On Wednesday, Sotheby’s put an incredible 1967 Mets bullpen cart up for auction.
It’s almost Opening Day, so it’s a pretty good time to take a look at some baseball predictions, courtesy of a video game console, that will 100% come true. All of them. After all, computers are way smarter than you. MLB 15: The Show hit the market yesterday and, being a big baseball fan and avid gamer, I picked
As a resident of the Bay Area, I can tell you that rent applications tend to get a little crazy around here. Combine that with the area’s love of dogs and stories like this are not unusual.
Your browser does not support iframes. It’s not too often you get to see a baseball player shatter his lumber and launch a monstrous home run in the same swing, but Mike Napoli was able to accomplish that feat on Monday night.
Your browser does not support iframes. The Cleveland Indians decided to make their own Mean Tweets segment and while the tweets themselves weren’t the funniest zingers in the world, the team did the best that they could with the material they were given. After watching the whole thing, it’s hard not to feel bad for
What the batter sees. pic.twitter.com/EFGqRq8mlf — Matt Lisle (@CoachLisle) March 27, 2015 A few days ago, hitting coach Matt Lisle posted this really cool infographic that shows how batters are able to identify certain pitches within the blink of an eye.
Belmont is considered far from a Division-I baseball powerhouse but the small Nashville school is suddenly making the rounds amongst the big boys this week.
No word on whether Jose's car is still at short. #TribeSpring pic.twitter.com/2Nh4nSOb2c — Cleveland Indians (@Indians) March 26, 2015 On Thursday, the Cleveland Indians proudly showcased a prank that the team played on shortstop Jose Ramirez.
The escalation in ridiculously gut-busting ballpark food is quickly becoming the most entertaining aspect of the upcoming baseball season and the Houston Astros have engineered a marvel in fried goodness that could go toe-to-toe with any nachos on a stick or Churro dog.
David Ortiz penned an essay in The Players Tribune this week opening up about PED testing in baseball and the suspicions that have constantly surrounded him throughout his career.
It only took a scant 39 years — and exactly 15 years after its demolition — but the Kingdome, the hideous mound of concrete where CenturyLink Field stands today, has finally been paid off.
On Wednesday, Andrew McCutchen unveiled a brand new hairstyle that did away with eight years worth of hair. As promised, McCutchen’s locks have been collected by the MLB and they have been put up for auction. Bidders can bid on anywhere between one and 10 locks and each winning bid will also get a signed