This cameraman during Friday’s game between the Rangers and Orioles deserves a pay raise. Rangers catcher Chris Gimenez hit a solo homer to put Texas ahead 2-1, but the true highlight was the ball hitting the cameraman right in the shoulder as kept doing his job and refused to move out of the way. Now
The Dodgers and Cubs squared off on Friday night and it took a backseat to some great news. The Dodgers announced during the second inning that longtime announcer Vin Scully would be returning next year. It will be his 67th season in the booth for the Dodgers, and we couldn’t be more happy for him.
If you are confused, you are not alone. Check out Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier showing off some of his flexibility while hanging on the center field wall during Friday nights game. The Rays would eventually lose to the Royals, but at least this video won the evening.
The 2015 Chicago Cubs are having their best season in quite some time, and now they have another reason to celebrate. Some Internet genius took the intro from the old show ‘Perfect Strangers’ and added in some great Cubs footage from this season. The result is nothing short of Internet gold, especially if you are
One of the most under-appreciated aspects of baseball is a well-executed bat flip after a big hit. While it might piss off the whitey-tighty-wearing baseball purists, it’s a total boss move and one that is always an easy way to earn style points.
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This might be one of the most bad ass highlight videos of all-time. Seriously. ALL. TIME.
Your browser does not support iframes. The New York Mets somehow pulled off one of the best defensive plays we have seen this year in the 10th inning on Tuesday night. You have to see it to believe it.
Miguel Sano hit a ball on Thursday night that might’ve been one of the longest home runs in MLB history.
Derek Jeter is tricking everybody nowadays.
The most basic lesson taught to Little Leaguers is to yell “I got it!” on fly balls, but even the Major Leaguers forget that sometimes.
Most outfielders would feel the need to rush and gun a runner out as quickly as possible. Starling Marte takes a different approach. Adeiny Hechavarria rounded second and was hustling toward third, but Marte wasn’t worried in the slightest. He took his sweet time and threw Hechavarria out with what could be argued as the