I'm currently (re) reading a book titled "Field of Screams" before I donate it to our community lending library...
very entertaining about all the criminality, corruption, anger, fighting, even racism, etc in baseball. Goes all the way back to it's roots, owners, players, gamblers etc.
So it was very entertaining to see the baseball game that broke out at a series of fights out in Detroit last week
I was at work and brought up MLB network to check the score (slow afternoon after a crazy week) Thursday and voila... Romine and Cabrera were into it and everyone was piling on. I was hooked (thankfully we test video feeds so it was not unusual to walk by and see some random game on) and left a screen up with the rest of the game...
Yesterday, saw a different kind of history, we were at the game sitting near 3B and got to watch the Mariners commit a franchise record of 5 errors in one inning, en route to a 10-1 loss to the Yanks. Apparently no major league team has committed that many errors in an inning since the 1977 Cubs
Great game, beautiful weather... fun to watch.
The discussion now is whether the Yankees are going to keep pushing Judge all year, when he's batting around .200 since early July. Kid needs to sit more, regroup, be dropped out of the 4 hole.