Pitcher Lance McCullers made his major league debut for the Houston Astron on Monday night, and he went with a very bold choice of cleats.
Giancarlo Stanton is a grown ass man, and continues to hit home runs like one. On Saturday Stanton launched a ridiculous 478 foot home run at Marlins Park. The home run however wasn’t the best highlight as a fan stole a little of Stanton’s shine by somehow catching the blast barehanded with just his right
Paul Lukas over at Uni-Watch is on fire recently. Yesterday he gave the world the first look at the next NBA Christmas uniforms, and now he has a look at what could be the MLB 4th of July ball-caps could look like.
You have to give some props to this Cardinals fan who stormed the field at Busch Stadium on Monday night.
The Kansas City Royals have definitely had an eventful start to the 2015 season.
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.
The Orioles-White Sox game on Wednesday will go down as one of the most unique events in sports history, with not one single fan in attendance.
Baseball has been around for nearly 150 years and while you’d think the game had seen everything, Wednesday, April 29th brings something new.
The Nationals-Braves game on Tuesday was definitely one of the most entertaining games of the short 2015 season.
There is no denying that selfies have gotten a little out of hand.
Sure, there are still approximately 100 billion regular season baseball games to be played before the MLB playoffs. That doesn’t mean it’s ever too early to check in on the odds on the eventual World Series winner.
The Mets and Yankees might share a city but the rivalry is routinely passed over when discussing the most heated matchups in baseball.