- Rookie Hazing: New York Yankees Pop Stars Parade!
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- Rookie Hazing: Colorado Rockies in Speedos!
- Video: Orioles Chris Davis Fouls a Ball into his Own Jersey!
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Monthly Archives: June 2011
Watch this Chicago Cubs fan (FULL VIDEO) in the Wrigley Field bleachers throw the San Francisco Giants Miguel Tejada’s home run ball back almost to the dugout during the first game of a day-night doubleheader. He almost hits Tejada between second … Continue reading
The Tampa Bay Rays were 0-6 against the Cincinnati Reds so far in interleague play. That all changed tonight, but it was a hard road for the Rays. After taking a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the eighth, the … Continue reading
Cirque du Solei performer flips before delivering the first pitch at Monday’s game between the San Diego Padres and Kansas City Royals at Petco Park. It’s strike! Sign him up
Here’s a preview of a must-see new reality series for baseball fans: “The Franchise: A Season with the San Francisco Giants” will debut on Showtime July 13. The most iconic personality on the team is Giants reliever Brian Wilson, the face and beard of the … Continue reading
The Philadelphia Phillies iconic mascot, the Phillie Phanatic, made a rare visit to team’s Triple-A club, the Allentown IronPigs – my favorite team name this season. And it’s no wonder the big green thing probably prefers the safety of a big ballpark … Continue reading
This video captures one of the reasons why I love minor league baseball – stupid human tricks. Fan participation on such a goofy, yet creative way, has been mastered by the marketers of minor league teams. The Triple-A New Orleans … Continue reading
The Detroit Tigers Justin Verlander extended his incredible run with eight shutout innings and 14 strikeouts leading the Tigers to a 6-0 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks. Verlander has won his last six starts, allowing a total of four runs and 35 … Continue reading
A couple of nights ago at Fenway Park, a “lucky” Boston Red Sox fan caught a foul ball by the San Diego Padres Nick Hundley in his beer cup. Just one tiny problem: the cup was in his lap and … Continue reading
The Crosstown Rivalry usually brings some memorable moments. Last year, it was Chicago Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano’s meltdown. Monday night, it was time for the Chicago White Sox turn to get in the spotlight, courtesy of their lovable, but hot-headed … Continue reading
Can the Chicago Cubs really get rid of the infamous Billy Goat Curse? Remember this is the team that is marketing with the slogan (oxymoron): “It a Way of life (TM)” – using the iconic (and rarely used) “W” flag … Continue reading
If you think major league baseball road trips are boring, think again. The super-sly and incredibly clever Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon keeps his team loose by incorporating a few themed trips every season. The ever-inventive Maddon had his team dress in Western … Continue reading
A bizarre post-game interview with Nyjer Morgan after he helped the Milwaukee Brewers rally from a 6-2 deficit Wednesday night.
Even the introduction of the humidor in 2002, hasn’t stopped the never-say-die attitude of the Colorado Rockies. Led by Troy Tulowitzki’s four RBI, the Rox defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers, 9-7, Thursday night after trailing by four runs in the … Continue reading
The third in the hilarious series of New Era Commercials featuring diehard New York Yankees fan Alec Baldwin and Red Sox fanatic, actor John Krasinski from The Office, is out. Krasinski decides to surprise Baldwin with a gift for a … Continue reading
Bryce Harper, last year’s number one overall pick by the Washington Nationals, is in trouble. The outfield prospect who plays for the Class A Hagerstown Suns, hit a home run, flipped his bat, trotted around the bases, and then blew … Continue reading