Ninety-nine percent of people clicked on this link with the sole intention of watching Bartolo Colon hilariously lose his helmet for the millionth time and while that was half the intention of this brief showcase, please stay to enjoy highlights from others that most often misplace their helmet. But, of course, it’s only fair to
On Saturday one lucky fan made one of the better catches you will see this season on a Danny Santana foul ball.
😂. https://t.co/39FJ1oEfh2 #GotHeeem pic.twitter.com/dTFPKgGcwg — MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) May 20, 2016 Daniel Murphy is a savvy fielder, and also not too terrible at the plate. On Thursday night, Murphy faced his old team and got the better of Yoenis Cespedes. Check it out below as Neil Walker lined a single to right, and Daniel Murphy
You have to love the hands on this Phillies fan, and you know his wife is thankful.
On May 6, 1998 Kerry Wood joined Roger Clemens as the only pitcher to notch 20 strikeouts in a 9 inning game. He is also the last to accomplish the feat. He also did it as a rookie. Some say Wood’s 20K game is the best pitching performance of all-time. They are probably right. Wood’s
Your browser does not support iframes. Biloxi centerfielder Brett Phillips had a tough time when he came face to face with a possum on the warning track this weekend. The Brewers prospect thought he had everything handled until the possum told him that he did not. The result is a fantastic .GIF and some great
Thursday night it was announced Marlins star Dee Gordon will serve an 80-game suspension after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs, and Justin Verlander is none too pleased with the way the situation was handled.
Dioner Navarro had plenty of reasons to smile after the White Sox beat the Blue Jays on Wednesday. Melky Cabrera wasn’t one of them.
We often see highlights of fans making spectacular catches while holding anything from beer to babies, but this fan wasn’t as fortunate.
The Astros were down nine runs in the eighth inning Wednesday night against the Mariners, so they gave backup catcher Erik Kratz a shot to show off his stuff on the mound.
Chris Sale has been making hitters look silly so far this season, posting a 5-0 record with a 1.66 ERA.
Brandon Phillips had a rough day at the office on Monday.