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When the Phillies broadcasting crew was told they’d be calling yesterday’s game against the Braves from centerfield, Tom McCarthy never thought he’d be making a highlight reel play during the game. In fact, he said after the game that he only brought his mitt as a joke to play up the fact that the trio was calling the game from the stands. It sure came in handy when Freddie Freeman’s homer came right at him.
Last week, I shared the “5 Worst Closer Songs of 2014,” which was an awful lot of fun, and forced me to watch a video of a breakdancing mouse more than I ever wanted to. So this week, we’re switching it up – what are the five best closer songs of 2014?
One of the Colorado Rockies’ top pitching prospects, RHP Daniel Winkler, will undergo Tommy John (reconstructive elbow) surgery. A young Tommy John is pictured here, talking about his injury with the doctor who invented the surgery, Dr. Frank Jobe.
Usually, stadium renderings look like wide shots from shitty sci-fi TV shows like Stargate — these look like the paintings hanging in your aunt’s upstairs bathroom.
— Mike Conti (@MikeConti929) April 9, 2014
Home of the Braves. Where they do not appreciate Obama.
Dan Uggla’s Relatively Modest Home Is Going Up For Sale Because He’s Owed $29 Million And Sucks At Baseball
There have been worse reason to have to move, but shame is near the top of the list. Check out a slideshow of his pad, plus where we think he’s headed next.
Who’s paying for it? Where is it going? What will it look like? How can the city afford to build a two new stadiums in the next few years? Why is everyone yelling?
If you hit a home run and then get ejected before you touch home plate, should the run count? The umpires at tonight’s Brewers-Braves game say yes.