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This promo for TBS’ coverage of the 2014 MLB postseason is way too awesome for it to be a promo for TBS’ coverage of the 2014 MLB postseason. Watch Bryan Cranston’s transformation into the essence of a sport — and Ernie Johnson — inside…
Tonight the Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton was hit in the face by a pitch from the Brewers’ Mike Fiers. If you’re squeamish, don’t watch (although if the headline didn’t keep you from clicking…):
Mets Owner Jeff Wilpon Allegedly Fired An Ivy League-Educated Employee For Being Pregnant Out Of Wedlock
We interrupt this opening day for the NFL season to bring you a statistical anomaly from the MLB. The kind that I live for.
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.
If athletes are anything, they’re superstitious. Wade Boggs always ate chicken before a game (well, that and visited his mistress). Brian Urlacher eats two chocolate chip cookies before injuring people every Sunday. During playoff drives guys grow Amish-like beards. And if they play long enough, athletes cling to their uniform numbers and the luck they supposed bring them, even if it costs them.
For a team called the Angels, they sure are cursed. Remember how the season began? Hitting Coach Don Baylor fractured his femur catching (catching!) the ceremonial first pitch.