As much as I love the words 'pitchers and catchers report' -- it's usually followed by 'now what?—
Eye on Baseball (@EyeOnBaseball) February 20, 2012
Spring Training feels like Groundhog’s Day sometimes. The same thing over and over and over again. After awhile, it has to be monotonous for coaches, players, media and maybe some fans, doesn’t it.
Guy A is throwing batting practice today. He looked good.
Guy B signing autographs for fans. What a guy.
Guy C hitting bombs out of the ballpark. He hit a (insert object or vehicle name here).
And that is just on Twitter. Can you imagine actually having to cover it as a baseball writer? I can’t. Someone might find a way to make it entertaining based on the pictures you tweet like this:
M's fans owe @gbakermariners a debt of gratitude for pics like this one. People, dirt, lights, the works. badspringtrainingtwitpics.tumblr.com/post/179664118…—
ST Twitpics (@STtwitpics) February 20, 2012
If you go to the site, there are some good pics but there are also some perhaps not so good ones….with some entertaining commentary thrown in.
My favorite today would have to be from the Seattle Times’ Geoff Baker and this (keep in mind the Mariners train in Arizona):
Welcome to my nightmare http://t.co/qaCOdsZz—
Geoff Baker (@gbakermariners) February 20, 2012