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Saturday, September 5, 2015


Female Pitcher Marti Sementelli Earns Scholarship to Montreat College

The last time we heard about Marti Sementelli, it was March and she was part of a spectacular feat. Sementelli, a senior pitcher at Birmingham High School in Lake Balboa, California, was opposed by another female pitcher, Ghazaleh Sailors of San Marcos High in Santa Barbara. Sementelli’s team got the edge that day winning 6-1,…Read More

John Lackey: Everything in My Life Sucks Right Now

To say that John Lackey has been horrible for the sub-.500 Boston Red Sox this season would be a horrific understatement.  As of Thursday, Lackey was toting a 2-5 record to go along with an 8.01 ERA.  The right-hander has managed only 19 strikeouts in 39.1 innings pitched and opponents are hitting .317 against him. …Read More

Steve Lyons Does Not Like Baseball Players Wearing Hats Turned Sideways

During Wednesday night’s Dodgers-Pirates game, Dodgers broadcasters Eric Collins and Steve Lyons got into a discussion about fashion. The discussion was prompted after Pittsburgh third baseman Pedro Alvarez (pictured) made a putout on a ground ball by Hiroki Kuroda in the fifth. Play-by-play man Eric Collins asked for analyst Steve Lyons’ opinion of Alvarez’s hat…Read More

Josh Thole Quits Twitter Because of Hate from Mets Fans

It was just last week that Mets catcher Josh Thole was getting some love for teaching his deaf dog sign language. I guess the positive press couldn’t last for very long. The 24-year-old has been struggling at the dish, hitting just .239 on the season with only four extra base hits. The fans haven’t been…Read More

Angels Go for World Record with Wrestling Mask Giveaway

As we wrote in March, the Angels had one of the best giveaways ever planned for their May 10th game against the White Sox. They gave away wrestling masks to every single fan in attendance with the goal of setting the Guinness World Record for the “largest gathering of people wearing costume masks.” Seriously. I…Read More

Dodgers Getting Desperate to Sell Tickets

It wasn’t long ago that the Dodgers were one of the hottest tickets in LA and one of the top drawing teams in baseball. This year, the Dodgers are eighth in MLB in home attendance (according to ESPN’s figures), trailing their neighbors to the south, the Angels by nearly 2,000 fans per game. The drop…Read More

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