Saturday is in the cards: Searching for shorts

Per Muels request I set off on my journey to find White Sox in shorts. Along the way I found the sweet road unis that Wally so cherishes: Minnie’s AARP card: Bill Melton, thankfully, NOT in shorts: Some sweet softball unis: Are those shorts? No card, but here is proof:

Frozen Pond Diary: Cold Feet

A Clipboard exclusive – we get an inside look at North American Junior hockey through the eyes of Mike Gionta. While playing for the Queen City Steam of the Central States Hockey League, Mike will share his weekly experiences with the Clipboard. He doesn’t mind being called the cousin of Brian or Steve, but on […]

Performance of the Week (POTW) 7/28-8/3

Plenty to choose from this week – I’m expecting several nominations for POTW. I’m going with Matt Zahel of the Webster Yankees (NYCBL). The Castalia, Ohio native tossed seven innings of shutout ball in his final appearance for the Pinstripes this season. Zahel struck out 8 and walked two while surrendering only two hits. In […]

NYCBL (8/3)

2008 NEW YORK COLLEGIATE BASEBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS EASTERN DIVISION W L PCT. GB GLENS FALLS xy 31 10 .756 – AMSTERDAM x 26 14 .650 4.5 LITTLE FALLS x 19 23 .452 12.5 WATERTOWN x 17 23 .425 13.5 BENNINGTON 15 25 .375 15.5 SARATOGA 12 25 .324 17.0 WESTERN DIVISION W L PCT. GB […]

Frozen Pond Diary: Making the cut

A Clipboard exclusive – we get an inside look at North American Junior hockey through the eyes of Mike Gionta. While playing for the Queen City Steam of the Central States Hockey League, Mike will share his weekly experiences with the Clipboard. He doesn’t mind being called the cousin of Brian or Steve, but on […]

NYCBL (7/28)

2008 NEW YORK COLLEGIATE BASEBALL LEAGUE FLASH REPORT AS OF JULY 27, 2008 STANDINGS EASTERN DIVISION W L PCT. GB GLENS FALLS x 28 10 .737 – AMSTERDAM x 23 13 .639 4.0 LITTLE FALLS 18 21 .462 10.5 BENNINGTON 15 22 .405 12.5 WATERTOWN 14 22 .389 13.0 SARATOGA 12 22 .353 14.0 WESTERN […]

Performance of the Week (POTW) 7/20-7/27

I gotta give credit where credit is due: Joba Chamberlain earns my POTW. I know Manny was not in the lineup, and Ortiz made his first major league appearance since an injury, but Chamberlain tossing seven shutout frames was impressive. Who gets your POTW?