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Wednesday, October 7, 2015


Michael Carter-Williams hits camera man with errant first pitch (Video)

Prior to Thursday’s game between the Brewers and Cardinals, Michael Carter-Williams threw out the ceremonial first pitch. It was surely one he would like to have a second chance at. Williams’ toss did not reach its intended target. It did, however, find an unsuspecting camera man who was on the field to record the pregame…Read More

Jered Weaver, Kyle Seager in war of words

Jered Weaver and Kyle Seager took their beef from the field to print on Thursday, a day after Weaver was tossed for hitting the Mariners third baseman with a pitch. Weaver hit Seager with a pitch after getting upset with the Seattle infielder for calling timeout while in the box during the fifth inning of…Read More

Jung Ho Kang does not blame Chris Coghlan for injury that ends his season

Jung Ho Kang has put together an impressive first season in Major League Baseball after playing professionally in Korea since 2006. Unfortunately, his season likely over after a collision a second base during Thursday’s game between the Pirates and Cubs. In the top of the first inning, Anthony Rizzo hit a ground ball to Neil…Read More

How the Toronto Blue Jays built the most powerful team in baseball

The Toronto Blue Jays were once the premier team in baseball. From 1985-1993 the Jays reached the ALCS five teams. They won the World Series in back-to-back seasons from ’92-’93. They had sluggers and Cy Young candidates, and winning over 90 games was not an aspiration, but rather an expectation. Since then, things have been…Read More

A’s recall Barry Zito from minor leagues

Yes, that Barry Zito. The legendary Lou Reed once said, “I don’t like nostalgia unless it’s mine.” Well, in recalling the 37-year-old Zito from the minor leagues, the Oakland Athletics can rest easy knowing that the nostalgia is all theirs. The team selected the veteran southpaw from Triple-A Nashville after placing righty Jesse Chavez on…Read More

Brian Wilson planning on MLB comeback next season

If you missed seeing Brian Wilson’s bearded face this season, don’t worry: the eccentric relief pitcher may soon be back in MLB. Yahoo Sports’ Tim Brown reports that Wilson will begin working out and throwing soon with the intention of making a comeback next season: Brian Wilson is working out and soon will begin throwing…Read More

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