The San Diego Padres already have a tough enough time scoring runs as it is. The last thing they need is umpires taking runs away from them.
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Sponsoring your foul pole with a golf club? That my friends is called genius marketing.
It wasn’t anything near the Bay Bridge series 6.9 earthquake that interrupted the A’s/Giants World Series in 1989, but the 5.7 earthquake in San Diego on Tuesday had people rattled.
If this story looks familiar to you, it’s because we went through this whole thing four years ago. Matt Bush was the No. 1 overall selection in the 2004 MLB draft.
I wasn’t too happy about the NFL going to London, and I’m not too fond of the NBA globalization efforts.
ESPN, whose reporter Buster Olney wrote up the news of Prior’s agreement to a one-year, $1 million deal with San Diego, has a great graphic on Prior.
Crazy huh? When you think of ballplayers receiving death threats, you think Hank Aaron and Jackie Robinson. You don’t think Adrian Gonzalez. But apparently he received one.
Yeah, I thought we were in the 21st century, in more progressive and tolerant times. I guess I was wrong.