Only a few more hours left of Wednesday. A bit of reading to get you through the last hump of Hump Day:
What it’s like when Jose Canseco hits on your girlfriend. (Diamond Hoggers)
The six-man roster continues to loom. (Washington Post) Oh god, no.
Dusty Baker doesn’t like walks, so Joey Votto isn’t walking. (Vegas Watch) Moneyball haters, rejoice!
A backward glance at Nomomania (Sam Mellinger for the Kansas City Star)
“Jeter and others may be trying to get Paul O’Neill’s number RETIRED? Has the world gone mad?” (Joe Posnanski on behalf of LaTroy Hawkins)
Why are Kenji Johjima’s pitchers throwing him under the bus? (Detect-O-Vision)
Stephen Drew is a righthanded dude who bats left. (DbacksBuzz) After burning my right arm two weeks ago, I have discovered that I can do absolutely nothing with my left arm. At all. Tip o’ the hat to you, young Stephen.
And finally, earlier in the week, Coley wrote about Boston prospect Jed Lowrie’s potential as a super-utility guy for MLB Trade Rumors. Today, Joe Haggerty writes for the Boston Metro about why the Sox are grooming their prospects that way.
And as always, if you’re reading something we should be reading, let me know!