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By now, you’ve probably read all about the controversy from last night St. Louis Cardinals-Atlanta Braves game involving questionable use of the infield fly rule. Come to find out, we should have been prepared for this sort of incident all along.
Miguel Cabrera is (unofficially) your first Triple Crown winner in 45 years. It was the capstone on an enthralling final day of the 2012 MLB season. Read more after the jump.
Congratulations, Pittsburgh Pirates! Last night, you clinched (doesn’t sound like the right verb to use here) your 20th consecutive losing season with a 4-3 loss to the Cincinnati Reds, your 83rd this year! And what better way to celebrate two decades of complete futility than with a video montage? Everyone loves a video montage.
It’s a rough economy, folks. That means job security is at a premium for plenty of hard working ‘Muhricans, not the least of whom is Bobby Valentine. The Red Sox skipper, by just about everyone’s estimations, had a disappointing first season in Boston, but there’s no universal consensus that he won’t be back in the Fenway home dugout next season. That’s because Bobby himself thinks he’ll be wearing BoSox fatigues again in 2013.
Former Dodgers closer Eric Gagne, the consummate Canadian he is, recently came out with a French-language book where he alleged that 80 percent of his teammates were using steroids. Gagne, who himself as admitted to steroid use, also confided that he went through five cycles of steroid use throughout his career.
In case you missed it, which you probably did not, the Mets have been absolutely horrendous the second half of this MLB season. Nothing out of the ordinary for the Mets, who have made sputtering after the All-Star break something of an art the last five years. But just how drab and dreary is it over at Citi Field? What kind of a ghost town has Flushing turned into? Read more after the jump.
In 2007, Keith Hernandez’s mustache was voted the best mustache in sports history by the American Mustache Institute. Apparently, there’s no sanctity in winning such an honor, because â like our greatest nightmares come to life â Keith is going to go ahead and shave his mustache. It’s going to look something like the picture to the left, and it’s going to be terrifying.
These days, if you’re a Red Sox player you’d make up just about any excuse to get yourself out of having to play baseball. Lucky for Dustin Pedroia, his wife Kelli was going into labor with the couple’s second child. Watch him get the news from Bobby V, after the jump.
Even though the Yankees beat the Red Sox 5-4 Wednesday night to maintain a first-place tie in the AL East, it wasn’t all pretty for the struggling Bombers. Derek Jeter has added injury to insult to injury. It isn’t pretty, Yankee fans.