Red Sox Rookie Rafael Devers Hits Historic Game-Tying Home Run Off Yankees’ Aroldis Chapman

Sunday night in the Bronx the Boston Red Sox entered the top of the ninth inning in their game against their rivals, the New York Yankees, down one run. The two teams were both scoreless through four innings when the Red Sox started off the scoring with one in the top of the fifth. The […]

Miami Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton Continues On Torrid Home Run Pace, Hits No. 40

For years, injuries have plagued Miami Marlins’ slugger Giancarlo Stanton. With the exception of his rookie season in 2010, Stanton has suffered a slew of injuries, missing playing time with knee issues in 2011 and 2012. A Grade 2 hamstring strain sidelined him in 2013. In early September 2014, Stanton was leading the majors in […]

Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout Turns 26, Continues His March Into MLB History Books

Mike Trout has been a member of the Los Angeles Angels since he made his big league debut on July 8, 2011, at the age of just 19 years old. Trout is now in the midst of his sixth full season in the majors and Monday was his 26th birthday. While the Angels lost their […]

Detroit Tigers Put Justin Verlander On Waivers, Michael Fulmer On DL

The Detroit Tigers placed their ace Justin Verlander on revocable waivers Wednesday, according to ESPN‘s Jerry Crasnik. There were rumors that the Tigers were going to attempt to trade the right-hander before the July 31 MLB non-waiver trade deadline; however, no real deals materialized and the six-time All-Star remained with Detroit. So what does that […]

Colorado Rockies Make Move To Help Bullpen Woes, Acquire Pat Neshek From Philadelphia Phillies

The Colorado Rockies have been strong all season, are currently 58-44, and just a game back of their NL West rivals the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NL Wild Card race. Unfortunately for both Colorado and Arizona, it appears they will be forced to settle for a Wild Card spot with the Los Angeles Dodgers leading […]

New York Mets’ Star Yoenis Cespedes Announces He Wants To Finish His Career With The Oakland Athletics

On Friday, the Oakland Athletics and New York Mets began a three-game series at Citi Field in New York. Prior to the game, Yoenis Cespedes told the San Francisco Chronicle that he’d like to finish his career as a member of the Oakland Athletics. It was an innocent enough comment, at least at first. The […]

Houston Astros Trade Rumors: Sonny Gray, Justin Verlander

The Houston Astros are undoubtedly the favorite in the American League to make it all the way to this year’s World Series. Even with the loss of their All-Star shortstop Carlos Correa for the next six-to-eight weeks and having been without 2015 Cy Young Award winner Dallas Keuchel for much of the season, most experts, […]

Tim Tebow Walks Off For St. Lucie Mets

A lot of people were surprised when former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow decided to play baseball and was signed by the New York Mets. Most thought it was a publicity stunt when Tebow was promoted from the lower Class-A Columbia Fireflies of the Southern Atlantic League to the High Class-A St. Lucie Mets of the […]

Crosstown Rivals White Sox And Cubs Make Trade For Jose Quintana, Who Came Out On Top?

Over the offseason, the Chicago White Sox loaded up on prospects when they traded their star ace Chris Sale to the Boston Red Sox, and outfielder Adam Eaton to the Washington Nationals. Since then, baseball has been waiting for the team to trade their next best starter after Sale, Jose Quintana. It was never a […]

2017 MLB All-Star Game News, Recap, And Highlights

The 2017 All-Star Game had quite a bit to live up to after Monday night’s Home Run Derby, both taking place at Marlins Park in Miami. On Monday night, New York Yankees’ rookie Aaron Judge annihilated the competition, hitting a grand total of 47 home runs and hitting four of those home runs over the […]

Tampa Bay Rays Send Message To Boston Red Sox By Beating Chris Sale, Xander Bogaerts Injures Hand

The Tampa Bay Rays have been creeping up in the A.L. East standings and not too many people have actually noticed. They’ve noticed that the once-dominant New York Yankees are in free fall, winning just six of their last 21 games and falling from first place in the A.L. East to three-and-a-half games behind the […]

Kyle Schwarber Goes 0-4 After Being Recalled From Triple-A, Cubs Lose 11-2 To Milwaukee Brewers

In April, 2016, Chicago Cubs’ outfielder Kyle Schwarber was beginning his sophomore season in Major League Baseball. Just days into the new season, Schwarber exited a game against the Arizona Diamondbacks after a scary collision in the outfield with center fielder Dexter Fowler. The then-23-year-old Schwarber was rendered out for the entire 2016 season, as […]

Aaron Judge Ties Joe DiMaggio’s Yankees’ Rookie Record For Home Runs And It’s Not Even The All-Star Break

In 1936, a New York Yankees’ rookie by the name of Joe DiMaggio hit 29 home runs. It was the highest number of home runs ever hit by a rookie for the New York Yankees in a single season. That record was tied Wednesday by a kid named Aaron Judge. The record somewhat surprisingly, especially […]

Trump Looks Forward To Warm Reception In Poland But What About the Rest Of Europe?

