Mariano Rivera Righfully Honored By City Of New York
Mariano Rivera received several gifts from just about every team the New York Yankees visited this year. Some were sentimental like the scorecard from Rivera’s first game at Comiskey Park, while others were more pragmatic, like donations to his charity […]
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 […]