Daily Archives: February 14, 2016
It is time for the Sunday Request.
@sullybaseball Sully please do the ‘Phil Hecken discussion on what the best Indians uniform would be’ podcast. Can’t wait for that!
— Heavy Sid (@heavy_sid) February 4, 2016
Today I am bringing on Uniwatch editor Phil Hecken back to the show along with writer Jim Vilk to talk about the confusing uniform history of the Cleveland Indians.
It is a no tradition traditional episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
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Before Babe Ruth, perhaps the most feared power hitter in baseball history was outfielder Gavvy Cravath. Leading his league in home runs in six of his nine full major league seasons during the Dead Ball Era, the right-handed hitter struck fear into the hearts of opposing pitchers across baseball.
Despite his near-Hall of Fame career, it turned out to be his work as a judge after his playing days were over that ended up most defining the intimidating slugger.
The teams that make the biggest moves in the offseason, giving out huge amounts of money for an aging star or deal three prospects from your future of the franchise for a “proven” star, almost never are the teams that make it to the playoffs. Rather the teams that do make it are the ones that make smaller under-the-radar moves that are cost-effective options that turn out to pay huge dividends.
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