Category Archives: Baseball

I made a good tweet

I’ve been on twitter for about eight years. I have a little over 1,000 followers. I’m not a big time social media star. I tweet about the wide array of things that appeal to me or catch my eye. A few people respond to me regularly, and I reply back to them. Only three times… Read More »

What I’m Reading – April 2017: Veterans Entrepreneurs, Organizational Study, Media, Baseball, Kung Fu, and Star Wars

A wrap-up of articles I found most interesting this month. How Veterans Turned Entrepreneurs Are Disrupting The Pentagon’s Weapons Program – Fast Company, 4/3/2017 This was my favorite read of the month. Having been in the defense contracting world for several years, I understood the inflexibility of contracting – where the military defines their problem… Read More »

What I am reading – March 2017: Insight, Innovation, Tribalism, Media, and Star Wars

A brief selection of articles I found interesting this month: My Insights About “What is an Insight?” – LinkedIn post by Craig Fleisher, 2/9/2017 Written by a past professor of mine at USF, Dr. Fleisher provides very interesting insight into insights. Fleisher discusses that too many analysts just provide information, without providing insight. Fleisher defines… Read More »

Guest posting on Ben’s Biz

I’ve been an e-migo and reader of Ben Hill of Minor League Baseball.com for several years. Ben has been writing for Minor League Baseball covering promotions for a long time. It’s been his niche for at least five years. He is a regular on the Minor League circuit, traveling from ballpark to ballpark, meeting and… Read More »

Interviewed by Sully Baseball

While this blog has been sporadically updated in recent months, my writing at my sports business and market analysis site has picked up and, if I may say, business has been good. April 2015 was my most visited month in the site’s short 15 month existence. And I suspect as more people find out about… Read More »

The Beast that ate Dunedin

T’was 11 days short of a fortnight ago, when a wild beast descended from the hills, its snarly visage mocking the moon and blocking out the sun. The citizens of the village of Dunedin scrambled in horror as the beast made its way to the local baseball field. When it reached Florida Auto Exchange Stadium,… Read More »

Reflections on ye olde baseball video games

Christmas is a joyous time. A time marked with cheer, hope, and goodwill towards man. It is a time when people around the globe join together, celebrate the season, and give gifts to others in the hope that the gifts will brighten the soul of both the giver and the recipient. In the last 30… Read More »

Portrait of Young LOOGY

I’ve often written about my early days on the ballfield. Days where I was the Jamie Moyer of the Eau Gallie Little League – a junk-balling control specialist with a a good change-up and an uncanny ability to locate my league average fastball. Up and down, in and out, I kept the other 12-year olds… Read More »