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Eric Hosmer’s Profile Updated

Eric Hosmer's Under Armour Yard Mid and Deception DT Cleats

The 1st WPW follower in a League Championship series!  Check out his update here.

Victor Martinez’ Profile Added

Victor Martinez' Mizuno 9-Spike Advanced Swagger 2 Cleats

The AL MVP not named Trout, V-Mart had a career year at 35 and is fully fitted in Mizuno’s finest.  Check his profile out here.

Josh Harrison’s Profile Added

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Check out the game’s most versatile player here.

Jeter Announces New Player-to-Fan Website, “The Players Tribune”


Derek Jeter ended a 20 year Yankee career on Sunday.  At 40 years old, he’s been a Yankee Shortstop for half of his life, one of the most scrutinized jobs on Earth.  You’d think maybe a week’s vacation would be in order?

Na, Jeter tried the retired life on Monday.  It was boring.  So he started a media company yesterday.

“Introducing The Players’ Tribune, a new media platform that will present the unfiltered voices of professional athletes, bringing fans closer to the games they love than ever before. Founded by Derek Jeter, The Players’ Tribune aims to provide unique insight into the daily sports conversation and to publish first-person stories directly from athletes.”

From what it sounds like, Derek and his team are attempting to cut out “the middle man,” in this case the media, who so often fabricate controversy in the TMZ age of media.  Check out Jeter’s first post here.  Its worth reading.

The Players Tribune sounds awesome and I can’t help but see some parallels to WPW.  Our goal here, and I’ve said it before, is and will always be to cut out the marketing bullshit.  To eliminate the fluff.  So as a site with a similar philosophy, I really hope The Players Tribune succeeds.

P.S. Jeets, if you’re listening, I know of this great gear website that your readers would love (wink, wink).



Salvador Perez’ Profile Added


Nobody’s got a better set-up than Salvador Perez behind the dish.  Check it out here as we get ready for the Royals first playoff game since 1985!

Every Single Playoff Player that We’ve Profiled

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Of the 2014 playoff teams, here are the guys we’ve profiled.  There are 39 here, and Josh Harrison will be the 40th.  Some may be outdated and I’d love for you guys to let me know if you see something that needs to be changed:

Baltimore Orioles

Adam Jones

Manny Machado

Chris Davis

Nelson Cruz

Detroit Tigers

Miguel Cabrera

Justin Verlander

David Price

Anaheim Angels

Albert Pujols

Mike Trout

Josh Hamilton

Tyler Skaggs

David Freese

Oakland Athletics

Josh Reddick

Josh Donaldson

Brandon Moss

Kansas City Royals

Eric Hosmer

Alex Gordon

Raul Ibanez (from 2012 playoffs)

Washington Nationals

Stephen Strasburg

Bryce Harper

Ian Desmond

Ryan Zimmerman

St. Louis Cardinals

Yadier Molina

Los Angeles Dodgers

Clayton Kershaw

Matt Kemp

Hanley Ramirez

Yasiel Puig

Dee Gordon

Adrian Gonzalez (hitting only)

San Francisco Giants

Buster Posey

Tim Lincecum

Pablo Sandoval

Hunter Pence

Brandon Crawford

Joe Panik

Pittsburgh Pirates

Andrew McCutchen

Gerrit Cole

Pedro Alvarez

Gregory Polanco

Joe Panik’s Profile Added

Joe Panik's Louisville Slugger T141 Maple Bat

Three second basemen in Major League Baseball hit .300+ this season.  The first two are Jose Altuve and Robinson Cano.

Can you guess the 3rd?