On this date in 1989, the same game was played partly outdoors and partly indoors for the first time in major league history when the Blue Jays beat the Brewers, as Leo Panetta of NationalPastime.com writes. The SkyDome’s retractable roof was open to start the game but had to be closed in the fifth inning due to rain. Here’s this week’s look around the baseball blogosphere..
- The Point At Pittsburgh marveled at Gerrit Cole’s season.
- Inside The ’Zona says the D’Backs got better after moving Mark Trumbo.
- Baseball Hot Corner broke down Chris Archer’s dominance of Mike Trout.
- Camden Depot wonders how Miguel Gonzalez has whiffed so much.
- Detroit Jock City looked at Adam Lind as a Tigers trade target.
- World Series Dreaming sees the Cubs shopping in the bargain bin.
- Blue Jays Plus applauds Mark Buehrle.
- Section 215 ran down the Phillies’ trade chips.
- Royals Blue is pushing KC fans to vote responsibly.
- Cubbies Crib says Jason Hammel is quietly emerging as a staff ace.
- From Duke 2 Joc talks Hector Olivera.
- WFAA wonders if the Rangers are too left-handed at the plate.
- Nolan Writin’ looked at the history of the No. 4 overall pick.
- Outside Pitch celebrates the return of the “Laser Show.”
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