- Rookie Hazing: New York Yankees Pop Stars Parade!
- Pic: St. Louis Cardinals website ‘moves’ team to NL WEST!
- Rookie Hazing: Colorado Rockies in Speedos!
- Video: Orioles Chris Davis Fouls a Ball into his Own Jersey!
- Hit the Deck: Twitter pix of the week: @Braves abs, ‘school’ supplies, purple kicks, @JDate
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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Major League Baseball created a funny commercial playing off of Colorado Rockies pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez unique name. Uh-oh. After 2010’s amazing season, during which Jimenez threw a no-hitter and was 15-1 at the All-Star Break, it was rather unimaginable the … Continue reading
During Thursday’s matinée between the Chicago Cubs and Milwaukee Brewers, a completely sober fan dropped his cell phone on the warning track at Miller Park. Fortunately, Brewers all-around good guy Ryan Braun not only retrieved the phone, but also put … Continue reading
When Mike Cameron homered in the eighth and ninth innings during the Florida Marlins 7-5 victory over the Washington Nationals, it gave him sole possession of a unique record. Cameron is the first player in major-league history with a multiple-home run … Continue reading
President Barack Obama welcomed the San Francisco Giants to the White House today. The 2010 World Series Champions were feted after Obama listed almost a half dozen San Francisco and California politicians, including the usual suspects, who shall remain nameless because they … Continue reading
Somehow you knew St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols was looking forward to Friday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, here are the amazing facts: 1) he was facing the National League team against which … Continue reading
I believe I’ve found my Halloween costume. The Memphis Redbirds will be wearing some freaky uniforms in a couple of weeks for a good cause. On Saturday August 13, the St. Louis Cardinals Triple-A affiliate will host Organ Donor Night … Continue reading
Boston Red Sox pitchers Josh Beckett, Tim Wakefield, Clay Buchholz and John Lackey make cameo appearances in the Kevin Fowler’s latest video, Hell Yeah, I Like Beer.” Check it out HERE.
No news that the Philadelphia Phillies trounced the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field this afternoon, 9-1. As we know, the Cubs tend to be the laziest team in baseball, completely obvious to the fact that people pay their hard-earned dollars … Continue reading
One of my favorite aspects of baseball is the way we dice and slice all sorts of individual and team statistics. Tuesday night Fox Sports Midwest noted the St. Louis Cardinals haven’t stolen a base since June 9 against the Houston Astros. … Continue reading
Sunday night, the Red Sox and Rays battled through 16 innings before Boston eked out a 1-0 victory. While many (at least for a while) were watching ESPN’s coverage, there was an alternative “broadcast” on Twitter courtesy of a Tampa … Continue reading
As part of their 80s Day promotion, the Oakland A’s honored Stanley Burrell, more commonly known as MC Hammer, prior to their series finale with the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday. Hammer, who has sold more than 50 million records worldwide, … Continue reading
Hit The Deck! All-Star break edition! Baseball’s tweeps go fishing, eat Cheetos and cry during the Home Run Derby While there was plenty of coverage around those who made the All-Star team and the game itself, here’s a peek inside how … Continue reading
After the Carlos Marmol and Kerry Wood surrendered six runs to the Florida Marlins in the top of the ninth to blow a 2-0 lead for the Chicago Cubs, it’s a wonder any fans would stick around Wrigley Field, especially … Continue reading
San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson always seems to make a fashion statement when you least expect it. Last night at the 19th Annual ESPYs Awards Ceramony, Wilson showed up in a penguin-themed spandex suit that basically only he could … Continue reading
Tonight Showtime debuts “The Franchise: A Season with the San Francisco Giants,” a new docu-series that follows the 2010 World Series champions as they defend their title in 2011. The eight-episode series covers the players, coaches, manager, front office and … Continue reading