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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Baseball

Mark Teixeira rips fan who innocently bumped into him (Video)

A fan who was sitting along the first base line at Sunday’s game between the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Yankees got a bit overzealous while trying to take home a souvenir, and Mark Teixeira was not pleased about it. With the Yankees trailing 2-0 in the top of the ninth, Teixeira tried to…Read More

Randy Johnson played drums at jersey retirement ceremony (Video)

The Diamondbacks retired Randy Johnson’s uniform No. 51 prior to Saturday’s game against the Reds. They also presented him with a rare gift Johnson couldn’t resist trying out. A fan of rock music, and the band Rush, Johnson was presented with a drum set that’s an exact replica of the one used by Neil Peart…Read More

Jose Iglesias shoves James McCann, throws glove at him in dugout (Video)

During Friday’s game between the Red Sox and Tigers, shorstop Jose Iglesias and catcher James McCann had to be separated in the dugout after tempers flared. Between innings, Iglesias clearly took exception to something said by McCann, resulting in Iglesias shoving McCann and teammates intervening. After being restrained by Nick Castellanos, Iglesias fired his glove…Read More

Pete Rose accused of statutory rape during baseball career

Pete Rose has already been branded a gambler and liar and has been banned from MLB for life, but now he is facing a much more serious and disturbing allegation. During an interview with 1520 WCHE in West Chester, Pa. on July 14, John Dowd, the man who investigated Rose for the gambling accusations that…Read More

Jerry Blevins done for year after slipping off curb, re-breaking arm

The bullpen of the New York Mets just suffered a serious blow and it’s all thanks to a sidewalk. No, seriously. Lefty reliever Jerry Blevins, who had been progressing from a fractured distal radius bone in his pitching arm suffered in April, slipped stepping off a curb and re-broke the bone, the Mets announced on…Read More

Erick Aybar throws bats around Angels dugout to break team slump (Video)

Prior to Wednesday’s matinee game against the Cleveland Indians, the Angels offense needed a serious jolt. Their bats had gone “John Starks in Game 7 of the 1994 Finals” levels of cold, managing just 20 runs in their last eight games combined (with seven of those games resulting in Halo defeats). After a pitiful 12-inning…Read More

Nats’ Jayson Werth: NL East ‘our division to lose’

The Washington Nationals are mired in a slump having lost 10 of their last 16 games, including four of their last five. What used to be a comfortable 4.5 game lead on the New York Mets in the NL East has now turned into a one-game deficit. Heavy favorites at the start of the season…Read More

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