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Cubs Advance to NLCS

Cubs Advance to NLCS

World Series favorites, the Chicago Cubs took another step in their championship chase by rallying for four runs in the ninth inning of Game 4 to beat San Francisco Giants 6-5 and win their NL Division Series. ”You could see it coming. You could see little signs. We’ve done it before and the guys, we [...]

October 12, 2016 admin Headlines, MLB 0

Blue Jays Sweep Rangers, Advance to 2nd Straight ALCS

Blue Jays Sweep Rangers, Advance to 2nd Straight ALCS

The Toronto Blue Jays are moving on to their second straight American League Championship Series appearance. The Jays swept through the American League West champion Texas Rangers in the ALDS with a 7-6 victory thanks to Josh Donaldson’s wild dash from second base on an errant double play throw by Rangers infielder Rougned Odor. Donaldson, [...]

October 10, 2016 admin Headlines, MLB 0

Fan Throws Beer Can at Kim as He Catches Fly Ball

Fan Throws Beer Can at Kim as He Catches Fly Ball

Sadly, it happened again. For the second time in two years debris was thrown onto the field during the Jays game. During the bottom of the seventh inning in Tuesday’s American League Wild Card Game, a fan threw a beer can and nearly hit Baltimore Orioles left fielder Hyun Soo Kim as he got set [...]

October 5, 2016 admin Headlines, MLB 0

Cubs, Theo Epstein Agree on 5-Year Extension

Cubs, Theo Epstein Agree on 5-Year Extension

It’s nothing short of amazing what Theo Epstein has done in Chicago. Prior to his arrival in 2011, the Cubs were indeed the lovable losers, failing to enjoy any real success to speak of. But since Theo joined as President of Baseball Operations, following leading the the Red Sox to their first World Series in [...]

September 30, 2016 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Ortiz Goes Undercover as Lyft Driver

Ortiz Goes Undercover as Lyft Driver

Big Papi might have found his next career. David Ortiz is one of the most recognizable figures in baseball, but throw a wig on him and it seems like no one knows who he is. Ortiz, a.k.a. Donnie, recently went undercover for Lyft disguised with only an afro and sunglasses and yet people still didn’t [...]

September 28, 2016 admin Headlines, MLB 0

Marlins Pay Tribute to Jose Fernandez

Marlins Pay Tribute to Jose Fernandez

On Monday night, the Miami Marlins organization paid tribute to Jose Fernandez. He was remembered by fans and teammates after his career abruptly came to an end following a tragic boating accident. Every player wore his No. 16 jersey in his honor and the Marlins have promised to retire his jersey in his memory. A [...]

September 27, 2016 admin Headlines, MLB 0

Mets Sign Tim Tebow to Minor League Contract

Mets Sign Tim Tebow to Minor League Contract

After drawing interest from the Braves, following his workout in front of baseball scouts, the Mets announced today that they are signing Tim Tebow to a minor league contract. In fact, he’s be with the instructional league, playing this fall. If you’re looking for Tebow on a big league roster, don’t hold your breath just [...]

September 8, 2016 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Video: Tim Tebow’s Baseball Workout

Video: Tim Tebow’s Baseball Workout

At the age of 29, Tim Tebow has appeared to finally given up his dream of becoming an NFL QB and has instead switched to pursuing a baseball career. Tebow hasn’t played competitive baseball since his junior year in high school, where he was a standout player. But that was about 12 years ago. Yesterday, [...]

August 31, 2016 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Tim Tebow Receives Contract Offer From Venezuelan Baseball Team

Tim Tebow Receives Contract Offer From Venezuelan Baseball Team

Tim Tebow received his first legitimate contract offer to play professional baseball. According to Yahoo’s Jeff Passan, a Venezuelan winter ball team has offered the former NFL quarterback a contract. The offer he has received is from Aguilas del Zulia. Aguilas is a five-time Venezuelan Professional Baseball League Champion, and has also won the Caribbean [...]

August 30, 2016 admin Headlines, MLB 0

Prince Fielder’s Career Appears to be Over

Prince Fielder’s Career Appears to be Over

According to sources, Prince Fielder, first baseman for the Texas Rangers will more than likely be forced to retire after undergoing a second neck surgery within 27 months. Prior to the surgeries, Fielder was a consistent player. From 2006 to 2013, Prince Fielder played in 1,283 of a possible 1,296 regular-season games (162 games in [...]

August 9, 2016 admin Headlines, MLB 0