It is Clayton Kershaw’s birthday. It may be unfair that some of his post season failures hang over his head, but baseball isn’t always fair.
Meanwhile it is the 100th anniversary of the Red Sox 1918 World Series title. I can not tell you how wonderful it is to never think about that year again as a Red Sox fan.
Dealing with ghosts, real or not, on this episode of Sully Baseball.
While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.
Not a lot of boats in the Cove at the end of this game in 2000. When Barry Bonds was playing there, the cove got kind of crowded.
By the way, this pic was taken when the ballpark was still called Pac Bell Park. I still prefer that name.
The entrance to Angel Stadium is a brick concourse shaded to look like a baseball diamond.
For some reason the detail of the third and first base coaches boxes along the line in brick impresses me.