Michael Jack Schmidt
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Michael Jack Schmidt
Of baseball or the Hall of Fame?
He was also a very good base stealer and good defender (maybe got a bit too many gold gloves).
If I had a vote, I would definitely vote for him.
I'd like to see your MS Paint skills.
WTF is wrong with people...
If they win tomorrow they take the season series too.
I think some people are a bit annoyed that it appears (not in the judgement of the home plate umpire) that Tabata did break a rule though.
How many votes does Jeter have? Seriously.
Very Cool, my hometown guy that played for the Giants was Trevor Wilson.
Royals vs. Bumgarner? lol
Hmmm I thought Hacktor caught one of Lincecum's no-hitters.
Not sure Hamels can be traded to the Royals unless he waives his no-trade clause.
If the NL goes to a DH, I'd love to be a fly on the wall when Bochy tells Bumgarner he isn't in the line-up.
Remember Jason Schmidt getting hosed on that call at first against the Cubs, would've been a perfect game and a amazing no-hitter on the same day.
I think he ends up around 450-475.
He has a good chance at 600 doubles. That will put him Top 15ish all-time.
That was really nice.
Trout's series of events in extra innings was pretty sweet the other night:...
Damn, I was always impressed with this game:
Griffey as the greatest of all-time is laughable. I was a big Griffey fan, especially since my first minor league baseball game was when my dad took me to see him when he was with the San Bernardino...
Willie Mays, he did everything you want a baseball player to do. He played the bulk of his career in one of the more difficult parks for hitting and fielding. He hit well against HoF pitching. ...
God King Mike Trout
hmm, I would assume it may have gotten physical for 14 games.
Oh, and this is the same Brook Jacoby that hit 30 homers in '87? ;) Yeah, I know it was '87, but still Brook Jacoby!!!
Interesting that I noticed this was bumped. I had a brief discussion with some students yesterday in my 6th period class (8th graders). It's a class of 35 with seven black males. Something came up...
He's come a long way and is truly amazing. Hard to believe it was a year ago that I saw him give up back-to-back-to-back Home Runs in the first inning to Trout, Pujols, and Ibanez. For good measure...
I'd much rather watch Bumgarner hit than Choo. You know you want to agree.