Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Hamilton, Twins, Reggie

On this date in 1998, Cubs right-hander Kerry Wood struck out 13 Diamondbacks to set the Major League record for most strikeouts in consecutive games at 33. Wood struck out 20 Astros in his previous start. The previous record was 32 strikeouts held by Luis Tiant, Nolan Ryan, Doc Gooden, and Randy Johnson. Here's the latest baseball talk from around the web…

If you have a suggestion for this feature, Mike can be reached here. Only one email per week, please.

Leave a Reply

5 Comments on "Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Hamilton, Twins, Reggie"

3 years 4 months ago

The worst trade in history was Wells for Napoli, it looked horrible when it happened and is even worse now. The disparity in the performances between these two players is bad enough, but the icing on the cake is the crippling salary Wells has.

McDonald for Dotel was pretty bad, but LA was toying around with JMac and didn’t really have a spot for him. Dumb to trade a young MLB arm for a reliever, but it’s nothing compared to the Wells deal. Even though the Dodgers probably wouldn’t mind McDonald pitching in their 5th spot for the minimum instead of Harang, they survived without him. 

3 years 4 months ago

worst trade in history? i’ll raise you Ruth for a Broadway play or Pedro Martinez for Delino DeShields.

3 years 4 months ago

Or, you know, Lou Brock for Ernie Broglio. Why, Cubs, why?

3 years 4 months ago

I am still fairly happy with a few quoted the other day.. Curt Schilling and Brady Anderson for Mike Boddicker, Fergie jenkins for a collection of bodies from the Phillies..

The coup de gras? Steve Carlton for Rick Wise.

3 years 4 months ago

sure hope gattis makes it to atlanta. he seems like real deal. to make it this far is still unbelievable