Ozzie Guillen’s Son Takes To Twitter To Respond To Bobby Jenks’ Comments About His Father

Former White Sox closer Bobby Jenks decided that after leaving Chicago for Boston, it was finally time to air out some dirty laundry from his time in Chicago. Laundry that made Jenks declare that he “was looking forward to playing for a manager who knows how to run a bullpen.” Presumably, Ozzie Guillen would take […]

Derek Jeter Didn’t Like The Fact That His Outrageous Contract Demands Became Public

You know how I feel about this, so need to even head done that road again. The road we will travel though is the one where Derek Jeter becomes angry because he never wanted all of us to know that he was asking the Yankees to severely overpay him. TAMPA – Derek Jeter had 51 […]

Jeter May Get More Money

According to an anonymous source close to the Yankees organization, the New York Yankees have increased its offer to SS Derek Jeter. The Yankees offered the 36-year-old star a 3-year/$45M deal but the has not been accepted. Jeter is the Yankees all-time leader in hits and has the more hits than any SS in MLB […]

The New York Post Photoshops Derek Jeter In A Red Sox Uniform

Nothing new has really happened in this story. Derek Jeter wants to be really overpaid; the Yankees just want to overpay him. So since you are all well aware on my stance on the situation, let me give you my conspiracy theory about the New York Post’s photoshop job. They want the Red Sox to […]

Josh Hamilton wins AL MVP

Texas Rangers left fielder, Josh Hamilton, was selected as the AL’s 2010 MVP earlier today. Hamilton, who has a had a tumultuous career, was the the number one overall draft pick in the 1999 MLB Draft. By 2001, less than two years later, he was out of baseball due to drug and alcohol addiction. Since […]

The Yankees Are Going To Let Derek Jeter Try And Find A Better Offer Than Theirs (He Won’t Find One)

I’ve longed loathed Derek Jeter, merely because I believe him to be one of the most overrated players to play the game of baseball. You may or may not agree with me and that’s ok. Today isn’t about his overratedness. Today is about how Jeter apparently thinks that he still should be able to throw […]

If You Know Of Any Women Who Want To Be A Live-In Personal Assistant, Please Let Coco Crisp Know

Now, before you send this on to your friends or begin to spruce up that resume, it has to be stated that we really have no way of knowing if the Covelli Crisp that created this Craigslist ad is the same Covelli Crisp that plays for the Oakland A’s. Not that that actually matters. Because […]

Apparently Watching Alex Rodriguez Work Out Is The Thing To Do For Middle-Aged Women In New York

The city of New York is filled with busy people that are busy being busy. But there seems to be a contingent of New Yorkers that aren’t so busy. In fact, this contingent has so much time on their hands that they routinely rush down to a local gym to watch Yankees star Alex Rodriguez […]

Sparky Anderson Passes Away At Age 76

Hall of Fame manager Sparky Anderson, who directed Cincinnati’s Big Red Machine to back-to-back World Series championships and went on to win another title in Detroit, died Thursday. He was 76. Anderson died from complications from dementia, family spokesman Dan Ewald said. A day earlier, Anderson’s family said he had been placed in hospice care. […]

Former MLB Manager Sparky Anderson Placed In Hospice Care

Some sad news coming is coming out of California about Hall of Fame manager Sparky Anderson. According to his family, Anderson has been placed in hospice care because of his worsening dementia. Here’s a statement from the family: Hall of Fame Manager Sparky Anderson has been placed in the care of hospice for complications resulting […]