Stuff You’ll Like: May 16
The Chiefs dropped a three-run decision to the Columbus Clippers last night in a high-scoring, crazy game two of the series.
Today’s stuff you’ll like:
*If you like addicting Internet games, you’ll love Geoguessr.
*Mr. Boswell from the Washington Post takes on the topic of Bryce Harper’s reckless abandon.
*The Toledo Blade’s John Wagner recaps a wild and wooly Mud Hen win. From the story–“You have to find things to hang your hat on — and build off them,” Mud Hens manager Phil Nevin said. “We’ve had a couple of two-game [winning] streaks and had things get away from us on that third day, and we very easily could have sunk back to that.”
*The Crunch were #ALLin when it came to short-handed goals last night.
Chief of the Day: Today, we salute an important member of the 1985 bullpen, Tom Henke. In Syracuse, Henke saved 18 games and allowed just 13 hits in 51 innings and a third. His ERA of 0.88 led the Chiefs. Henke went on to save 311 Major-League games. He’s one of 23 people ever to save 300 games in MLB.
It’s $5 a carload night at the ballpark. Chiefs and Clippers at 7 P.M.