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Animated: CJ Wilson falls on his way to the mound

For average humanoids like you and I, it's always nice to be reminded that finely tuned millionaire athletes can be just as clumsy and accident prone as us norms.  Take Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson for instance, who when pitching tonight in Tampa Bay got devoured without mercy by the turf monster.  Thankfully, MLB's tumblr page […]

Video: Giancarlo Stanton tries to sing Beyonce

MLB Network has some very good, smart programming…. and Intentional Talk is certainly not it.  The show hosted by Chris Rose and Kevin Millar can best be described as campy.  That fact leads to some weird, and even funny moments – like Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins trying to sing Beyonce.  Key word: trying. […]

Video: Miguel Cabrera tripped up by third base

Your browser does not support iframes. MLB pitchers haven't found a way to slow down Miguel Cabrera… but lifeless squares on a baseball diamond?  That's another story.  The reigning Triple Crown winner and AL MVP lost this battle with third base at Progressive Field last night in a Tigers victory over the Indians.  After biting […]

Animated: 5 Yu Darvish pitches at once

I'm always amazed by what folks adept at technology can do with baseball GIFs and the new way to see cool things about the sport that go unseen by the naked eye.  This one from Reddit user DShep is just as mesmerizing as R.A. Dickey's knuckleball in slow motion…. and maybe even a little trippy. […]

Video: The Houston Astros are a comedy of errors

Your browser does not support iframes. The Houston Astros currently sit with the worst record in baseball at 36-74 and have become one of the laughing stocks in major professional sports.  Videos like the one above are the reason why.  In the 11th inning, with the score tied 4-4 in a home game with the […]

Major League Baseball’s World Series Catch 22

Catch 22: a problematic situation for which the only solution is denied by a circumstance inherent in the problem or by a rule The Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals are set to square off in what promises to be a compelling World Series between two compelling teams.  The Cardinals hail from a place routinely dubbed […]

Three Strikes Roundtable – Thome, Draft Cap, & LLWS

We hit all levels of baseball with this week’s roundtable.  The pros (Jim Thome’s rumored waiver wire deal), the amateurs (talk of capping MLB Draft salaries), and the kids (the Little League World Series) are all on deck in the Three Strikes Roundtable as members of our editing staff sit down to chat about all […]

Standing Room Only Crowd Packs Marlins Home Games… Or Not

Angry fans were turned away from the gate as a packed house came out to see the Marlins host the Reds today at Miami’s Sun Life Stadium.  Miami continues to cement its legacy as the worst professional sports town in America.  This appears to be an actual picture from an actual MLB game played today […]

The Outside Corner Home Run Quiz

Jim Thome’s 600th home run got me thinking about all the great home run hitters in the history of baseball and who the next slugger might be to reach that milestone.  So, I checked out the all-time home run leaders over at Baseball Reference.  Unfortunately, outside Albert Pujols (438 HR, 31 years old) no great […]

Three Strikes Roundtable: Thome’s 600th, NL West Race, & Triple Plays

The roundtable is back as our editing staff sits down and discusses the biggest stories in baseball from the past week.  Three questions that cover everything from potential Hall of Famers to current division races to your favorite play to watch on the ballpark.  Here’s this week’s roundtable… Strike 1: The biggest question with Jim […]

Is The Lack Of Parity In Baseball Myth Or Reality?

As the baseball season approaches October, the postseason field will begin to take shape.  As Giants-Philles and Red Sox-Yankees took the national stage this weekend, it got me thinking about the perceived lack of parity in baseball.  The networks were touting the great ratings that these games did over the weekend, but who could blame […]

Dugout Digest: A Weird Night In Baseball…

Last night was just one of those weird nights in baseball.  I’m pretty sure there was a full moon or some sort of celestial alignment happening in the distant galaxies to cause what we saw around the majors. Packey already broke down this insane infield triple from last night’s M’s/A’s tilt… but that may have […]

What Happened To The Yankees And Red Sox At The Trade Deadline?

The 2011 MLB Trade Deadline came and went.  Some big name players were dealt like Carlos Beltran, Hunter Pence, and Ubaldo Jimenez.  Some big name players stayed put like B.J. Upton and Heath Bell.  Some teams were surprise buyers like the Cleveland Indians.  Some of the better teams in baseball were active in strengthening their […]

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