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Boston Red Sox
Colin Cowherd Calls Out ESPN Producers, Red Sox Fans For Pushing Baseball On Us When We Actually Want Football Coverage
If you’re an MLB ballboy or ballgirl, the best you can hope for is a quick 15 minutes of fame on SportsCenter. Typically, said 15 minutes rolls around thanks to a sweet highlight reel catch of a foul ball down one of the base lines. Then there’s the exception to that rule, where a ballboy/ballgirl accidentally fields a baseball that is in play.
A foul pop-up into the stands caused temporary chaos in the Red Sox announcers’ booth Wednesday night, as a female fan in the front row decided to tuck her souvenir ball into her bra — and the sequence was caught on camera — leading broadcasters Jerry Remy and Don Orsillo to giggle uncontrollably and dip into silence for the next 37 seconds.
Tampa Bay Rays senior advisor Don Zimmer died at the age of 83 Wednesday, after being hospitalized for heart surgery in mid-April. Since 1954, Don Zimmer has been a part of Major League Baseball in some fashion, whether as a player, a manager, a coach or an advisor.
Flipping your bat after a monster home run in a minor-league game is only one way you can teach these young players how to play the game right. We give you the entire course description on “The Manny Being Manny Baseball Tutorial.”
A human’s quest for a $5 baseball once again ends in pain and humiliation. When will we learn?
Used for a Saturday Evening Post cover in 1957, the painting has been in a private collection since 1986.
Some players being cool with a weird substance on the pitcher’s hand doesn’t mean we should change the league’s drug policy. But it’s strange that this form of cheating gets a pass, while other forms mean season-long bans and scorn.
The White House officially voiced its displeasure with David Ortiz’s photo with the President on Tuesday, which turned out to be be a promotional ploy for Samsung. What a very Yankees thing for Big Papi to do.
— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) March 26, 2014
Whoa … that’s some Apollo Creed-lookin’ clothes right there, my friend. And now about a dozen Minor League teams have an idea for Fourth of July-related special jersey promotions.