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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Baseball

Yordano Ventura dedicating Game 6 to Oscar Taveras

Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura will try to keep his team’s season alive when he takes the mound on Tuesday night. Like many others, Ventura will be playing with a heavy heart. Ventura has dedicated his Game 6 start against the San Francisco Giants to the late Oscar Taveras, the 22-year-old St. Louis Cardinals…Read More

Aaron Lewis of Staind screws up national anthem (Video)

Aaron Lewis, the lead singer of the band Staind, performed the Star-Spangled Banner before Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday night. It did not go well. Lewis screwed up the words to the national anthem, singing the line “were so gallantly streaming” twice. He’s not the first person to mess up the national…Read More

Oscar Taveras, girlfriend die in car crash in Dominican Republic

St. Louis Cardinals prospect Oscar Taveras died in a car crash in the Dominican Republic, his agent has told news outlets. According to reporter Dionisio Soldevila, Taveras’ 18-year-old girlfriend Edilia Arvelo was also killed in the crash, which occurred in Taveras’ hometown of Puerto Plata. 18 year-old Edilia Arvelo, Oscar Taveras' girlfriend, was also killed…Read More

Red Sox coaches reportedly ‘hate’ Yoenis Cespedes

Yoenis Cespedes’ stay in Boston appears as if it will be a short one. Cespedes was acquired by the Red Sox prior to the trade deadline for Jon Lester and Jonny Gomes. Cespedes is under team control through 2015, so it looked like Boston would get a season and a half out of him at…Read More

Royals say Giants watered down field to make it slower

The Kansas City Royals are a team built on speed, defense and pitching. While the San Francisco Giants can’t do much to alter KC’s defense and pitching in the World Series, there is one thing they can do to reduce their opponent’s speed. And it looks like they did just that. Several Royals said after…Read More

Bruce Bochy: Alcides Escobar ‘ambushed’ Tim Hudson on first pitch

Your browser does not support iframes. Before anyone really realized it, the Kansas City Royals had a runner on second in the first inning of Game 3 of the World Series. That’s because KC’s leadoff batter Alcides Escobar took an unusually aggressive approach by taking a rip at the first pitch of the game and…Read More

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