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Brewers Prospect Plays All Nine Positions

Minor Leaguer Nathan Orf did something Sunday that only five Major Leaguers have ever done…play all nine positions in one game. The Milwaukee Brewers prospect suited up for the Class-A Brevard County Manatees, took the field at catcher and then proceeded to make his way around the diamond. In order, Orf, who spent most of […]

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John Rocker to be Silenced on Twitter?

If you’re one of many who thoroughly enjoy (or are disgusted by) the hate and vitriol that John Rocker spews on Twitter, get your fill now, folks…the former closer-turned-“Survivor” castaway’s days on social media are numbered. You see, back in May, the show’s host Jeff Probst made his feelings known about contestants being online during […]

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Adam Dunn’s Playoff Drought Might be Ending

Adam Dunn has appeared in more games (1976) without reaching the postseason than any active player, but if the rumors are true…this might be coming to an end. According to reports, both the Oakland A’s and San Francisco Giants exploring how to bring the slugger into the fold for their upcoming playoff push. Pretty good […]

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Jonny Venters to Have Third Tommy John Surgery

Coming back from Tommy John surgery is no great feat. Returning after a second such operation is nearly miraculous…just ask Los Angeles Dodgers reliever Brian Wilson and New York Yankees set up man Shawn Kelley. But getting back into the swing of things following a third Tommy John operation? Yeah, Atlanta Braves lefty Jonny Venters […]

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Lonnie Chisenhall Hopes to Lead Mustache Revival

While the rest of the world is still clogging up social media with videos of themselves dumping water on their heads, Cleveland Indians Lonnie Chisenhall is attempting to rally his team to another worthwhile cause. Saving the mustache. Starting tomorrow The

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Bill Murray Takes Turn Tearing Tickets

Since 1993, the St. Paul Saints baseball sideshow team has called Midway Stadium home. But, on Thursday night, the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball team that once, famously, helped resurrect the career of Darryl Strawberry, added a legless player to its roster and showcases a “ball pig” played its final game at the downtown ballpark. […]

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Mo’Ne Davis Heads Home to Philly…Shows Off Dance Moves

Wednesday, the city of Chicago came out in droves to welcome home the United States Little League Champion Jackie Robinson West team, but, it’s still pretty obvious who the biggest star of the tournament still is. Mo’Ne Davis. 760 miles across the country, the 13-year-old star pitcher and her Taney Dragon teammates hit Citizens Bank […]

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Rock and Roll Royalty Meet Up at Mariners Game

It sounds like the set up to potentially the worst rock and roll joke every written…Paul Simon, Eddie Vedder and Jack White walk into a baseball stadium. Now, I might not know what the punchline is, but the three troubadours were in Seattle Wednesday and hit Safeco Field to see the Mariners take on the […]

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Jorge Soler Goes Deep in First At Bat

Earlier this month, Chicago Cubs super prospect Javier Baez made his Major League debut in grand fashion…by hitting a walk-off home run in extra innings against the Colorado Rockies. Now, three weeks later, the “Loveable Losers” called up another one of their top prospects, Jorge Soler and, well…this. Your browser does not support iframes. Yup, […]

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John Rocker Confirmed for Latest Installment of Survivor

One of the worst kept secrets has been made public…John Rocker will be appearing on the latest installment of “Survivor”. That’s right, when the 29th(!) season of the popular CBS television show premieres September 24, the 39-year-old former reliever and his girlfriend, Julie McGee (a model and spray tan business owner) will be among the […]

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Royals Skipper Slams Fans

The Kansas City Royals are sitting atop the American League Central and, barring a collapse, are poised to make the playoffs for the first time since the won the World Series in 1985. Yet, for some reason, manager Ned Yost is not happy. “I know there’s different things you can do. But there’s a real […]

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Little League Team is Bigger Than Beyonce

To say this year’s Little League World Series was a hit would be both an insanely bad pun and, well, an incredible understatement. We all already know the story of Philadelphia’s Mo’Ne Davis, the breakout star of the 2014 tournament, but thanks to their historic performance Saturday, we’re beginning to know the boys from the […]

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Chipper Jones Runs Into Manny Ramirez at Airport

For the past two months, former big league superstar Manny Ramirez has lived in virtual isolation…Des Moines, Iowa. But, earlier this week, there was a sighting of the 12-time Major League All-Star by none other than…Chipper Jones? Walking thru the Des Moines airport and who do I bump into??? None other than a dreadlock-less, Manny […]

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Baseballs Most Promising Prospects: 2014 Edition

Even as Major League Baseball teams settle down for the year’s pennant race, management is already scoping out next year’s rookies. Let’s take a look at some of the hottest prospects that could take the field next year. JORGE URIAS, P Jorge Urias, a lefty with a 97-mph fastball in the Los Angeles Dodgers farm […]

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Yankees Honor Joe Torre

I want to hate the New York Yankees. I really do…but I can’t. The team does it right. There I said it. Saturday, the Bombers retired Joe Torre’s number 6 making his the 17th number to have been bestowed such an honor. And to coincide with the number retirement, they immortalized the former skipper with […]

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