Baseball Crank
Covering the Front and Back Pages of the Newspaper
July 2, 2004
BASEBALL: Raindrops Keep Falling

Avkash over at the Raindrops has all sorts of bloggy goodness; check out his look at how some of the Mets' less well-known prospects are doing in the minors (including one teenager named Yusmeiro Petit who walked 10 and struck out 85 in 77.1 innings last year and has followed up this year by striking out 122 and walking 22 in 83 innings in the Sally League - 13.2 K/9 IP, if you're keeping score). He's also got some appropriate observations on Tom Glavine's consistency, as well as linking to "Farenheit 1918," which is one of the funniest things I've read in some time ("Mike:
Poor silly girl, of course. It's all about oil. Always has been. The Babe Ruth trade was about oil.")

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