The Wil Cordero Memorial Linkpunch: Thursday, June 26th

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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.

  • The good folks at Hugging Harold Reynolds asked me to participate in their Iron Ref competition. So I did. Go vote for me. Hugging Harold Reynolds.

  • Phony Gwynn is none-too-happy with his San Diego Padres' offense, so he creates a list of suggestions how Bud Black can improve it. He forgot: "Use more steroids." And Here Come the Pretzels.

  • Rob suggests that the Cubs abandon their new 'tradition' of having hack celebrities sing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" and instead have Cub great Ron Santo do it every game. Rob is both smart and has a great name. Goat Riders of the Apocalypse.

  • The Brewers are thinking about changing up their approach to grooming starters on their single A team, having relievers start the game and the starters come in for the fourth. Up is down and black is white, but can you imagine a game started by Eric Gagne? Do not want. MLB.com.

  • Hanley Ramirez is a man of many hats. His latest job has him watering the infield at Dolphins Stadium. I wonder if the groundskeepers do the YMCA there. Sun-Sentinel Blogs.

  • Turn your browser into a bizarro-world TV set. Boing Boing.

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5 Comments

Don't turn your browser into a coaster. It doesn't work.

I thought Hanley's latest job was breaking up no-nos with ding-dongs.

Is this thing on? Where is everybody?

[grabs binoculars, looks over to Deadspin]

Ah, ok.

Check out the comments in the Hanley Ramirez story. It's as if Marlins fans don't read the actual piece, and just rant about poor game performance from the night before. There's a restaurant review in the Sun-Sentinel entertainment section with 103 comments about Mike Jacobs' inability to take a pitch on a 2-0 count.

TIGERS WIN ON WALKOFF WALK!!!

There was a WoW in Detroit

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