Bad Spring Training Twitpics
Everybody’s tweeting out lineup cards now and you know what? I’m fine with it. There’s something romantic and beautifully dated in this digital age about the lineup card. It strikes me as worth preserving for whatever reason. And better yet, it offers information during Spring Training when a writer decides to share it. With 314-player rosters, knowing which 9 will start that day is interesting.
But this is unacceptable. Can’t make out some of the names, it’s not framed well and Todd Rosiak couldn’t be bothered to take another stab. The lineup card twitpic has become a genre unto itself, and this was the worst I could find of it.

Everybody’s tweeting out lineup cards now and you know what? I’m fine with it. There’s something romantic and beautifully dated in this digital age about the lineup card. It strikes me as worth preserving for whatever reason. And better yet, it offers information during Spring Training when a writer decides to share it. With 314-player rosters, knowing which 9 will start that day is interesting.

But this is unacceptable. Can’t make out some of the names, it’s not framed well and Todd Rosiak couldn’t be bothered to take another stab. The lineup card twitpic has become a genre unto itself, and this was the worst I could find of it.