President Donald Trump will be making his second trip to Europe this week. His first stop in Poland will be, for him, likely a friendly one. He has chosen Poland, over more powerful United States allies such as Germany, France, and Britain, as his first stop on his way to the G-20 summit. Poland leans […]

MLB Trade Rumors: Examining The Teams Pursuing The Oakland A’s Sonny Gray

With the Oakland Athletics basically out of postseason contention for the season, they’re going to be looking to be sellers at this summer’s July 31 MLB trade deadline. Certain players, including starting pitcher Sonny Gray, are going to be on the trading block. With the Athletics current youth movement in full swing, they’re bringing up […]

Charlie Sheen Reveals He Is The Owner Of The Most Coveted Pieces Of Sports Memorabilia Ever

Charlie Sheen, who has acted in classic baseball movies such as Eight Men Out and Major League, is known to be a big fan of the game and a diehard supporter of the Cincinnati Reds. He was famously known to have owned the ball that went through Bill Buckner’s legs in Game 6 of the […]

Matriarch Behind Siege Of Marawi Has Been Recruiting Child Soldiers To Promote Terror

A 60-year-old woman has allegedly been funding the Maute group of militants that have held the city of Marawi under siege since May 23. Farhana Maute’s two sons, Omarkhayam and Abudallah, are the leaders of the Maute group. The group is tied to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), and Mrs. Maute […]

Danica Patrick In Three Collisions At Sonoma Raceway, Knocks Boyfriend Out Of Race

Danica Patrick started out sixth, in a top-10 car for the first time in three years. She held her own for the first 15 laps of the NASCAR Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway on Sunday, staying in the top ten. It should have been a great day for her at the Sonoma Raceway, however, […]

Jorge Posada To Be First Of “Core Four” To Attend New York Yankees Old Timers Day

The New York Yankees annual Old Timers Day is taking place on Sunday, prior to the Yankees taking on the Texas Rangers in their scheduled regular season game. This will be the Yankees 71st Old Timers Day, a day in which the greatest Yankees to ever grace the baseball field are remembered and honored. They […]

Oakland Athletics Call-Up No. 1 Prospect, Rookies Make History In Rout Of White Sox

In the wake of having to put fill-in shortstop Chad Pinder on the disabled list with a left hamstring strain, the Oakland Athletics decided to continue their youth movement. They called on the team’s No.1 prospect, 21-year-old Franklin Barreto, to take Pinder’s place on the roster. The 21-year-old was one of the key pieces to […]

A’s Sweep Yankees in Four Games Series; Youth Movement Is Working For Ballclub

The last time the Oakland Athletics swept the New York Yankees in four games it was 2012. Sunday they completed, what is now their most recent, four game series sweep of the Yankees. The Yankees have one of the best records in the game and the A’s have one of the worst. To a lot […]

Pirates Wore Blue Uniforms When Facing Cubs, But The Two Teams Were Not Celebrating Father’s Day Early

If you watch baseball regularly, it’s probable that you caught or will catch one game this weekend. Perhaps you may notice something a bit different about your favorite team’s uniforms. This is especially true if you caught the Chicago Cubs taking on the Pittsburgh Pirates, both of whom wore throwback uniforms, on Friday night. Each […]

The 2017 College World Series Begins Saturday With Return Of Oregon State Beavers

The Oregon State Beavers are returning to the College World Series for the first time in three seasons; it is also the 10th anniversary of when they became the last team to repeat as champions. Ranked No. 1 in the nation, Oregon State has already gone undefeated in both the Regional and Super Regional Rounds. […]

Max Scherzer Becomes Third-Fastest To Join 2,000 Strikeout Club In Games And Innings

It’s been well established that Max Scherzer can throw strikes which inevitably leads to accumulating a lot of strikeouts. Sunday, as the Washington Nationals took on the Texas Rangers, Scherzer became the third-fastest pitcher in innings pitched, number of games, and in baseball history to record his 2,000th strikeout. While there are now a total […]

Chris Sale Wins Seventh Straight But Will He Finally Win The Cy Young?

It’s virtually impossible to believe that 28-year-old Chris Sale, the ace of the Boston Red Sox pitching staff, has yet to win the American League Cy Young Award. The 28-year-old lefty is tied for a big league record with another now former-Red Sox pitcher, Pedro Martinez, for reaching double-digit strikeouts in eight straight games. The […]

Tampa Bay Rays Star Kevin Kiermaier Out Two Months With Hip Injury

Kevin Kiermaier gave the baseball world yet another reason to stick with the mantra “don’t slide into first base” during the fifth inning of Tampa Bay Rays’ game against the Chicago White Sox on Thursday. Even the outfielder himself reiterated that old adage after the game, according to ESPN. “You always see bad things happen […]