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Watch: David Ortiz and Hanley Ramirez Dance in Dugout After Grand Slam

Watch: David Ortiz and Hanley Ramirez Dance in Dugout After Grand Slam

Hanley Ramirez is back in Boston. Judging by his debut yesterday in the Red Sox opener, I think he is likely to make a big contribution this time. He hit two home-runs the second of which was a grand slam to put the Red Sox up 8-0. It appeared from the dugout cam that not [...]

April 7, 2015 admin Balltribe TV, MLB 0

Watch: A-Rod Cheered in First Yankee Stadium At Bat of Season

Watch: A-Rod Cheered in First Yankee Stadium At Bat of Season

Alex Rodriguez took part in a regular season game today for the first time since September 2013. With his year-long suspension behind him, he repeatedly said this feel like his rookie season. What was anticipated was the reception he would receive by Yankees fans during his first trip to the plate. Surprisingly, he received mostly [...]

April 7, 2015 Kevin Burke Balltribe TV, MLB 0

Yasiel Puig OK After Colliding With Teammate in Spring Training Game

Yasiel Puig OK After Colliding With Teammate in Spring Training Game

The Dodgers and Angels squared off in one of the final spring training tune-ups last night. On a pop-up to shallow right by Mike Trout, Yasiel Puig and Howie Kendrick collided. Kendrick’s left arm stuck Puig’s head area and he laid on the ground for a while. He eventually left the game but the prognosis [...]

April 4, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Josh Hamilton Avoids Suspension for Alleged Drug Relapse

Josh Hamilton Avoids Suspension for Alleged Drug Relapse

When news emerged in February of an apparent drug relapse for Josh Hamilton, two things came to mind: 1) you felt for him, and 2) a suspension seemed likely. However, an arbitrator has announced today that Hamilton did not violate his treatment program and will not face a suspension. [...]

April 4, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Justin Verlander to Begin Season on Disabled List

Justin Verlander to Begin Season on Disabled List

The 162-game baseball season can be a grind, so there’s no sense in rushing a guy out there for Opening Day just for the sake of it. That’s the case with Detroit’s Justin Verlander. The ace is nursing a sore triceps and as a result will begin the season on the 15-day disabled list. But [...]

April 2, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

MLB Players Vote Bryce Harper Most Overrated

MLB Players Vote Bryce Harper Most Overrated

Once upon a time, Bryce Harper was said to be a stronger prospect than Mike Trout. Several years later, that couldn’t be any farther from the truth. But that’s no knock on Harper, though. He will be a very solid player for a very long time, provided he can stay healthy. Each year, ESPN polls [...]

March 31, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 1

Watch: Bryce Harper Bombs a Home Run Out of Stadium in Spring Training

Watch: Bryce Harper Bombs a Home Run Out of Stadium in Spring Training

If spring training is any indication of what kind of hitting season Bryce Harper may be primed to have for the Nationals, the man is planning to drop plenty of home run dingers in 2015. Realizing this shot is in a spring training field that doesn’t have quite as many stands, it is still ridiculously [...]

March 29, 2015 admin Balltribe TV, MLB 1

MLB Network Hires Pedro Martinez as an Analyst

MLB Network Hires Pedro Martinez as an Analyst

Pedro Martinez will be inducted into the Hall of Fame in July, but the retired ace just found another gig. Martinez has been hired to be an analyst by the MLB Network. Martinez should be a good fit as he seems very comfortable in camera. And after seeing former teammate Kevin Millar become an analyst, [...]

March 25, 2015 Kevin Burke MLB 0

Andrew McCutchen Cut Off His Signature Dreadlocks

Andrew McCutchen Cut Off His Signature Dreadlocks

An athlete’s signature look can often times preceded them. Look at the uproar that ensued with LeBron James ditched is headband. And can you imagine if James Harden ever decided to take a razor to his face? Forget about it. The same can be said of the Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen. He’s become known, not only [...]

March 25, 2015 Kevin Burke MLB 0

Mo’Ne Davis Asks For Joey Casselberry’s Reinstatement

Mo’Ne Davis Asks For Joey Casselberry’s Reinstatement

We’ve seen childhood athletic phenoms before, but Mo’Ne Davis’ celebrity seems a bit different. So much so that it was reported last week that Disney plans on making a movie that will be closely tied to her story. When this news broke, most people thought it was a great story. But Joey Casselberry, a baseball [...]

March 23, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0