For the first half of the season, the Angels' pitching staff was like a deck of cards that was constantly reshuffled. Twenty-nine pitchers made appearances. Remember Rich Hill's zero-inning appearance? What about Jarrett Grube? Jose Alvarez?
Of the four finalists to become the San Diego Padres' general manager, none played in the major leagues. Of the 29 currently employed general managers, three played in the majors.
It is easy now to identify the most famous name from the baseball box score dated July 11, 1914.
Never have the Angels and Detroit Tigers met in October. If this series is some sort of playoff preview, bring it on.
Byron Scott's first news conference as Lakers coach was so much like a class reunion it was natural for the guests of honor to call each other by their old nicknames.