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“And you need to in the postseason.”
Listen very closely. You can hit the ball as farrrr as you want but playoff baseball is about putting the ball in play.
Great hitter just are beating great arms every night. The Sox built a more complete ball club offensively.
I liked the move to go get Cutch with an unhealthy OF. I felt like it provided some more balance. I think they’re gonna have to move a few pieces before they can get past the Sox pitching.
Good morning. I’m working on some new grave stories for players I found while on a trip to Wisconsin earlier this year. I’m also updating some older stories to add to the RIP Baseball blog. One of those stories is on Jimmy “Chicken” Wolf, who played for the Louisville Colonels of the American Association in the 1880s.
Wolf’s long and pretty successful career was overshadowed by his tragic fate. In his retirement, he suffered what we now call a traumatic brain injury while working as a fireman in Louisville. It eventually led to him spending most of the rest of his life in an insane asylum. It was such a sad ending that I decided to go back and find a game that I thought was only a legend. The game recap from 1886 confirmed that it actually took place, so I added it to my story. So, head over to RIP Baseball to read the story of how a stray dog helped Chicken Wolf hit a game-winning home run. If you’re reading this on Instagram, I’ll put the link in my bio. If you’re on Facebook, the link is https://ripbaseball.com/2018/10/23/jimmy-chicken-wolf/.
It’s true what they say: dogs really do make everything better.