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Jorge Posada Rips Yankees in New Book

Jorge Posada Rips Yankees in New Book

Former athletes writing a tell-all book is nothing new, but will always be interesting. Jorge Posada’s last season with the Yankees was 2011, the year where he was removed from being the Yankees’ everyday catcher. Some four years later, Posada is still upset about it and decided to get some of that off his chest [...]

May 11, 2015 Kevin Burke MLB 0

Brewers Fire Ron Roenicke After 25 Games

Brewers Fire Ron Roenicke After 25 Games

The MLB season is a grind. You have 162 games to show what you’re made of. But unfortunately for Brewers manager Ron Roenicke, he only got 25 of those to prove his worth. The club has fired Roenicke after just 25 games. Milwaukee, 7-18, has gotten off to a slow start so they’ve decided to [...]

May 4, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Orioles to Play Home Game Closed to the Public

Orioles to Play Home Game Closed to the Public

Due to the tensions and unrest in Baltimore, Orioles games in the past few days have been postponed. Today, the team announced how the scheduling will be handled moving forward since they are playing in a home stand of the schedule. Part of the plan includes having home games that are closed to the public [...]

April 28, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Angels Trade Josh Hamilton Back to Rangers

Angels Trade Josh Hamilton Back to Rangers

Josh Hamilton’s time in Anaheim as a member of the Angles was both uneventful and very expensive. Not yet halfway through his $125 million fully guaranteed contract, the Angels have given up on Hamilton and have dealt him back to Texas. Perhaps both on-field and off-field issues drove Anaheim to give up on Hamilton. “I’m [...]

April 28, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Indians’ Trevor Bauer Wore Boxing Gloves in Dugout

Indians’ Trevor Bauer Wore Boxing Gloves in Dugout

The Kansas City Royals are getting a reputation for being ready to throw down at the drop of a hat. Given their early season dust ups, teams are anything but excited to play against them. Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer made light of the situation in the Indians-Royals game by coming prepared. Check out this [...]

April 28, 2015 admin MLB 0

Cardinals Place Adam Wainwright on DL Following Achilles Injury

Cardinals Place Adam Wainwright on DL Following Achilles Injury

The St. Louis Cardinals were dealt a blow yesterday when ace Adam Wainwright injured himself while stumbling out of the batter’s box. He barely took a step before hobbling down the first baseline with an apparent Achilles injury. He has been placed on the disabled list, but if it proves to be a torn Achilles, [...]

April 27, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Pete Rose Allowed to Be Part of MLB All-Star Game

Pete Rose Allowed to Be Part of MLB All-Star Game

Pete Rose’s lifetime ban from baseball appears more and more likely now that Rob Manfred has taken over as commissioner. No guarantee that it will happen, but the feeling is different now that Bud Selig no longer runs baseball. To that end, Manfred is allowing Pete Rose to participate in this summer’s All-Star Game in [...]

April 23, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Reds Manager Bryan Price Apologizes For Profanity-Laced Tirade, But Not the Message

Reds Manager Bryan Price Apologizes For Profanity-Laced Tirade, But Not the Message

Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price addressed a room full of reporters yesterday and voiced his displeasure with how the media treats the information he provides to them. Essentially, he’s upset that they make it public and thinks opposing teams can benefit from that information. Frankly, it’s naive to think that a team’s beat reporter won’t [...]

April 21, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Watch: Bryce Harper Hits 461 Foot Home Run Bomb

Watch: Bryce Harper Hits 461 Foot Home Run Bomb

Bryce Harper not only hits bombs regularly, but he hits them further and faster than anyone we’ve seen in the MLB ranks in a while. This hit in pre-season had the web buzzing, but it pales in comparison to his most recent dinger to the tune of 461 feet. Arguably his longest ever. ‘In your [...]

April 20, 2015 admin Balltribe TV, MLB 0

Derek Jeter Doesn’t Miss Baseball At All

Derek Jeter Doesn’t Miss Baseball At All

When guys play a sport professionally for upwards of 20 years, it can be difficult for them to walk away. Since it’s all they’ve known for most of their lives, it can be a struggle to say goodbye. Then there’s Derek Jeter, who is experiencing his first year of his adult life not being a [...]

April 16, 2015 Kevin Burke MLB 0