Posted at 3:13 am , on May 18, 2019
I’m currently reading Eddie Dominguez’s book about baseball’s drug problems in the years following the Mitchell Report. In the book, Baseball Cop: The Dark Side of America’s Pastime, Dominguez talks about his life and baseball’s unresolved drug issues. He kept mentioning ‘the documentary’ where he appeared. After a little digging (took me less than a minute), I found the documentary he mentions in the book. It was an Al Jazeera documentary called The Dark Side. Here is the article link where you can find a write up about the report and the actual documentary.
Al Jazeera investigation raises questions about whether sports heroes are linked to performance-enhancing drugs.
— Read on www.aljazeera.com/news/2015/12/dark-side-secrets-sports-dopers-151227133355144.html
Posted at 2:00 pm , on May 2, 2019
I am not sure if I shared this. It was a great book. I wish that I could have been at the event. Those Were the Days – Sugar Land steeped in baseball history
— Read on www.fortbendstar.com/those-were-the-days-sugar-land-steeped-in-baseball-history/
Posted at 11:57 am , on April 4, 2019
This is the kind of stuff that moves people like me towards the automatic ball and strike caller with an ump behind the plate.
I’m still not convinced that a ‘robo-ump’ will get the calls right 100% of the time. Baseball will need to work on making sure that a quick double check of the ‘robo-ump’ keeps the game running smoothly and without delay.
Hurley: MLB Simply Has To Discipline Umpire Ron Kulpa For Incident With Astros – CBS Boston
— Read on boston.cbslocal.com/2019/04/04/mlb-has-to-discipline-umpire-ron-kulpa-incident-astros-aj-hinch/