Melky Cabrera and Bartolo Colon have several things in common. For starters, both were born in the Dominican Republic.
Articles tagged: Bartolo Colon
Who didn’t see that one coming? 39-year-old Bartolo Colon, who leads the A’s in wins, ERA, and innings pitched, was suspended 50 games on Wednesday for violating MLB’s performance-e
I don’t know if the Yankees brought in Pedro Cerrano to perform some voodoo this spring or what, because they’ve had a lot of success waking players from the dead this month.
If you’re a long-time LBS reader, you know that we have no problem with fat baseball players.
In MLB, there is one main difference between the American League and the National League. In the AL, designated hitters are allowed but in the NL they’re not.
If you’re familiar with LBS, you are well-aware of our (read: my) affinity for Ozzie Guillen quotes. What can I say? The guy’s a priceless Hall of Famer who keeps me in business.
Last month I was defending overweight MLB players from irrational criticism by the media. I would like to add that since the writing of the post, C.C. Sabathia has a 1.
There’s one thing about the media and their treatment of certain baseball players that’s irked me lately: their absurd treatment of overweight (read: fat) baseball players.