Veterans might be having a hard time signing long term deals. But the contracts handed out to Jose Altuve and Eugenio Suàrez show baseball’s trend of paying players for their prime is not going away.
Plus some thoughts on an improving Phillies team.
Paying for the GOOD years on this episode of Sully Baseball.
While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.
Not often you get a photo of a Hall of Famer in their prime on the field.
Notice I said PHOTO. Not cell phone picture. This blurry pic was taken with a FILM camera at a game between the Reds and the Mets in 1993. I knew Larkin was a damn good player and I got a shot.
This was before he was the 1995 NL MVP. This was before we all knew he was a Hall of Famer.
There was was. Walking around in the pre game and your pal Sully snapped a blurry picture.
Not a pic. A picture.
Cincinnati was a lovely city. At least it was in 1993 when my dad and I visited there. And as cookie cutter parks go, Riverfront was clean, accessible and filled with history of the Big Red Machine which the Jumbotron reminded us of.
I assume a lot of people used this helmet outside as a meeting place.