Poor A-Rod. It’s been a tough week. The Yankees announced he would officially be released following Friday’s game in Yankee Stadium. On top of that, Yanks manager Joe Girardi denied A-Rod’s request to play third base in his final game. At least he had a nice on-field ceremony with his friends and family to look
Tim Tebow just can’t give it up. Love him or hate him, you have to admire his level of motivation. After being cut from the Eagles last year, he has decided to turn his attention to pursuing a career in baseball. Despite not playing since 2005, he was an all-state baseball player in Florida. In
Zack Hample is the king of collecting baseballs at MLB games.
It’s a long distance to throw a ball for sure, but I don’t think there is any doubt who threw the better opening pitch.
Circle button!!! #RIPNCAAFootball https://t.co/A5jkXjl1Ma — Jim Weber (@JimMWeber) June 7, 2016 Elliott Avent may want to consider a career as a ninja after he calls it quits in baseball. The North Carolina State head coach went ballistic during the Wolfpacks’ elimination-game win in the NCAA Tournament on Monday night. In doing so, one umpire attempted
Rundowns tend not to work in the baserunner’s favor, but this was a major exception.
President Obama is the first American president to visit Cuba since 1928, which is pretty awesome.
The minor league baseball concessions arms race is reaching unhealthy and amazing levels.
Say what you will about hoverboards, but don’t tell me this D-III baseball umpire doesn’t look like the man riding one during a game.
Donning uniforms isn’t for everyone but appreciating the sheer beauty and magnificent designs of uniforms is definitely for everyone.
Sandy Koufax only played 12 big-league seasons (1955-66), two of which were partial seasons (1955-56), but the Brooklyn native managed to become one of the greatest players in MLB history.
Jesús Guzmán’s bat flip puts Jose Bautista and Yasiel Puig to shame.