Jerry Coleman is Gone, but the San Francisco Giants Still Have Tim Flannery
Tim Flannery

In a nine-year career with the New York Yankees, Jerry Coleman didn’t put up huge numbers (.263/.340/.339, 16 home runs and 217 RBIs). He did, however, win six American League pennants, four World Series titles and a World Series MVP. […]

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MLB CLUBHOUSE

Colorado Rockies Stadium

Some MLB fans participate in a “run pool” where teams get credit for “run squares” in a similar way to bingo.  The winner is the team that covers all run squares from zero runs to 13 runs. The most common […]

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Doug Glanville

Doug Glanville had a fairly long MLB career as a player, and has since moved on to a successful career as an analyst and writer. He currently works for ESPN as part of their studio baseball team and as a […]

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Chipper Jones Braves Broadcast

During the game between the Atlanta Braves and New York Mets, Chipper Jones made an appearance on the broadcast. It’s not unusual to have guests in the Braves broadcast booth, and what better time to have Jones in the booth than […]

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Batkid

If you thought you saw Batman throwing out the first pitch at the San Francisco Giants Opening Day game today, you were almost correct. If you were confused as to why Batman got a standing ovation and what the significance […]

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Miguel Cabrera

As the best player in baseball today, Miguel Cabrera has won two consecutive MVP awards as well as taking home a Triple Crown. When it comes to fantastic hitters in MLB today, Cabrera tops the list — with Mike Trout […]

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Nolan Ryan

When athletes age, it’s usually never a pretty sight. Some athletes, however, stay in shape through the years and impress with middle-age athleticism. Nolan Ryan looked to be one of those athletes a few years ago when he threw out […]

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