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Friday, January 30, 2015


Rangers Fan Who Fell Has Broken Ankle, Fractured Skull

There was a time-stopping moment in Arlington on Tuesday night when a Rangers fan fell from the upper deck trying to grab a foul ball. I’ve always wondered how it doesn’t happen more frequently given how low the railings at most parks are. Even though the fan fell 20 feet, he appears to be in…Read More

Players Don’t Like When Things They Say Or Do Turn Into Shirts

I’ve started to pick up on a somewhat of a theme over the past few weeks.  For whatever reason, MLB players don’t seem to like when things they say end up as catch phrases on t-shirts.  I’m not sure if it’s because they want a cut of the profits, they’re embarrassed by the attention, or…Read More

Minor Leaguer Throws a Nutty

What better way to bring in the 4th of July weekend than with an old-fashioned baseball meltdown?  Ironically, this particular meltdown — thrown by Sioux City Explorer DH Ray Serrano — occured at the Wichita Wingnuts home stadium, the same ballpark where Kash Beauchamp threw one of the most famous spazzes of all-time.  While Serrano…Read More

Laziness the Root of Matt Kemp Benching

It feels like we just went through the issue of center fielders being too lazy and not hustling. Last time it was Evan Longoria calling out his teammate for loafing it. With the Dodgers, it looks like one of their coaches said something to center fielder Matt Kemp about his lack of hustle. Kemp was…Read More

MLB Ripping Off Fans with New Postseason Ticket Reservation System

MLB has announced that it is giving fans the chance to reserve their postseason tickets right now for a small fee. As wonderful as that may sound, you need to look at the bigger picture. The truth is only eight teams are going to make the playoffs, and everyone else is just throwing their money away. For…Read More

Red Sox Being Devoured by Injury Bug

Our regular readers have probably been able to tell by now that I’m a Boston fan.  I actually tried to hold off writing about the Red Sox injury problems hoping that I wouldn’t be called a whiner or a Masshole.  So let me start by saying that I’m not crying about it, but it’s gotten…Read More

Elijah Dukes Signs with Newark Bears

Elijah Dukes has been one of the most troubled players in baseball over the past few years. His talent led him to get drafted by the Rays in the third round in 2002 and he made it to the bigs as a 23-year-old outfielder in 2007. Dukes had major issues including getting a foster kid…Read More

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