Baseball Timeline

Chicago Cubs Legend Ernie Banks Has Passed Away At The Age Of 83


Legendary shortstop and first baseman Ernie Banks, the longtime face of the Chicago Cubs, passed away Friday evening at the age of 83. Dubbed “Mr. Cub” during a 19-year MLB career that included 512 home runs, 1,636 RBIs, 14 All Star appearances, and two Most Valuable Player awards, Banks originally began his professional career as… Read more »

Max Scherzer Makes Washington Nationals Immediate World Series Contender

Max Scherzer is the newest National

Max Scherzer might have just made the Washington Nationals an immediate favorite to make the World Series next year. Max Scherzer also became just the latest talented starting pitcher to become filthy stinking rich, thanks to a seven year deal worth more than $180 million. The signing of the former Detroit Tigers’ ace means that… Read more »

Yankees Sign 3B Chase Headley To Four-Year, $52 Million Deal

Chase Headley

Alex Rodriguez, meet your new competitor for third base: Chase Headley. ESPN is reporting that Headley has signed a four-year contract worth $52 million. The Yankees beat out teams such as the Giants and Red Sox for Headley’s talents. Headley joined the Yankees after being traded to them by the San Diego Padres just before… Read more »

Boston Red Sox Rumors: Cole Hamels Trade Could Be In The Works

Boston Red Sox Rumors: Cole Hamels Trade Could Be In The Works

The Boston Red Sox trade rumors are heating up as the weather turns cold, with the team expected to make some big moves during baseball’s winter meetings. As general managers and coaches gather for baseball’s annual meeting, there are always a number of blockbuster moves, and this year has been no exception. Already, the Los… Read more »

Pablo Sandoval: Boston Red Sox ‘Surprised’ To Land Giant Slugger

PAblo Sandoval Signs With Boston Red Sox

Pablo Sandoval, also known as the “Kung Fu Panda,” was introduced to Red Sox nation Tuesday. The robust former San Francisco slugger comes to town bearing three world championships with his former club. For that reason alone, many — including Red Sox GM Ben Cherington — were surprised Boston managed to pry the third basemen… Read more »

Former MLB Pitcher Brad Halsey Dies At 33

Lefty Yankees Pitcher Brad Halsey Dies In Climbing Accident

Former Major League player Brad Halsey has died at the age of 33, a spokesperson confirmed. Halsey, a lefty pitcher, reportedly died following a recreational climbing accident near his home in Texas. Brad pitched for three seasons in the majors and played for the New York Yankees, the Arizona Diamondbacks, and the Oakland Athletics. After… Read more »

Paul Molitor Set To Be Named Manager Of Minnesota Twins

paul molitor

The Minnesota Twins are expected to name Paul Molitor as their next manager as early as Monday. Molitor will replace Ron Gardenhire, who was relieved of his duties this past season. Molitor, a Hall of Famer and coach on Gardenhire’s staff, will become the 13th manager in Twins history as reported by the Chicago Tribune…. Read more »

Jose Canseco Shoots Off His Middle Finger While Cleaning His Gun

Jose Canseco

Former Major League Baseball player Jose Canseco shot off his middle finger on Tuesday while cleaning his handgun, according to a report released by CNN. Leila Knight, the fiancee of Jose Canseco, contacted TMZ Sports to share the details of the events that led to this accident. Leila claims that Jose Canseco was sitting at… Read more »