I honestly forgot I had the links posts today, so this is gonna be short. I’m sure everybody knows the Braves won the World Series. If you didn’t watch it, you need to at least see this monster shot hit by Soler that was reminiscent of Albert Pujols traumatizing Brad Lidge.
SOLER HAS LEFT THE BUILDING. pic.twitter.com/IOc5wXreRb— MLB (@MLB) November 3, 2021
Soler homerun broke someone’s windshield pic.twitter.com/h7GwUSqK6E— Mr B. (@HoeAssMrB) November 3, 2021
ARod gonna ARod.
It's hard to be this wrong and still be able to feed yourself. In playoff baseball, you *always* win the game in front of you and worry about tomorrow tomorrow. This is literally 180 degrees from correct. https://t.co/38CYSGRTQ8— Joe Sheehan (@joe_sheehan) October 30, 2021
arod uses the word analytics like people use hipaa https://t.co/bf7BtemX0z— spoopy steph (@whutyearisit) November 2, 2021
In Rays news:
Maybe you saw the attack ad on Stu Sternberg? Here’s who is behind it.
If you haven't seen the first political attack ad going after #Rays owner Stu Sternberg and his Sister City plan, you can see it and learn just who is behind it.https://t.co/ZYFZjyNmFs— Steve Carney (@stevecarney) October 30, 2021
Curtis Mead is my new favorite prospect crush.
A Conversation With Tampa Bay Rays Prospect Curtis Mead https://t.co/QV7bdK1pRp— FanGraphs Baseball (@fangraphs) October 26, 2021
Jayden Murray is another fun prospect.
Jeff Sullivan will be on Effectively Wild.
Effectively Wild Episode 1766: Fingers in Several Rays Pies https://t.co/kljiNFG3Rr— FanGraphs Baseball (@fangraphs) November 3, 2021
Red Sox legend Jerry Remy passed.
Steve Cohen fitting right in by Metsing things up.
This Steve Cohen tweet is cited in a class-action lawsuit as evidence that MLB has been illegally paying sub-minimum wage salaries— Joon Lee 이준엽 (@joonlee) November 1, 2021
Cohen stated the quiet part out loud: minor leaguers provide massive value to teams even if they don't directly lead to billions in ticket sales https://t.co/YX7BQVrzas
Enjoy the offseason, everybody. And happy birthday to internet legend Kabosu.
This is Kabosu. She just turned 16 years old. She’s a rescue Shiba Inu who changed the world with an impromptu photoshoot back in 2010. Her slightly raised eyebrows and crossed paws remain one the greatest reaction images of all time. 15/10 such legend much wow pic.twitter.com/PeaY0gCfRu— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) November 2, 2021