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Derek Jeter, King Of The Number 2

You will not believe how many number twos are in this one picture…OR IS IT TWO PICTURES!?!? Just kidding — it’s one picture of Jeter with the number two all over it…


Phil Hughes Turns Down Half A Million (I’ll Take It)

I can’t say I’ve been a Phil Hughes fan the past few years. He was more promise than production with the Yankees, usually hurt, and only had a couple of relatively good years. And what does a crap career in pinstripes get you? An exile to Frostbite Falls (aka, the Minnesota Twins). But something strange happened on the way to Target Field: Hughes became a pitcher and a man.


Red Sox, Yankees Miss Playoffs – MLB Decides To Continue With Postseason Anyway

N.Y. Yankees - Derek Jeter, Getty ImagesThis will be the first postseason without the Red Sox or Yankees since the MLB Wild Card was instituted, back in 1994. Rumors that Major League Baseball is creating a ninth Wild Card spot for American League teams are unsubstantiated.


Some Genius Put His Derek Jeter Yankee Home Finale Upper Deck Ticket On StubHub for $15,000

If you’re interested in these tickets, there’s a bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you…


Keith Olbermann Goes All Baseball Nerd On Derek Jeter’s Farewell Tour

Everyone, just relax about Derek Jeter — the baseball oracle is here to enlighten us about how we should be honoring Jeter relative to his statistical contribution to the sport.


MLB Says They Will Speed Up Game, But We Don’t Believe Them

According to an MLB press release, Bud Selig has formed a committee with the purpose of putting together and implementing rules that would speed up the game. FINALLY.


Bryan Cranston Is ‘Baseball’

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…

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Giancarlo Stanton Takes Pitch To The Face, Leaves In Ambulance

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

A high-ranking female exec gets canned after Wilpon made it known he did not like that she had a baby living inside of her without a union blessed by Glorkax, space overlord and god of the universe.


Andrew Susac Got His First Big League Hit On May 22 — Despite Not Being Called Up Until September

andrew susacWe interrupt this opening day for the NFL season to bring you a statistical anomaly from the MLB. The kind that I live for.

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