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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Baseball

Andre Ethier Admits He Changed His Swing During Hitting Streak

Dodgers right fielder Andre Ethier made headlines in April for his hitting streak that lasted 30 games before ending May 7th. Ethier was batting as high as .388 during the streak, but after it ended he dropped 81 points to .307. In fact, he batted just .145 over the next 15 games after it ended….Read More

Soldier Proposes to Girlfriend at Royals Game on Memorial Day (Video)

Monday was Memorial Day and many baseball teams supported the holiday by wearing tribute caps. Several teams also had soldiers participate in game-day ceremonies such as throwing out the first pitch or singing God Bless America. In Kansas City, the best gesture of all may have taken place. As I was watching the Angels-Royals game…Read More

Baylor Player Reportedly Refused to Shake Garrett Wittels’ Hand

Florida International infielder Garrett Wittels made headlines last year for his 56-game hitting streak. He made just as many headlines in the offseason when he and a group of friends were accused of raping two 17-year-old girls in the Bahamas. A hearing in the case has been postponed, but Wittels’ lawyer says a video from…Read More

Hawk Harrelson: Jose Bautista Has a Little Cork in his Bat? (Audio)

The White Sox broadcasters were the latest media members to be treated to the Jose Bautista show. The Toronto slugger went 5-for-10 with a home run and three RBIs in the first three games of the Blue Jays-White Sox series this weekend, leaving Chicago’s TV team impressed. In fact, Bautista impressed the team of Hawk…Read More

Johnny Damon, David Price Rock the Super Sam Fuld Cape (Pictures)

Last month we told you that the Rays were planning to replace Manny Ramirez’s bobblehead day with a Super Sam Fuld cape giveaway. Fuld is in his first season with the Rays since being traded from Cubs in the Matt Garza deal. He started off the season scorching hot, batting .396 over the first 16…Read More

Keith Hernandez: Mets Have too Many Charitable Demands on Players

Former 1979 MVP winner and current Mets broadcaster Keith Hernandez took aim at an organizational approach recently, saying the team demands too much of their players off-the-field during the season. Hernandez was backing up third baseman David Wright who was recently criticized by owner Fred Wilpon. Hernandez said Wright has gone “over and above the…Read More

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