Ad Unit
Monday, November 30, 2015


Scott Boras says Mets had great plan for Matt Harvey’s innings

MLB super-agent Scott Boras sparked a firestorm back in September with comments regarding Matt Harvey’s innings limit. Now, he’s saying very different things. Boras, speaking to reporters at the MLB General Manager meetings in Florida, now says the Mets had a great plan for Harvey. “For Matt to perform at the level he performed, knowing…Read More

Lou Brock has part of his leg amputated

One of the most famous baserunners in the history of Major League Baseball is now without part of what was one of his biggest weapons. Hall of Famer Lou Brock had part of his left leg amputated recently because of an infection related to a diabetic condition, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. From the Post-Dipatch’s…Read More

Nationals calendar had picture of Fenway Park on front

An official 2016 Washington Nationals calendar was sent out to retailers recently, but there was just one problem – the wrong ballpark was on the cover. The team calendar displayed a panoramic photo of Boston’s Fenway Park on the cover, even billing it as Nationals Park in Washington, DC. Hey @Nationals you might want to…Read More

MLB considering rule change to prevent takeout slides

Major League Baseball is considering a rule change that would force runners to slide directly into second base, ostensibly eliminating takeout slides. While there are still hurdles, namely union approval, the proposal has apparently been discussed, according to FOX Sports’s Jon Morosi. #MLB considering rule change that would require runners to slide directly into 2B…Read More

Bryce Harper says the Nationals ‘finally have an all-star staff’

Bryce Harper is pleased with the changes the Washington Nationals have made to their coaching staff. Harper voiced his enthusiasm for working with new boss Dusty Baker on MLB Network in an interview after accepting the National League Most Outstanding Player Award as part of the Player’s Choice Awards. “I think you see that smile…Read More

Report: Tommy Hanson dead at 29

Tommy Hanson was reported to be in a coma earlier on Monday, and it appears he did not make it. WSB Atlanta’s Zach Klein reports that Hanson, 29, has died. Hanson reportedly suffered a catastrophic organ failure and was moved to Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta for examination. He was rushed to the hospital early Sunday…Read More

Report: Tommy Hanson in hospital in a coma

Former Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tommy Hanson is in an Atlanta hospital in a coma, according to a report. WSB’s Zach Klein shared the unfortunate news Monday: Per multiple sources, former #Braves pitcher Tommy Hanson is in a coma at local Atl. hospital. Working to get more details — Zach Klein (@ZachKleinWSB)…Read More

Page 6 of 647First...45678...