Blogroll Round Up: June 2011, Week 3

Shane Victorino, seen here playing catch with Geoff Jenkins in 2008, has been among the Phillies' best hitters since 2007. Photo by Ian Riccaboni.

Some really great stuff posted this week on blog roll sites:

PhilliesRelated

Dave Cameron of FanGraphs argued today that Shane Victorino is better than Ryan Howard.

Friend of Live From Upper Gwynedd Bill Baer of Crashburn Alley had a series of killer features. Baer points out Shane Victorino has been the backbone of the Phillies offense, explored the candidacy of a Cole Hamels AS Game Start, and explored why sticking with your starter late in the game with a big lead isn’t always the best move.

Phillies Nation and Phoul Ballz contributor Jay Floyd explored what it means for Scott Mathieson to become a starter again in Triple A.

Michael LoRe of the Express-Times covered what was a very busy June 16 for several Phillies minor leaguers.

Friends and Family

MarathonMeryl enjoyed the Bruins Stanley Cup parade and celebrated World Refugee Day today.

My sister in-law Nacole Riccaboni nails nursing down to two brightly-colored-covered books.

Chiara Atik explores why breakfast is a better date than dinner and struggled with the age old question: are emoticons too girly for guys?

And Rob Doughtery explains why Rory is the greatest golfer in the history of the PGA tour. Ok, maybe not.

What Makes Me Laugh

AFP posted this.

CakeWrecks showcased the worst in tie-themed Father’s Day cakes. My favorite is the thin, brown tie.

And Wrestlecrap‘s RD Reynolds explains why a 400+ lbs man in a tie-dyed onesie playing a WWF-shaped guitar probably isn’t going to be the next Hulk Hogan.

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