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Sunday, March 1, 2015


B.J. Upton to go by Melvin Upton Jr. this season

The Atlanta Braves would love to unload outfielder B.J. Upton in the wake of two horrendous seasons. Instead, the team will have to settle for a change in identity from the 30-year-old. Upton, who has batted an abysmal .196 since the Braves signed him in 2013, has announced that he will be going by his…Read More

Danny Almonte thinks race possible factor in Jackie Robinson West losing title

If there’s anyone who knows about Little League Baseball scandals, it’s Danny Almonte. In 2001, Almonte dominated during the Little League World Series, throwing a perfect game and no-hitter. The problem was he was 14 years old competing against 11-year-olds. Almonte’s story was highlighted by ESPN in a 30 for 30 short film that’s worth…Read More

Pablo Sandoval responds to criticism of unflattering photo

A few days ago, Pablo Sandoval was photographed at Red Sox camp in a pose that did not appear to show him the best of shape. Of course, his physical conditioning has been a topic of discussion for much of his career. However, that didn’t stop the Red Sox from offering Sandoval $95 million over…Read More

Jay Z confused David Wells for Curt Schilling, asked him about bloody sock

Jay Z made quite the blunder at the SNL40 afterparty Sunday. According to former New York Yankees pitcher/current YES Network broadcaster David Cone, the rapper/business mogul confused David Wells for Curt Schilling. Cone and Wells attended the afterparty and Cone shared the funny story on Twitter Wednesday. Funniest story of the afterparty was when Jay…Read More

Cole Hamels wants trade to team where he can win

Cole Hamels is not demanding a trade from the Phillies, but he would like them to send him to a contender. Hamels has been the subject of trade speculation all offseason but still remains with Philly. On Wednesday he spoke with USA Today’s Bob Nightengale and expressed a desire to be dealt. “I just want…Read More

Pablo Sandoval looking fat in spring training photo

Pablo Sandoval reported to camp at Fort Myers, Fla., on Tuesday to begin the first chapter with his new team, and he presented the same issues for the Red Sox that he did with the Giants: his weight. Sandoval, who signed a five-year, $95 million deal with the Red Sox over the offseason, showed up…Read More

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