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Thursday, November 26, 2015


Harrisburg Senators Field Literally Under Water (Picture)

That is the field where the Harrisburg Senators play baseball. It now looks like one of those giant frozen hot chocolates from Serendipity’s. Because of the that, the Nats’ Double-A affiliate will have to play their playoff series in Richmond instead of at home at Metro Bank Park. There’s no way Bryce Harper can be…Read More

Tony La Russa Shakes the Maracas for Carlos Santana (Picture)

When the name Tony La Russa comes to mind, you probably don’t envision some kind of party animal. When I think about the Cardinals manager, I think about an uptight baseball personality who has enjoyed plenty of success during his time in St. Louis.  He rarely cracks jokes and he’s not the easiest interview, but…Read More

Nyjer Morgan Calls Albert Pujols ‘She’ and ‘Alberta’ on Twitter

Nyjer Morgan is a wanted man in St. Louis following his antics on Wednesday evening against the Cardinals. The Brewers center fielder punched out to start the ninth against Chris Carpenter. He appeared to cuss at Carp and then escalated matters by chucking a wad of tobacco towards the mound. Albert Pujols came barreling in…Read More

Pablo Sandoval Talks to His Bat, Hits Two Home Runs (Video)

It is easy to poke fun at athletes for their strange superstitions — especially baseball players. When rumors about a high school team prompts this type of investigation you can’t help but laugh.  When an All-Star second basemen does this in an attempt to break out of a slump or Aubrey Huff chooses to wear…Read More

Giants Called Jerome Williams by Wrong Name for Two Years

Many baseball fans are reacquainting themselves with Jerome Williams, an Angels pitcher who returned to the big leagues this year for the first time since 2007. Williams has gone 2-0 with a 4.58 ERA in 17.2 innings for the Halos. Once upon a time, he was a promising pitcher for the Giants who went 17-12…Read More

David Ortiz Is a Self-Proclaimed Beast

David Ortiz is swinging the bat at a superstar level after having three somewhat down years in a row for Boston. The Red Sox DH is hitting .311 with 28 home runs and a .986 OPS. He’s justifying the $12.5 million option the Sox picked up, and he’s doing it all at the age of…Read More

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