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We’ve all experienced an instance where our team gets screwed over by some seemingly arbitrary rule that was made up by some bureaucrat that tried to make life easy and objective for the officials and sports’ governing bodies. Eff that, I say.
Rookie of the Year candidate Jacob deGrom made it into the baseball history books when he opened a game against the Miami Marlins with eight consecutive strikeouts, tying an MLB record and setting a new Mets franchise record.
With Rob Manfred coming into the league and replacing Bud Selig heading into next season, Rose says that he hopes the new commissioner will give him a second chance and reverse the ban.
They say that every great baseball play needs just a little bit of luck. They don’t actually say that, but if they did, it would work really well for the purposes of this post, so let’s just pretend that’s a baseball-ism.
Yesterday, a fan at Fenway Park showed off his cat-like reflexes and fielding ability as he snagged two foul balls bare-handed in the same game.
The Savannah Sand Gnats, a Single-A affiliate of the New York mets in the South Atlantic League, are either really into men’s health awareness or in desperate need of fans.
After an owner’s meeting and an election, Rob Manfred, the MLB Chief Operating Officer, has been elected as the incoming commissioner to replace Bud Selig as his retirement nears. You’ve all heard Manfred’s name tossed around in talks about Selig’s predecessor, but we’ll give you a better idea of who he is as we await the second recent commissioner change in major sports.