The Wil Cordero Memorial Linkpunch, Thursday, March 20th

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linkpunch gorillaSometimes people write better than us. Each Tuesday and Thursday WoW gives you our favorite baseball links we've come across.

Rob is sick, and I guess there are some basketball games on or something, so this is your last post for a little while. Enjoy tournament day. If you haven't already, there's only a couple more days to send in your picks for our Prophecy Of Mediocrity Contest, so get on it.

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Is Rob sick, or is Rob "sick (cough cough) and no, that's not CBS you hear in the background"?

@Dave R.

I think he's actually sick. But in exactly 24 minutes, I'm scheduled to get a splitting migraine.

I find it hilarious that Dykstra is now a day trader. In the 86 Mets book, they repeatedly mention how horrible he was with money. Apparently he was a lousy golfer, but would make outrageous $3000/per hole bets. Basically he would bet on anything with anybody and usually lost. On a side note, he's dominant on RBI Baseball...I've gone 1st to 3rd with him on a slow grounder to third.

great knuckleball article!

That stand-up RBI in the Holliday interview was probably one of the "Vs." series of games released for Nintendo as a stand-up machine. They had a "Vs." Mario brothers, a "Vs." Track n Field...they were all slightly different than the ones released for the home console.

At least, this is what a friend told me. I have always been too busy banging chicks to learn something as nerdy as that.

WHO'S WATCHING THE BLOG?!?

I want a refund.

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