Sitting here watching the Home Run Derby really got me thinking, where are the All-Star Jerseys? The ASG jerseys are ALL the talk when they get released. Everyone shits on them. They’re never good. But there was a time in MLB history where the jerseys would be worn during the derby. And some of them … Continue reading I Think It’s Time for MLB to Retire the All-Star Jersey
Our Favorite Derby Moments + Our 2022 Derby Predictions
The Home Run Derby is BACK TONIGHT and we are STOKED. This is a national holiday for baseball fans, and one of the greatest skill competitions the world has ever seen. It got us thinking about our favorite Derby Moments of all time, at least ones that we actually remember. Bobby Abreu Hitting a Seasons … Continue reading Our Favorite Derby Moments + Our 2022 Derby Predictions
MLB Needs to Change Their Criteria for ASG Votes
I saw this tweet the other day and honestly, it made me sick. https://twitter.com/brwalkoff/status/1541493152443498497?s=21&t=_KBjHufioDNPiE2jb56yFA The fact that Tatis is even on the ballot is a disgrace. Don’t get me wrong, Nando is one of the faces of the league at this point in his career, especially with our younger generation of fans. The guy is … Continue reading MLB Needs to Change Their Criteria for ASG Votes
After a Crazy Brawl, Jesse Winker Gets What He Deserved: A Pizza Ordered by SofieBallgame
Okay by now the baseball world knows about the brawl between the Mariners & Angels, but if you missed it, you can check out how it all went down here 👇🏼 https://twitter.com/theathletic/status/1541159395387736066?s=21&t=kO1jQKTRCArUkt_3lU8vDg Honestly, it was refreshing to see a real baseball brawl. We don’t condone violence here at The Three Spot, but every now and … Continue reading After a Crazy Brawl, Jesse Winker Gets What He Deserved: A Pizza Ordered by SofieBallgame
What a WILD 5 Minutes of Mets Baseball in Miami Last Night
In case ya missed it… We’ve all been there. WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT? One of the most bizarre 5 minutes of baseball you’ll ever see occurred in Miami. It included a Tomas Nido single, a Brandon Nimmo bunt single on a one-man left side, two challenges (on the same play??), umpire deception, and a Francisco … Continue reading What a WILD 5 Minutes of Mets Baseball in Miami Last Night
Josh Harrison Was Plunked Last Night… in the BACK ELBOW?
In the midst of the O’s shutting out a White Sox team that’s currently sitting 4.5 games out of first place in the central, Josh Harrison might have had one of the strangest and unlucky HBP situations ever. The pitch delivered by Dean Kremer (2-1, 1.71) looked almost like a whiffle ball screwball heading into … Continue reading Josh Harrison Was Plunked Last Night… in the BACK ELBOW?
Meet Isaac Paredes, AKA The Yankee Clipper
Officer Terry Hoitz was the first Yankee Clipper. There’s no denying that. “YOU SHOULDA SHOT A-ROD” is a classic line, and he cost the city a championship and himself a real cop job. If you haven’t seen The Other Guys, please finish reading this blog, then go watch. https://youtu.be/FxkP1T0FCPk But this Isaac Paredes… he’s coming … Continue reading Meet Isaac Paredes, AKA The Yankee Clipper
The Quick History of the Bobblehead
I’m a little late on #NationalBobbleHeadDay, but here we go. Mantle and Maris. Ruth and Gherig. Bobby Valentine and Fake Mustaches. Beers and Hot Dogs. Great combinations that shape our game and are proof of the poetic nature of the sport. However there is one duo that is held even more dear to the heart … Continue reading The Quick History of the Bobblehead
This Might Be the Most Beautiful Baseball View I Have Ever Seen.
I want to start off by saying I love all baseball fields. I do not discriminate. I don’t care if it’s layered with grass or turf, well-manicured or full of geese poop, in the middle of a city with a warehouse as a left-field wall (shoutout to Carteret, NJ), or with a skyline of the … Continue reading This Might Be the Most Beautiful Baseball View I Have Ever Seen.
December 28, 2001: Giuliani,Yankees, Mets Reach for Retractable Roofs
In a WILD (in hindsight) announcement on December 28, 2001, then-New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani proclaims that the Yankees, Mets, and the city have non-binding plans to construct retractable roof stadiums costing around $1.6 billion. First off, let’s just think back on how awful the timing of this announcement was. This was about three … Continue reading December 28, 2001: Giuliani,Yankees, Mets Reach for Retractable Roofs