There will be a round-table discussion with Wade "Pitt the Edler" Boggs and Ozzie "Graceland" Smith, among others.
In 1993, a deep fly ball from Cleveland's Carlos Martinez bounced off Texas Rangers outfielder Jose Canseco's head for a home run. The infamous slugger and steroid posterboy's life was about to get a whole lot weirder.
Former slugger Jose Canseco has been doing some very important math the last couple days.
"I'm talking about full everything."
A brief meditation on the slugger's career and musical gifts.
What we need is a president who is going to come in and say, “You know what? Most taxes are illegal now. Let’s stop paying taxes for two or three years. Let’s see what the economy does. And let’s see if people fill in the gaps and spend money on what...
One thing I never understood is why anyone wouldn’t want to be bitten by a vampire. It’s like, what the fuck? Are you kidding me? I’d become a vampire in a heartbeat.
I time travel all the time and have been for the last 20 years; it’s real simple. But there are rules: You can’t travel to the future, and you can’t change history—but that’s a good thing because you wouldn’t want to wake up in a different future or...
Once, when I was about 19, I had a gun pulled on me by a younger kid. He was probably 16 or so, and he put it right in my face. My reaction was, “Put that thing away.” He jumped in his car and took off. But I’m a 6'4" 250-pound martial arts expert.
Independent League baseball is like the Island of Misfit Ballplayers, full of unheralded prospects and vets desperate for one last shot at the dance.