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Bryan Cranston Meets Vin Scully

Bryan Cranston is a huge Los Angeles Dodgers fan, so it was no big shock when, during a recent Reddit AMA, the actor mentioned that his heroes were Sandy Koufax and Vin Scully. Tuesday night, the Emmy Award winning “Breaking Bad” star visited Chavez Ravine and, well…this. Your browser does not support iframes. Okay. As […]

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Little Leaguer Wants to Meet Kate Upton

For a lot of 12-year-olds, playing in the Little League World Series, much less being on live television would be a dream come true. Clearly, Clayton Broeder has his sights set a little higher. Wouldn’t we all, Clayton. Wouldn’t we all.

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Odds Pete Rose Reinstated Released

It’s only been a few days since Rob Manfred was named Major League Baseball’s tenth commissioner, but, naturally, people are already wondering what a new man in the bosses chair might mean to America’s Pastime once he assumes control in January. And according to the Cincinnati Enquirer, folks are dropping money on what changes (if […]

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Mo’Ne Davis Already Fetching Top Dollar

From becoming just the sixth girl to record a hit during the Little League World Series to being the first girl to throw a shutout, Mo’Ne Davis has accomplished plenty in her brief time atop the sports world. Already the lead story on “SportsCenter” and making headlines across the country, the 13-year-old is also, apparently, […]

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Joe Maddon Rips Rays Fans

A capacity crowd at Tropicana Field is 31,042 and, outside of a two dates very, very early in the season, the fourth place Tampa Bay Rays haven’t come anywhere close to filling the place since Opening Day. That was, of course, until Derek Jeter came to town. You see, the New York are drawing crowds […]

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KBO Slugger Crushes Home Run

Byung-ho Park is considered by some to become the next big thing to hit the States.  And if the Korean Baseball Organization star continues crushing the baseball…it just might end up that way. Friday, the slugger hit his KBO-leading 38th home run in impressive fashion. And in case you were wondering, yes, that was a […]

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Pedro Martinez: Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds Belong in Cooperstown

Never one to shy away from controversy, Pedro Martinez is once again making headlines. The outspoken pitcher was in Boston Thursday to watch his former team beat up on the Houston Astros, get inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame and, naturally, answer some questions about his fellow inductee Roger Clemens. “With all due […]

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Mo’Ne Davis Owns FOX News Anchor

Little League superstar Mo’Ne Davis is starting to show that she’s as poised in the interview chair and she is on the mound. And Wednesday morning was no different. The budding media darling, who will become just the 18th girl to play in the Little League World Series, made an appearance on “Fox & Friends” […]

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Lou Brock is Trickable

This might be the best thing I’ve seen online in a long, long time. You know how people are constantly confusing real folks with athletes and celebrities and still posting the pictures to

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Letterman Writers Looking to Fulfill Dream

Oh, the power of social media. Eric and Justin Stangel have a dream…and it’s a pretty simple one. The “Late Show with David Letterman” writers are huge baseball fans and would like, someday, to throw out the first pitch at a professional baseball game in Japan. So they took to the internet. It started simple […]

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John Elway Inducted Into Minor League Hall of Fame

Long before he was the two-time SuperBowl winning, NFL Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway, he was New York Yankees outfield prospect John Elway. And, now…he’s New York Penn League Hall of Famer John Elway. On August 19, Elway will join fellow inductee, five-time Cy Young Award winner Randy Johnson, in Brooklyn for the induction ceremony prior […]


Field of Dreams Immortalized in Butter

Just when you think you’ve seen almost everything…there’s this. Earlier this summer, the town of Dyersville, Iowa, celebrated the 25th anniversary of “Field of Dreams” with a jam-packed , star-studded weekend full of baseball and revelry. To compete with the likes of Kevin Costner, Bob Costas and Bret Saberhagen showing up and entertaining more than 10,000 […]

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Lenny Dykstra and The ’86 Mets Are Going Hollywood

Just when you think Hollywood has run out of original ideas…comes this. According to Variety, John Lee Hancock, director and co-screenwriter of the award-winning “The Blind Side” and 2002’s baseball feature “The Rookie”, is all set to bring former big leaguer Lenny Dykstra’s life to the silver screen. I applaud the idea (and would probably […]