Miguel Sano hit a ball on Thursday night that might’ve been one of the longest home runs in MLB history.
Walk-off home runs, walk-off walks, and even walk-off balks are more common than the type of game-winner that took place during Ida Legion Post 514’s game Sunday.
Will Buser made the most of his moment in the spotlight.
An outfielder in Taiwan got hilariously lucky when he made a circus catch against the EDA Rhinos. The Lamingo Monkeys center fielder dropped the ball before having it bounce off of his body four times and somehow catching it with his bare hand. The catch was amazing, but the hitter’s dumbfounded reaction takes the cake.
There is not one single reason why a baseball player should have a routine like this.
The concept behind Straight Outta Cooperstown is so simple and ingenious, it’s a small miracle that it hasn’t been as wonderfully explored as it is in the aforementioned Tumblr blog.
Kevin Durant is looking healthy, but that doesn’t mean that he will be starting at center field anytime soon for a MLB team.
Managers are suppose to be the reasonable ones preventing their players from fighting, but instead were the instigators of a benches-clearing brawl in the Alaska Baseball League on Wednesday night. During the 14th inning of a game between the Peninsula Oilers and Anchorage Bucs, Bucs manager Mike Grahovac was tossed for arguing balls and strikes. As
Disappointments in the sports world might cause stress, lost wages and long work weeks, but they’re one of the many items that keep fans coming back to the unpredictable and unforgiving environment.
Steven Matz is making his MLB debut on Sunday and if one of the Mets prized pitching prospects is half as good at mowing down big league hitting as he is at spinning stuff, he’ll glide into Cooperstown.
Sonoma Stompers pitcher Sean Conroy made history by pitching a shutout on Thursday night, and he couldn’t have had better timing. Conroy is the first openly gay professional baseball player, thus making him the first gay player to throw a shutout. The 23-year-old struck out 11 batters and only allowed three hits in nine innings
Dexter Fowler might not have been able to spend Father’s Day with his adorable daughter Naya but the Chicago Cubs outfielder was able to give her something to cheer about.