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Saturday, November 1, 2014


Jose Canseco shares photo of hand with four fingers

Jose Canseco accidentally blew off his finger while cleaning his gun on Tuesday, and somehow the brainiac lived to tell about it. Canseco was so proud of his wound that he posted a photo to Twitter on Wednesday of his new hand configuration. The former MLB slugger just hopes he’ll be able to keep his…Read More

Report: Cubs tell Rick Renteria they are talking to Joe Maddon

The Chicago Cubs are looking to hire Joe Maddon, and they have reportedly been honest with their current manager about their intentions. According to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com, the Cubs have informed manager Rick Renteria that they are exploring the possibility of hiring Maddon. Previous reports indicated that the Cubs have left Renteria in the…Read More

Jose Canseco shot his finger off while cleaning his gun

Jose Canseco underwent surgery after accidentally shooting his finger off while cleaning his gun on Tuesday. 13 Action News in Las Vegas says police were called to Canseco’s home Tuesday afternoon after being told the former AL MVP shot himself in the hand. Canseco’s fiancee, Leila Knight, told TMZ that Canseco was cleaning his gun…Read More

Yordano Ventura writes tribute to Oscar Taveras on hat

Yordano Ventura showed his support for countryman Oscar Taveras by writing visible messages on his hat and cleats for Game 6 of the World Series on Tuesday. Taveras, a 22-year-old prospect from the St. Louis Cardinals organization, tragically died on Sunday after crashing his car in the Dominican Republic. His 19-year-old girlfriend was a passenger…Read More

Jake Peavy, Jon Lester interested in Cubs

The Chicago Cubs are a team on the rise, and two of the top free agent pitchers have interest in being part of the team’s resurgence. Jake Peavy expressed interest in the Cubs while speaking with the Chicago Sun-Times’ Gordon Wittenmeyer, and the pitcher also said Jon Lester, his former Red Sox teammate, is interested…Read More

Max Scherzer bought Rolex watch for Brayan Pena

Brayan Pena, who spent the 2014 season with the Cincinnati Reds, was one of the Detroit Tigers’ catchers last year during Max Scherzer’s 21-3 Cy Young Award-winning season. One year later, Pena has been rewarded for the role he played. On Monday, Pena received an engraved Rolex watch in the mail. He told The Detroit…Read More

Yordano Ventura dedicating Game 6 to Oscar Taveras

Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura will try to keep his team’s season alive when he takes the mound on Tuesday night. Like many others, Ventura will be playing with a heavy heart. Ventura has dedicated his Game 6 start against the San Francisco Giants to the late Oscar Taveras, the 22-year-old St. Louis Cardinals…Read More

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