Cal Ripken Jr
“Class, leadership, righteousness,” Jets legend Joe Namath said of the retiring shortstop. “A whole lot of good things, man.”
Cal called in Friday morning and was forced to explain that he doesn’t have a problem with Buck Showalter after Craig insinuated the two hadn’t talked in over 19 years over a hot dog.
The great Cal Ripken Jr. woke up a little early this morning to talk some baseball with his two buddies Boomer & Carton.
No one is shedding a tear for A-Rod. Whether he misses 150 games or two seasons, engages himself in a long, bitter legal fight or finds himself with a Pete Rose-like lifetime ban, it doesn’t matter. His reputation cannot be restored.
Keith Olbermann is getting back into broadcasting to host TBS’ postseason baseball studio show, staying away from politics for the moment.
Remember when you thought Derek Jeter was finished? Now it’s looking like 4,000 hits is a realistic possibility.
Billy Ripken is an analyst on the MLB Network, younger brother of baseball Hall of Famer Cal and a former Big Leaguer himself.
The legendary Cal Ripken Jr. (now a TBS analyst) called into the show to discuss Jason Bay’s eyes, Jose Reyes’ season and much, much more.
Carlos Beltran will voluntarily make the move from center to right field, which some might view as a sign of maturity on former center fielder’s part. Craig Carton doesn’t see it that way.
Carlos Beltran told Terry Collins Monday that he wants to move to right field for the Mets. Bad news for Beltran? According to Craigie, the outfielder is finished, while Boomer isn’t ready to put Carlos out to pasture.