Peter Gammons Uses Poor Analogy, Compares Alex Rodriguez to Marathon Bombers
In the world of baseball journalism there are few people more well respected than Peter Gammons. The long-time writer/analyst has seen a lot in his time, but none of us have ever seen anything quite like the Alex Rodriguez-PED scandal that’s […]
Bryce Harper Makes Statement With PED T-Shirt
PEDs and baseball. Unfortunately for MLB, they seem to go hand-in-hand. While PEDs have been around forever (in one form or another), the game of baseball has really paid the price for users over the last 10 years. It pretty […]
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Is MLB Ready for Their Michael Sam?
We are heading into the middle of February, and there is a beautiful sight happening: The start of Spring Training in MLB. Pitchers and catchers have already reported and position players are slowly trickling in. Fort Myers is starting to […]
Legend Ralph Kiner Passes Away at 91
Ralph Kiner’s decade-long Hall of Fame playing career began with a lightning strike as he smacked an NL-leading 23 home runs in his 1946 rookie season with the Pittsburgh Pirates. World War II Navy pilot Kiner would hit 51 the […]
1996 Milwaukee Brewers Had the Numbers, But 1982 Remains Best Team in Franchise History
If you want to talk about one of the most overlooked, under-appreciated offensive clubs in Milwaukee Brewers history, you can start with the 1996 squad. That group holds the franchise record for runs in a season, yet people only want […]
Hank Aaron Hits Another Milestone
With all the allegations and ultimate convictions of MLB baseball sluggers in recent times, Hank Aaron has emerged as a saint. Aaron played in an era when steroids were not around. Pride also mattered. On Wednesday, Hank Aaron will celebrate […]