful. Mondays where you don’t have to work, though? Those are awesome. Standing Room Only is here to make your Labor Day even better with our weekend recap. … Continue Reading Labor Day Case of the Mondays: Roll Tribe; Dodgers Slide
Al Avila has the hardest job in the world. Since Magglio Ordonez blasted a walk-off home run in 2006 to send the Tigers to the World Series, Detroit fans have … Continue Reading Good Business, Bad PR: The Detroit Tigers Rebuild