The Ultimate Tale Of The Tape: Yankees Vs Phillies

After 4 months of games, most of which were unimportant, finally we’re down to 7 games of the utmost importance. In case you still haven’t figured out who you’re putting your money on during the World Series, which starts tomorrow so you need to figure it out pronto, we have put together an ultimate “tale […]

Jimmy Rollins Has A World Series Prediction He Wants To Lay On You

Jimmy Rollins dropped by the Jay Leno show to take part in Jay’s Ten@Ten segment. And he doesn’t leave until he lays down a pretty interesting prediction. And in other “player in the World Series on TV” news, Derek Jeter will drop by the show,“The Biggest Loser” tonight. Sadly, he won’t be making a prediction […]

Tony La Russa To Return To Cardinals And He’ Bringing Mark McGwire Along For The Ride

It’s going to be just like old times in St. Louis, presumably minus the steroid, as Tony La Russa has signed a one-year contract to return for his 15th season as Cardinals’ manager. And the icing on the cake is Mark McGwire will be joining him as hitting coach.  Something that La Russa has been […]

The Angels Stayed Alive Last Night And This Guys Had Fun In The Fountain

Jose Cerveza Cervera missed all the late inning fireworks from last night’s Angels, Yankees game. He was too busy being detained for enjoying the waterfall at Angels stadium. Surprisingly, alcohol has been ruled out. Which makes his actions all the more better. He was detained on a citizen’s arrest — likely by stadium personnel or […]

Mariano Rivera Breaks Out The Ol’ Spitball

Gather round old school baseball fans. We just may have found the last pitcher left in the game that throws spitballs. Those of you that were alive in the 1920′s remember the spitballs. They were nasty (so I’ve heard). Looks like Mariano Rivera has mastered the art of throwing spitballs. And to Angels’ fans, that may […]

Pay Close Attention, Charlie Manuel Is Teaching You How To Go All In

The Rockies defeated the Phillies 5-4 to even up their NL Division series at one apiece. The game itself was pretty eventful, but there is more to this series than the games. There are things to be learned. Cole Hamels gave instruction on why you probably shouldn’t pitch when you’re wife is due to go […]

The struggling Cabrera gets drunk, fights with wife

Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera was taken to Birmingham Police Dept. of Detroit on Saturday morning after authorities received a 6:00 am call. The call was made by Cabrera’s wife, Rosangel, who according to reports suffered facial injuries from the incident. Miguel Cabrera’s BAC was .26, more than three times the legal limit and was […]

A Q&A Roundtable With TBS MLB Game Analyst Buck Martinez

We’ve been given the opportunity to ramp up our MLB postseason coverage through a collaboration with TBS Hot Corner, the official home of TBS post-season coverage. As a part of our collaboration, we took part in a Q&A blog roundtable with TBS MLB Game Analyst Buck Martinez. Coverage begins on October 7th. Until then, make […]

Pedro Martinez Headed To The Bullpen In The NL Division Series?

It’s time for Charlie Manuel to set his starting pitching rotation for the NL division series. And if the Phillies draw the Rockies in the 1st round, Pedro Martinez may be the odd man out. The manager said before last night’s game against Houston that if Colorado is the Phillies’ opponent in the National League […]

Bronson Arroyo Assures Us That He Didn’t Rub Those Balls With Pine Tar

We have controversy! And who doesn’t love controversy? After last night’s game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Cincinnati Reds, John Smoltz complained that he couldn’t get a good grip on any of the balls. His grip was so bad, he walked five batters in the second and third innings alone. His counterpart, Reds’ […]

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