No Pepper

Ken Funck wonders what would happen if baseball writers spoke a language that required justification for each verb. The language Tuyuca requires the basis of knowledge (assumption, personal knowledge) as part of the verb-ending. Maybe baseball writers should also try E-Prime.

Nick Steiner shows that Bad A.J. (Burnett) looks a great deal like Good A.J. Yankee fans of course disagree but I believe we call that observation bias.

The Nats Blog wonders if signing a ground ball pitcher like Jason Marquis represents foolhardiness for a team with terrible defense. Maybe they trade Adam Dunn to the AL and upgrade the infield defense mid-season?

Jeff found a radio program that combines Major League Baseball and country music. Past guests include Frank Thomas, Ryan Langerhans, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jason Bay, and personal favorite Matt Stairs

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