Part two of my interview with Ernie Harwell is up today at the Hardball Times. While Part one talks more about the audiobook, part two were more personal questions I thought would be interesting. Mr. Harwell was more then happy to accomodate.
It seems like even though I’m not working in the traditional sense (i.e. I have no job right now), my time has been filled with other stuff and I’m busier then ever. No sweat, but I haven’t been giving my fellow bloggers, who I use for information on a regular basis, any love. So here’s a little.
I picked this up at Detroit Tigers Weblog. Fox Sports Net will be replaying the Tigers playoff wins so set your VCR. Billfer has also been doing a ton of work on examining how well (or not so well) the Tigers work the count and it’s impact. Good stuff.
And Detroit Tiger Tales has taken a fresh approach at rating fielders by combining several of the fielding metrics that out there. Curtis Granderson finished third last year in the centerfield category, which was ahead of gold glove mainstays like Mike Cameron and Jim Edmonds. Not too shabby for Granderson and some nice analysis by Lee Panas.