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Friday, November 27, 2015


Why do Baseball Players Constantly Suffer the Oddest Injuries?

Remember the days when a sports injury could be easily treated with a Band-Aid, a soothing balm, and large handfuls of Excedrin? Well, apparently, those days are gone, ever since baseball players have found new and inventive ways to hurt themselves, while forever cementing their reputation as the clumsiest athletes on the planet — l’eggo…Read More

The Ozzie Guillen Saga is a Reality Show Mark Buehrle Enjoys

Regardless of his relationship with the White Sox front office, it would be tough to argue that Ozzie Guillen has not done a ton for the Chicago franchise.  Guillen played shortstop for the White Sox for 13 seasons before becoming their manager in 2004.  In only his second year in charge of the White Sox,…Read More

Baby Giraffe Named After Brandon Belt

Giants rookie Brandon Belt has been nicknamed “baby giraffe” by the team’s broadcasters. The nickname is a reference to Belt’s goofy style and all around awkwardness. In that regard, he is not too dissimilar from a baby giraffe. Now, thanks to some creative marketing, he has a real life giraffe named after him. The folks…Read More

Nationals Beer Vendor Emmanuel Marlow Saves Choking Child’s Life

Those of us who like to indulge in an alcoholic beverage or two while at the ballpark probably think of the guy walking around with the blue tub at his waist as “the beer guy.”  In most cases, we’re right.  The beer guy is another respectable individual trying to make a living.  You want beers,…Read More

Justin Upton Robbed of Catch by Taunting Padres Fan (Video)

The D-Backs beat the Padres 3-1 Saturday night but it was no thanks to an astute San Diego fan down the right field line. That Padres fan really had his head in the game because he knew he was saving his team an out. Sadly for him, the San Diego offense is too pathetic to…Read More

Jose Bautista Is the AL MVP Right Now, Not Justin Verlander

Justin Verlander has won his last eight straight starts for the Tigers. He’s 20-5 and has a good shot at winning the most games by an American League pitcher since Bob Welch posted 27 victories in 1990. He has thrown a no-hitter and has shut out his opponent on six occasions this season. He leads…Read More

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