Alright, I know it had been a while, but it’s been almost two months since I posted. And I know my writing has been light the past couple of years but both a change in my focus (from baseball blogging to my Michigan CPA practice), my personal situation (I’m now a single father) and the fact that I lost my last big advertiser on this site means the writing is going to be pretty sporadic. I’m not going to go as far as saying I’m retiring, but just don’t expect weekly content much less daily content. So keep me in your feed and you’ll probably see my pop up on occasion if I have something to say.
And how about those Tigers. Red hot one minute and now they’ve cooled back down. I liked the Anibal Sanchez/Omar Infante deal (although I liked it even more before Sanchez gave up five runs on Saturday) so hopefully we get back on track. This is definitely the most frustrating Tigers team I’ve ever seen and I have a feeling we’ll be saying that through the end of the season (which is hopefully in late October).
Aaron Gleeman, who was one of the select few who was writing when I got started celebrated his tenth anniversary writing on his blog today. He’s one of the pioneers and is a good study on how you can get to where you want to be in an atypical way (at least at the time). Hard work pays off and Aaron is a perfect example of that.
Also, I know this has nothing to do with baseball, but a friend of mine, Rachael Adams, made it to the semi-finals in Maxim’s Hometown Hotties contest. If you could click through and vote for her (you can vote every day), I’d appreciate it.