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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Baseball

Best Cardinals jokes and memes to come from hack story

The St. Louis Cardinals are being investigated by the FBI for potentially being the ones who perpetrated the hack of the Houston Astros’ front office internal conversations. This is a serious offense and unlike anything we have seen in MLB history. My first thought upon hearing this news was that the allegations are worse than…Read More

Yasiel Puig breaks bat over knee after strikeout (Video)

Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig was none too pleased after striking out on a Tanner Scheppers fastball in the 8th inning of Monday night’s 4-1 loss to the Texas Rangers. In his best impression of Bo Jackson, the Cuban phenom took out his frustrations on his bat, snapping the piece of lumber right in half over…Read More

FBI investigating whether Cardinals were the ones who hacked Astros

Roughly a year ago, 10 months of internal trade conversations from within the Houston Astros organization were posted on an anonymous hacker-type website. On Tuesday, we learned that the people responsible for the hack may be employees of another MLB team. Michael S. Schmidt of The New York Times reports that the St. Louis Cardinals…Read More

Keith Hernandez makes $3,000 a year in ‘Seinfeld’ royalties

Keith Hernandez transformed from ex-MLB player to pop culture legend when he appeared on popular sitcom “Seinfeld” for a few episodes. The former New York Mets first baseman appeared in two episodes of the show in 1992 as the love interest of Elaine Benes. He also appeared in the show’s finale in 1998. Thanks to…Read More

MLB says Royals fans are not cheating on All-Star voting

Kansas City Royals fans have been voting for the MLB All-Star Game more aggressively than any other fan base, and that has become a problem. As of the latest voting totals released Monday, eight Royals players were leading in the voting and positioned to start in the All-Star Game. The only non-Royals player in position…Read More

Trevor Bauer zings Francisco Lindor over paying ransom for first hit ball

The Cleveland Indians have made a habit of snagging milestone balls and holding them hostage from their teammates. We saw it when Cleveland’s bullpen demanded a bunch of Apple products in exchange for Brandon Moss’ 100th career home run ball, and the team’s pitchers were at it again over the weekend with Francisco Lindor. Lindor,…Read More

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