Brandon Phillips Has A Few Things He Want Us To Know About The St. Louis Cardinals

Despite all of the doubters, which includes everyone that doesn’t live in the city of Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Reds have hung in there all season and they now find themselves in a pennant race with the St. Louis Cardinals. Even with the Reds stellar play, there was still a reason to doubt that this was […]

I Guess It Was Just Time For An Ozzie Guillen Rant

It’s been a while since Ozzie Guillen provided us with one of his rants. Because it’s been a while, one could only guess how antsy Guillen has been to get some things off his chance. This past weekend, Guillen finally took the time to discuss how he believes Major League Baseball treats Asian players better […]

Nationals Place Rookie Sensation On 15-Day DL

The Washington Nationals are playing it safe with their prized possession. After a scratched start on Tuesday due to inflammation in his throwing shoulder, rookie pitcher Stephen Strasburg was placed on the disabled list on Thursday morning. “If he’s 90 percent healthy, we shut him down,” Washington manager Jim Riggleman said. “He’s got to be […]

Fan Wearing LeBron’s Heat Jersey Caused Quite A Stir At Cleveland Indians Game

Fans in Cleveland are looking for any outlet to help them forget the pain of LeBron James stepping on their hearts on national TV. One of those outlets is going out to support their last place Cleveland Indians. So Clevelanders all flocked out to the ballpark expecting a nice, calm and poorly played baseball game, […]

The Florida Marlins Actually Thought That A Post Game Diddy Concert Would Help Ticket Sales

As we’re all aware, the Florida Marlins have a bit of an issue when it comes to selling tickets. No matter how good the team is, it seems that folks in Miami just don’t care to come out and support their team as they play other teams filled with players that they have traded away. […]

Let’s Take A Moment To Revisit A Few Of Lou Piniella’s Finest Moments

The news concerning Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella’s impending retirement at the end of the season came so swiftly yesterday that we were unable to muster a proper send off for Sweet Lou. Today is the day we’ll take care of that. As a Cubs fan, I’m kinda sad to see Lou go, but I […]

Report: Lou Piniella To Retire At The End Of The Season

Lou Piniella is retiring as manager of the Chicago Cubs effective at the end of the season, the Daily News has learned. The 67-year-old Piniella, who led the Cubs to NL Central division titles in 2007 and 2008, is in the last year of his contract and has endured a particularly stressful last two seasons […]

Report: George Steinbrenner Suffers Massive Heart Attack

New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner was reportedly rushed to the hospital this morning after suffering what is considered a “massive” heart attack. NEW YORK (WABC) — Eyewitness News has learned New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner has suffered a massive heart attack. Steinbrenner was rushed to St. Joseph’s hospital, and his condition is not […]

Fan Falls From Upper Deck At Rangers Ballpark

Scary scene last night during the Indians, Rangers game as a fan fell over the second deck reaching for a foul ball. ARLINGTON, Texas — A male spectator fell from the second deck onto the field level seats while leaning to catch a foul ball at Rangers Ballpark during the fifth inning of Tuesday night’s […]

Bobby Bonilla’s Retirement Plan Is Better Than Yours

Now don’t you go taking that title as me insulting your retirement plan because I’m not. I’m sure your retirement plan is solid. It’s just not as solid as former MLB player, Bobby Bonilla. And trust me, it hasn’t nothing to do with how financially savvy Bobby Bonilla is and everything to do with how […]