We know some athletes use Twitter as a medium for connecting with their fans, while others use it to post nonsense and share their ridiculous thoughts with the world.
A Popeyes fried chicken located around 100 yards from Fenway Park has a clever banner hanging in front of the store.
Luke Scott is one of the most outspoken players in professional baseball, and over the past few months he has done his best to become public enemy number one for the people of Boston.
Tim Lincecum is known as much for his long locks as he is for his nasty pitches, but at some point the hair had to be tamed.
Wednesday night at Target Field marked several firsts: The Twins beat the Angels for their first win of the season, and Jamey Carroll went 2-for-4 for his first hits of the season.
During Tuesday’s rain-delayed game in Oakland, Royals outfielder Jeff Francoeur made some friends with the A’s fans in O.
Should they, or shouldn’t they? That is the question regarding known steroid users and the MLB Hall of Fame. The general consensus seems to be that cheaters should not be allowed.
More professional athletes should take the time to use their Twitter accounts the way that Jeremy Guthrie used his on Tuesday.