Snap Throw: What does a contending team owe a struggling starter?

Snap Throw is a recurring feature on BtB taking a deeper look at the pivotal moments in games. Have an idea for a snap throw? Tweet us @Bronx2Bushville #SnapThrow and a link to a video.

Continue reading “Snap Throw: What does a contending team owe a struggling starter?”

The Season in a Series: Los Angeles Dodgers-Milwaukee Brewers Series Preview

We’re not being melodramatic, either. This weekend will define the 2017 Milwaukee Brewers.

Continue reading “The Season in a Series: Los Angeles Dodgers-Milwaukee Brewers Series Preview”

Aroldis Chapman and the Biggest Issue with his Record-Setting Contract

When the New York Yankees signed Aroldis Chapman to a five-year, $86 million contract this offseason, many viewed it as a win-win.

Continue reading “Aroldis Chapman and the Biggest Issue with his Record-Setting Contract”

Snap Throw: When should a runner be sent home with two out?

Snap Throw is a recurring feature on BtB taking a deeper look at the pivotal moments in games. Have an idea for a snap throw? Tweet us @Bronx2Bushville #SnapThrow and a link to a video.

Continue reading “Snap Throw: When should a runner be sent home with two out?”

Don Mattingly Becoming New York Yankees Manager is a Bronx Fairy Tale

At a time when it seems like the New York Yankees retire numbers for the sake of doing so, there’s no denying that Don Mattingly deserves his rightful place in Monument Park.

Continue reading “Don Mattingly Becoming New York Yankees Manager is a Bronx Fairy Tale”

While Milwaukee Brewers bullpen woes remain clear, solutions do not

Insurance and certainty have been rare commodities for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2017.

When the season started, it was the bevy of inexperienced position players that held the weight of skepticism — and the starting rotation wasn’t far from it either.

Continue reading “While Milwaukee Brewers bullpen woes remain clear, solutions do not”

Bronx to Bushville: An autobiographical manifesto

I attended–note, did not graduate from–a small, parochial college situated in downtown Minneapolis. (Elliot Park, for those who are familiar with the area.) We were steps from the erstwhile Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, then-home of the Minnesota Twins.

And when I got there, those Twins sucked.

Continue reading “Bronx to Bushville: An autobiographical manifesto”