Team history, not franchise history! (That’s why I made the distinction in the paragraph above, about the record for stolen bases in a game.) But, yeah, he has a looong way to go for the franchise record here, since Tim Raines had 10 seasons of 30+ SBs for the Expos.
An important point that I have now updated the post to include! Thanks.
update: and, as many people have pointed out, checking interference rules here in addition to base coach rules would have been smart of me! because it’s explicitly (+ logically) labeled as interference there, meaning that the runner gets called out. this does nothing to lessen my desire to see someone try it.
Wow, I love this question. I looked it up and per the official rules (5.03), base coaches can be penalized for leaving their designated area or for physically touching any player. But that penalty is just a) warning from the ump, b) potential to get thrown out of the game, and c) “in addition...may be subject…
Update: good night for Seager brothers!
JonathanNathan, I promise you at least one (1) ski jumping blog in the coming months. Maybe even NEXT month, as the International Ski Federation Grand Prix 2017 starts then with competitions in Poland and Germany! (Men only, ladies don’t start until August, per my three seconds of research.) I’m learning already!!!!!
Send us all your favorite ski jumping moments/storylines/athletes to watch! firstname.lastname@example.org. I would 100% blog about ski jumping.
Mine did! (On a Tuesday, I think, but whatever.) We got out of school at the beginning of June + graduation was like a week later; all the local public high schools used the same arena and there were enough schools that they scheduled three graduation ceremonies every day to fit them all and book the building for…
I did not know this was allowed in softball, but it is!! Lowary pitched a combined 10.1 innings and 139 pitches; Florida’s starter, Kelly Barnhill, pitched 9.0 and 128.
I called an old squirrel source of mine for background information, it was innocent.........
Yeah, I feel like this is an under-appreciated sad Browns fact. I kept checking the list because I was sure there had to be at least one more!
Hence the important modifier “exciting”!
Missed this section of the statute the first time, have updated to include it. Thanks!
Thank you for bringing this oversight to my attention, it’s been updated.
Ben Lindbergh did a great piece on it over on The Ringer. (The gist of it being that Joseph has been bad in general, but he’s also had significantly worse + fewer opportunities than the average player.)
Thank you *so* much for disregarding my inability to mention that the dunk accounted for a third of Turner’s points, as this post went up midway through the second quarter and I freely acknowledge that I cannot psychically ordain a guy’s scoring total before halftime.
Correct, updated to make that clear. Thanks!
thank you; it originally was just the last three things tagged “march madness” and then I decided this would be much more relevant + important for readers to remember.
A race organizer told local media that winds on at least one part of the course were measured at 100 km/hr (60+ mph), but I haven’t seen anything official or any other reports confirming that.
...yeah, I have nothing on that. All I can say is that it was after 1 a.m. and I’m sorry. (+ thanks for pointing it out, it’s been fixed!)