Anthony Gose, a Toronto Blue Jays Triple-A prospect playing for the Buffalo Bisons, had one of the most impressive steals of home plate I’ve ever seen. It wasn’t even close. By the time Norfolk pitcher Jake Arrieta notices Gose during his windup, he’s already diving for the plate. Gose admitted after the play that “it wasn’t the smartest idea” considering the next batter, Luis Jimenez, is hit .358 for the season. [HT Spotress of Blogitude]
Too many pockets.
Nice connection from Rodgers to Cobb.
College Football Playoff: Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, and Washington In; Penn State and Michigan on the Outside
The path of least resistance. Penn State misses out.
Tommy Tuberville has reached nearly the highest heights as a college football coach. In 20014, he went 13-0 at Auburn (but got left out of (…)
Believe it or not, Jeff Fisher has gone 7-9 just four times as a head coach — once with the Houston Oilers in 1995, then with the (…)
This seems like something people would watch and get excited about.
Alabama, Clemson, Washington, and Ohio State
Just missed, fortunately.