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Clark, the former National League slugger, says that Pujols’ former personal trainer told him a decade ago that Pujols used steroids. The trainer today denied it.
RotoExperts Breakdown This Week In Fantasy Baseball: Patrick Corbin, Brandon McCarthy, Justin Masterson & More
RotoExperts Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) and Pat Mayo (@ThePME) talk about pitchers Patrick Corbin, Brandon McCarthy, Jerome Williams, Justin Masterson, and Justin Verlander – looking at their year to date and their prospects going forward.
Giants And Tigers Announce Justin Verlander And Buster Posey Mega-Contracts, Remind Us That Contract Signings Are Incredibly Boring Events
The Tigers and Giants both had big contract news to announce today – the teams locked up stars Justin Verlander and Buster Posey, respectively, for a combined total of nearly $350 million. The news was so big, in fact, that the teams felt the need to commemorate it with photos. Those photos, though, only show that when it comes to these sorts of stories, pictures are worth significantly less than 1,000 words.
Earlier today, Hostess, the manufacturer of beloved food-like substances ranging from Twinkies and Ding Dongs to Wonder Bread, announced it was officially winding down operations, blaming a widespread strike that the bankrupt company said it couldn’t weather. This news took the internet by storm, because anything that makes people nostalgic takes the internet by storm. And sportspeople were far from immune. Evidence after the jump.
There was quite a bit of debate over who the most valuable player in the American League really was. After all the rabble, it was still a resounding win for Miggy, so why the beef, everyone? Read on and be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Onto our morning words of wisdom.
Things got crazy during Game 1 of the World Series. But that’s not all that was on athletes’ minds Wednesday night. Read on and be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.. Now, our morning words of wisdom.
The World Series waited until the bottom of the first inning before serving up its first surprise: Justin Verlander gave up a home run! GASP! Pablo Sandoval’s jack killed all the half- and full-chubs everybody in the baseball world had for Verlander. And that was just the first of three home runs he’s had on the night…so far.
Bill Plaschke, sports columnist for the LA Times who is somehow popular enough to deserve a check mark on Twitter and a frequent guest on ESPN’s Around The Horn, was at it again on yesterday’s show making sensational predictions about the Yankees-Tigers Game 3 ALCS showdown.
Watch the debate instead of sports last night? Well you didn’t miss quite as much as you would have by skipping the sports scene Monday night, but there was still some action – namely, playoff baseball – out there, so we’re here to tell you what you need to know. But if you want us to put all this information in a binder, it’ll cost you.