Starship Dee Dee. Based on a bit off s2e1 of Limmy’s Show.

Starship Dee Dee. Based on a bit off s2e1 of Limmy’s Show.

Infographic about Mark Teixeira and the value he (and players traded for him) have provided for teams. Full graphic here: http://flipflopflyin.com/flipflopflyball/info-teixeira.html

Infographic about Mark Teixeira and the value he (and players traded for him) have provided for teams. Full graphic here: http://flipflopflyin.com/flipflopflyball/info-teixeira.html

Not really an infographic, but here’s something about Derek Jeter. http://flipflopflyin.com/flipflopflyball/dj-28thsept2014.html

Not really an infographic, but here’s something about Derek Jeter. 

Two snowmen

Ballpark on stilts
Killer Mike with yellow paint on his face

Killer Mike with yellow paint on his face

Infield (aprox. size 2 x 1.25 inches)

Infield (aprox. size 2 x 1.25 inches)

Naptime

Naptime

A short Northern story

A short Northern story

A wee trump

A wee trump

Two drawings of the areas between the foul poles at major league stadiums. I kinda like that this combines the idea of an infographic with “art.”

http://flipflopflyin.com/flipflopflyball/art-poles.html

Go for a walk on the moor. Feel the wind on your face. Clouds, grasses, heather, birds. Get away from the city, away from life. No cellphone reception, no scores, no line-ups, no statistics, no baseball. A break in the clouds, and the sun reveals the brightest of greens. And there, in the middle of that patch of green: a baseball game.
http://flipflopflyin.com/flipflopflyball/art-onthemoor.html

Go for a walk on the moor. Feel the wind on your face. Clouds, grasses, heather, birds. Get away from the city, away from life. No cellphone reception, no scores, no line-ups, no statistics, no baseball. A break in the clouds, and the sun reveals the brightest of greens. And there, in the middle of that patch of green: a baseball game.

http://flipflopflyin.com/flipflopflyball/art-onthemoor.html

Let’s make baseball longer and more boring

It seems like at least once a season, there will be a bevy of tedious articles where people flap their hands and faint like ladies in Victorian novels about the length of baseball games and how that means people will soon stop going to games and watching on the television. Baseball is long and boring, they say, something has to change! I say NO! It’s too short and not boring enough. MLB is not doing enough to stop people watching! This is my 20-point plan for making baseball better.

More: http://flipflopflyin.com/g/2014/09/lets-make-baseball-games-longer-and-more-boring