- 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
Category Archives: Pitching
When the Toronto Blue Jays rallied from a 4-0 deficit to defeat Cliff Lee and the Philadelphia Phillies, it not only snapped Lee’s streak of 34 consecutive scoreless innings, but also marked the first time that Lee had lost a game in … Continue reading
In the how does this happen to a dedicated sports channel category, I nominate ESPN. Saturday afternoon ESPN’s scroll announcing that Justin Verlander had just thrown a no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Center in Toronto – identified … Continue reading
During Spring Training this March, San Francisco Giants ace Tim Lincecum’s delivery was captured in ultra slow motion using a Phantom Flex High Speed digital camera system. Very cool. He is a freak, in a good way! And, sorry, no … Continue reading
San Francisco Giants reliever Brian Wilson is challenged in this 2K11 Perfect Game Contest commercial by his alter-ego “Digital Brian”. Watch the end when “real” Brian reveals the reason why no one has touched “The Beard.”
San Francisco Giants Brian Wilson provides inspiration and practical tips, like lotsa snacks, while teasing us with the fact that we can’t use all that he is to pitch a perfect game for a cool million in the 2K11 video … Continue reading
Rookie hazing is back! Toronto Blue Jays rookie pitcher Kyle Drabeck thought he was just joshing with the guys during spring training workouts on a recent day in Dunedin, Florida. Little did he know that he was a victim of the good old … Continue reading
Answering casual baseball “fans” biggest complaint — that America’s pasttime moves too slowly, college baseball may have cracked the code. Last summer, NCAA Baseball Rules Committee enacted new rules that limit time between innings and pitches. According to Jeff Sackmann and Kent Bonham, … Continue reading