The San Francisco Giants are still battling for a playoff spot and the pressure might be starting to get to them. The Giants defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers yesterday in 13 innings 5-2 which leaves them 3 1/2 games behind the Dodgers. The team celebrated last nigh together but earlier that day, the mood was […]
San Francisco Giants pitcher Sergio Romo and coach Shawon Dunston had a heated exchanged during batting practice
Ron Washington held a press conference on Thursday to address his sudden resignation as manager of the Texas Rangers.
Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is 38 years old and knows that retirement is right around the corner. Ortiz has played well this season, but also realizes that his body is starting to wear down. And with the Red Sox out of playoff contention, Ortiz is starting to discuss his future.
Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington resigned abruptly on Friday citing an off-the-field personal matter. Washington didn’t give many details in his resignation statement other than making it clear that he wasn’t walking away because of “the disappointing performance of the team this season.”
As we all know, MLB commissioner Bud Selig will step down after this season. Even though his farewell tour hasn’t been as epic as Derek Jeter’s, some teams have shown their appreciation for Selig. None more so than the San Diego Padres.
When you think of former Atlanta Braves pitcher John Rocker, the first word that comes to mind is “controversy”. As we all know, Rocket made some disturbing comments in a Sports Illustrated article back in 1999 which still follows him to this day.
Miami Marlins’ outfielder Giancarlo Stanton will be a free agent in two years. For the Marlins organization, they will have to make a decision on signing Stanton to a long-term deal or trading him before he hits free agency.
The Toronto Blue Jays are making a final push to make it to the playoffs. So you know the pressure is probably very intense right now. Emotions and frustration boiled over after yesterday’s loss against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon is one of the most outspoken managers in the MLB. Yesterday, the Derek Jeter farewell tour came to St. Pete as the Rays hosted the Yankees. The anticipation for Jeter led to the Rays having a sell out crowd on hand.
This year’s version of the Los Angeles Dodgers loves to play around and have fun. If you have watched a Dodgers game recently, I’m sure you have seen their bubble machine. Anytime someone on the Dodgers hits a home run, the team gathers around the dugout and does a dance with the machine.