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Wednesday, November 25, 2015


White Sox Pitching Coach Don Cooper Hangs Up on Radio Show (Audio)

The 2011 Chicago White Sox season has been immersed in questions since almost day one. Chicago was already loaded with veterans and power hitters heading into the season, yet they still decided to add Adam Dunn to their lineup. Currently toting a record of 47-51 — good for 4.5 games out of first place in…Read More

Ron Gardenhire Loses World Cup Bet to Tsuyoshi Nishioka

Yup, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire lost a bet with infielder Tsuyoshi Nishioka over the World Cup Sunday and had to wear that shirt. Sure, the terms could have been much worse (we would have preferred something along these lines), but that’s not bad. Nishioka is a rookie infielder from Japan and Gardenhire is … well…Read More

D.C. Bar Dropping Beer Prices to Match Jayson Werth’s Low Batting Average

Jayson Werth has struggled in his first season with the Nats and D.C. drinkers will reap the benefits. According to NBC Washington via, Duffy’s Irish Pub in D.C. plans to have prices on certain beers discounted to reflect Werth’s low batting average. “During the game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday, you can…Read More

Joe Maddon Rips Tropicana Field, Then it Helps Rays Win

As we voiced earlier in the week, nobody seems to like Tropicana Field. When you have a professional baseball stadium that allows things like this to happen, how can you appreciate it?  There is no reason a ballpark should affect games the way The Trop does, and no one knows more about that than Joe…Read More

Willie Mays Love Letter to Gladys Cofield is a Must-Read

Once upon a time in the 1950s, Willie Mays had a beauty queen for a girlfriend.  Willie loved the young lady, Miss Gladys Cofield, very much.  As the Say Hey Kid traveled the country playing ball, he would receive letters and pictures from his love interest.  Occasionally, Mays would respond with a letter of his…Read More

Curtis Granderson Can Count the Amount of Black Fans at Baseball Games

Baseball lacks a strong presence in the African American community. Many black athletes choose to play more glamorous sports like football and basketball, and that’s part of the reason the interest in baseball amongst African Americans is not that strong. We’ve touched on this point in the past when Orlando Hudson said there’s no place…Read More

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