On this date in 1988, Pete Rose became the first manager to be suspended for an on-field incident, as Leo Panetta of NationalPastime.com writes. National League president Bart Giamatti issued a thirty day suspension for the Reds skipper’s shoving of umpire Dave Pallone. Here’s this week’s look around the baseball blogosphere..
- Camden Depot wonders if Ubaldo Jimenez is back.
- Inside The Zona discussed Josh Collmenter’s dip in velocity.
- Blue Jays Plus looked at some under appreciated players in Toronto.
- Infield Chatter says the Brewers should sell.
- World Series Dreaming is in favor of the DH in the NL.
- Halo Hangout says the Angels are bound to turn things around.
- The Point of Pittsburgh is concerned about Andrew McCutchen’s knee.
- 27 Outs Baseball reflected on the life of Bill Valentine.
- Dodgers Today is impressed with L.A.’s depth.
- Jays Journal looked at some teams that, arguably, have an extra edge at home.
- Reviewing The Brew wonders if the Mets could be a match for Jean Segura.
- Yankees Unscripted talked about Alex Rodriguez’s ignored milestone.
- RSN Stats talks pitching under pressure.
- Baseball Hot Corner says the Yankees are not to be discounted.
- Drunk Baseball is against the idea of a salary cap.
- Know Hitter credits the Tigers’ ability to adapt.
- BASTA attempts to solve the Giants’ outfield puzzle.
- Royals Blue says KC’s “Franchise Four” misses the mark.
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