What a garbage pile.
Also as-prepend sucks you should just permanently switch to setting localpref via communities.
Well shit, it's apparently just going to change anyway.
Yeah it really would but Verlander starting would be scary
Not this year
OP, get yourself a bottle of Laphroaig STAT. Best (or worst) decision you'll ever make.
Bleh. Glad I tried a glass first. Tastes like burnt transmission fluid.
Azure is fun watching Scherzer pitch
Get dat bunt Bird
A N D U J A R
They are so fucking bad, it's unreal.
I would rather have 3x Joe Bucks in there.
Edit: I thought you said worst players to ever win a World Series. My bad.
Yep. Nearly 3500 hits and a career .310 avg to go along with 72 WAR. What a shitheel.
People say about any home runar Coors field that it would have just been a flyout at any other stadium due to the thin air at Coors. Last night, the Rockies beat the Dodgers on a home run that just barely cleared the wall and some people were whining that it would been a flyout atamy other field.
See, that’s what I don’t get. Everyone assumes it would’ve been caught. If it’s on the track, against the wall, there’s no guarantee. Well, unless you have someone like Judge or JBJ out there.
I’m still waiting for “August, no endurance” Chris Sale to show up. I have a feeling I’ll be waiting awhile. He has been incredible this year.
I have no idea how WAR and all that other shit is calculated. But to be fair I am not embarrassed at all about this.
There was a massive post on this within the past 2 days here.
I thought “pitch is inside” meant it’s “inside” the strike zone.
Then I got more confused when radio announcer said “pitch is inside ball 4!” or “strike on the outside corner” so I switched and assumed outside was strike and inside was ball. Then I heard the opposite and wondered what the heck was going on.
Finally got it cleared up with my family that inside and outside was distance to batter.
If it’s Joe West, you could still be correct.
Juan “Albert Pujols” Soto
There’s already a plethora of academic curriculum. I would love to see things that you only encounter in the real world.
Crisis (outage) handling
Data Center intro to racking, power, cable management, airflow design
Interaction with executive leadership
Imagine coming into a job with an idea of the concepts above. You would be 5 years ahead of your peers, easily.
2030: all umpires are deaf and dumb, punchouts are now the best part of the show. People are there to watch the umps.
The Angel Hernandez MLB
What box should I get? I just got a raise at work, so I’m gonna buy one more box this year. I’ve started Collection A&G Cards (getting a pack or two or a blaster when I go to Target). But I’m intrigued by Chrome.
Hold out for Topps Update
Just include specific routes in your site-to-site VPN.
Sonny "Mariano Rivera" Gray
What did Giambi do
Made The Flip possible, for starters
So do I. This guy is great. I genuinely wish he got more media attention. He could singlehandedly solve baseball's marketing problem.
Uh, MLB is trying to attract fans.
How did he carry Joe West out there?
No allegedly about it. That dude was bounced the hell outta there. It was weird seeing a completely empty booth in that spot.
How did it go for your on your scouring?
Dude! I scored some nice Heritage stuff. I plan to scan my pickups after work today (2 more hours). I'll make a new post in here.
Other guy up there suggested setting MTU to 1300. Sound about right to you? I'll log in and give that a try.
If you adjust the MTU, set the TCP MSS with clamping.
Haha oh gosh I was just visiting home in the Bay Area. I'm in NYC now and even I was doing a double take at some of the prices. My friend who works in downtown SF is a regular at a coffee shop that charges eight bucks for something like an iced coffee!
Wtf? Blue Bottle is $4 and it’s awesome.
don't live there, won't live there without a six figure salary lined up
$100k ain’t enough to pay $4k/mo in rent.
Reminder that this isn’t actually true.
From 1980-1989, the Yankees posted a .547 Win% whereas the Mets posted a .523. The Yankees scores about 700 more runs that decade than the Mets, albeit the run differentials were similar. They pythW-L% were almost exactly equal for the decade at .530 and .531, respectively.
Sure, the Mets won a WS that decade in what was no doubt a great year and made the NLCS in ‘88 in another good year. But the Yankees made the ALCS in 1980 so, the WS was the only accolade separating the two teams.
Conclusion: what is generally regarded as the Mets’ best decade is comparable to what is generally regarded as the Yankees’ worst.
Donnie Baseball made most of that 700 run differential happen.