I don’t think I have ever seen a baseball player intentionally catch a pitch with his bare hands, but it has finally happened and there is video. As you can see from the above video a pitcher for some high school threw a wild pitch which was going to hit the right handed hitter, but
It’s time again to celebrate Friday and enjoy some outright nasty pitches. Every Friday we’ll review the top pitching GIFs of the week, featuring the best heaters and breaking pitches from all around the league. All GIFs courtesy of PitcherList.com, a terrific site for any baseball fan and a great Twitter follow for endless Pitching GIFs.
Entering 2015, everyone knew that the Kansas City Royals were a very talented and hungry team, evident from their incredible World Series run last fall, but no one knew what was coming in the season’s opening weeks.
The Mets beat the Braves 6-3 on Thursday morning and Bartolo Colon thoroughly embarrassed AJ Pierzynski in the process.
As Yankees beat writer Sweeny Murti so eloquently put it, the New York Mets are “tempting the baseball Gods” with an intriguing promotion for a series against their cross-town rivals.
Jack Carder was born with no fingers on his right hand. Recently, nonprofit organization e-NABLE and Siena College physics students were able to make Jack a cool 3-D printed prosthetic hand.
Several celebrities stopped by to announce tonight's #Dbacks starting lineup. https://t.co/1EK4uYQlbS — Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) April 23, 2015 Frank Caliendo brought his many impressions to Arizona to introduce the Diamondbacks lineup for the team’s game against the Texas Rangers.
With his 469th career HR, David Ortiz passes Chipper Jones for 32nd on the all-time list. pic.twitter.com/8YD89TJ6MK — Baseball Tonight (@BBTN) April 23, 2015 On Wednesday, David Ortiz managed to surpass Chipper Jones on the all-time home run list in the fifth inning of the Red Sox’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Legit snowing in Detroit. Great day for baseball. #tigers #Yankees pic.twitter.com/Yw78vlm3cF — JRSportBrief (@JRSportBrief) April 22, 2015 The Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees may be used to playing in some cold conditions but probably not at the start of the season.
Your browser does not support iframes. During the bottom of the ninth inning of yesterday’s Rangers-Diamondbacks game, Diamondback fans were given something to cheer about towards the end of their team’s 7-1 loss.
Ever since Kendrys Morales shattered his leg celebrating a walk-off home run in 2010, the walk-off home plate-touhching celebrations have been very minimal and risk-free.
Bryan Price averaged one curse per 3.7 seconds. How that compares to other infamous meltdowns: http://t.co/1SyDWRGALF pic.twitter.com/2rMbSpXupR — Brian Costa (@BrianCostaWSJ) April 21, 2015 Reds manager Bryan Price made headlines on Monday for an amazing f-bomb rich tirade that he leveled at the media.