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Minor League Baseball
This sounds pretty good, until you realize that two of the rejected choices for the new name were Tire Jacks and Canal Rats … both far superior.
This Minor League Pitcher Was About To Have His Head Taken Off… But Then Made This Sick Catch Instead
Holy SHI– Oh, he’s fine. Awesome catch, man. [Big League Stew]
Minor League Baseball Fan Makes Diving Catch Into Metal Fence, Walks It Off Like A Champ, Gets The Girl
Minor League Baseball Team To Have Dollar Weiner Night In Honor Of The Anthony Weiner Sexting Scandal
On Thursday night, the Richmond Flying Squirrels will sell
hot dogs weiners for a dollar a piece in honor of politician Anthony Weiner’s sexting scandal, which involved his… weiner. But the fun doesn’t stop there. They’re getting Tiger Woods and Brett Favre involved too.
Bases loaded. Two outs. Ninth inning. Tie game. Batter hits a walk-off single. His team lost the game. Read on to find out how this madness happened.
The Saint Paul Saints, the American Association baseball team that once gave out Sen.Larry Craig bobblefoot dolls after Craig allegedly solicited sex in an airport, is holding an “Umpireless Game” on May 11. Instead of umpires, the Saints and Gary SouthShore Railcats will play the game with a judge behind home plate, and some calls will be decided by a jury made up of Little Leaguers.
A Rays Minor League Outfielder Has Been Suspended 50 Games For Refusing To Take A Drug Test That Could Have Led To A 50-Game Suspension
Outfielder Cody Rogers was a 7th round draft choice of the Tampa Bay Rays in 2009, and has yet to break through to the majors. The 24-year-old batted .244 this past season for the Charlotte Stone Crabs, a Rays Single A affiliate, with 4 HRs, 38 RBIs and 39 runs scored. He is also a man who refuses to take required drug tests and has been suspended 50 games.
One of the reasons I love baseball is because it is the ultimate everyman sport. You can take as little care of yourself as David Wells, and still make millions of dollars a year as an “athlete” because all you have to do is hurl a ball 95 mph or hit it 410 feet. That’s why I absolutely adore 350-pound pitcher Jose “Jumbo” Diaz for stealing third base. Watch the big fella go, after the jump.