Here is a lasting image from the 2010 baseball season (via Big League Stew)…


  • Yesterday we reported that the Rays had declined the options on Dan Wheeler and Willy Aybar and what that meant for each player and the Rays. Mark Topkin has the reaction from Wheeler. [St. Pete Times]
  • Andrew Baggarly says the Giants will “entertain the notion of signing Carl Crawford,” whatever that means. [Mercury News]
  • Joe Maddon gave a “strong recommendation” to the Brewers for Ron Roenicke, who eventually was hired to be the Brewers’ manager. [Brew Beat]
  • Elijah Dukes cried during his court hearing and claims he is broke and unable to pay child support. He also states that he gave his last $1,500 from his MLB retirement account to a guy named Fred. [St. Pete Times]
  • Leslie Anderson was named an AFL Rising Star. [Rays Prospects]
  • MASN wonders if the Orioles should kick the tires on Rafael Soriano. [MASN]
  • And, did you hear about the war of words between the St. Pete Times and Joe Bucs Fan? [Joe Bucs Fan]




  1. Elijah Dukes gets an MLB retirement? At 20-something?

    • Danny says:

      while the retirement account part is shocking, not so shocking that he is broke...will be nice when he is no longer in the news....although he is a prime example that no amount of talent can make up for bad decision making coupled w/ an extra large helping of ignorance....happy trails Mr. Dukes, you did this to yourself...


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