Tony Gwynn Jr.’s Twitter Message Shows Just How Amazing His Father Was

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No matter what your favorite team is, there’s no question every baseball fan had nothing but respect for former San Diego Padres outfielder Tony Gwynn–who passed away on Monday from cancer at the age of 54. Gwynn’s legacy will always […]

Detroit Tigers Have Big Shoes to Fill With Jim Leyland Stepping Down

Jim Leyland

Despite having one of the most talented rosters in the league over the last three years, the Detroit Tigers have dealt with plenty of frustration as they’ve managed to reach the playoffs each season, but fall short of the ultimate […]

Cincinnati Reds Fire Dusty Baker Just Days After Playoff Loss

Dusty Baker

Just three days after the team’s Wild-Card loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates, it appears Dusty Baker is out as manager of the Cincinnati Reds. Baker was reportedly fired by the Reds on Friday after the team failed to make any […]

Tampa Bay Rays Use Strong Pitching to Advance to ALDS


One night after the Pittsburgh Pirates won their first playoff game since 1992 after a 6-2 win over the Cincinnati Reds, the Tampa Bay Rays came through with an exciting win on the road against the Cleveland Indians in the […]

Russell Martin’s Two Home Runs Help Pirates Advance to NLDS Against Cardinals


At this point in the postseason, how could anyone not be rooting for the Pittsburgh Pirates to win the World Series? After finally breaking their playoff drought with a spot in the postseason, the Pirates came through in the NL […]

Robinson Cano is Ridiculous For Reportedly Seeking a 10-Year, $305 Million Contract

Robinson Cano

Now that the New York Yankees have officially been eliminated from playoff contention, talk will begin to heat up about which players will be back for the 2014 season as the organization has plenty of important decisions to make this […]

Philadelphia Fans Will Always Cherish Charlie Manuel For Ending City’s Championship Frustration in 2008

Charlie Manuel

If you were a Philadelphia sports fan after the Philadelphia 76ers won the NBA Finals in 1983, you have experienced plenty of frustration when it comes to professional sports teams in the City of Brotherly Love before the Philadelphia Phillies […]

Philadelphia Phillies Rumors: Team Replacing Charlie Manuel at Manager?

Charlie Manuel

The 2013 season has been nothing but a disappointment for the Philadelphia Phillies as injuries and the age factor have prevented them from living up to their true potential as they currently sit in fourth place in the NL East […]

Philadelphia Phillies RP Antonio Bastardo’s Suspension For PEDs Comes as a Surprise

Antonio Bastardo

There was plenty of anticipation for the baseball world on Monday as the MLB was expected to hand out numerous suspensions to players linked to the Biogenesis scandal. While there were numerous key players who accepted their 50-game suspensions such […]

Boston Red Sox Smart to Trade For Jake Peavy From Chicago White Sox

Jake Peavy

With the MLB trade deadline set for Wednesday, one of the hottest players still on the market was pitcher Jake Peavy of the Chicago White Sox. For a team that has struggled throughout the 2013 season, the White Sox knew […]

Can Brian Wilson Return to His Dominant Form With Los Angeles Dodgers?

Brian Wilson

After drawing interest from a few MLB teams, it looks likes former San Francisco Giants closer has finally found a new home in the middle of the 2013 season–the Los Angeles Dodgers. Wilson reportedly chose to sign with the Dodgers […]

Alfonso Soriano Scratched From Cubs Lineup; Reportedly Close to Being Traded to Yankees

Alfonso Soriano

It’s been a busy week for the Chicago Cubs between trading Matt Garza to the Texas Rangers and all of the talk surrounding a possible trade of Alfonso Soriano to the New York Yankees. After days of rumors going back […]