This has probably happened in baseball before, but it’s still pretty cool.
The Drake and Meek Mill feud reached a new high when Drake dropped his “Back to Back” freestyle diss track early on Wednesday morning. However, while Drake’s evisceration of Meek Mill would have been good enough on its own, the Canadian rapper also included a sly and subtle sports dig at Mill with the track’s
Pirates rookie infielder Jung-Ho Kang delivered the biggest hit of his young big league career with a go-ahead solo homer in the top of the ninth inning in Minnesota.
As amazing as they are, we see diving catches and robbed home runs nearly every day. What Alcides Escobar and Omar Infante did Tuesday, though, threw something a little different into the day’s highlight reel. The Royals middle infielders combined for a spectacular play on a grounder by Indians catcher Roberto Perez. Infante ran to
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Shane Victorino struggled with injuries throughout most of his tenure with the Red Sox, but he still was a huge contributor when it mattered most. Boston traded the “Flyin’ Hawaiian” to the Angels on Monday for infielder Josh Rutledge. During his press conference, an understandably emotional Victorino broke down in tears when talking about his
The baseball world was alerted around 12:00 AM EST that Troy Tulowitzki had finally been traded. After being the subject of intense trade rumors over the last few years, the Rockies shortstop was leaving the only team he’s played for. Although no one was surprised that he finally got dealt, everyone was stunned where he
Mark Teixeira is having a great season and his team’s in first place, but you wouldn’t know that by watching him Monday night. The Yankees first baseman had a frustrating time at the plate. In the second inning, he hit a shot to center field but was robbed of a homer by Leonys Martin. When
Will Ferrell’s amazing 10-team spring training day back in March has produced some amazing things. There was Ferrell’s incredible Baseball Reference page that dryly detailed the actor’s long and trade-filled day. There were these 10 trading cards that Topps put together to honor Ferrell’s baseball journey: However, the best is yet to come. Ferrell’s MLB
Fans drive the financial success of sports, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some really crappy fans out there.
There aren’t many worse ways to lose a game than what the Delmarva Shorebirds experienced Sunday night. The Orioles’ Single-A affiliate trailed the Augusta GreenJackets (Giants affiliate) by one run with a man on in the top of the ninth. Elier Leyva hit what appeared to be a two-run shot to give Delmarva the lead,
If you can’t beat them (or get a hit off of them), trade for them. That’s apparently the motto for Cubs fans right now after Cole Hamels recorded his first career no-hitter at Wrigley Field on Saturday. In what might’ve been Hamels’ final start as a Phillie with the trade deadline one week away, the