MLB Articles

The Dodgers and Mets are no strangers to one another. Last fall’s National League Division Series between the two teams will forever be known as Daniel Murphy’s coming out party. Now, Murphy is a member of the rival Nationals, and the...
Jake Rose
8 months ago
It's pretty evident that Bryce Harper is serious about baseball.   After a walk-off home run, the Nationals slugger didn't hesitate to tell the umpire who ejected him earlier in the game just how he felt.   Spoiler alert...
Jasmine Watkins
8 months ago
Anthony Rizzo
Could 2016 finally be the Chicago Cubs’ year? The World Series is still five months away, but five weeks into the season the Cubs are clearly baseball’s best team.   After beating Washington 4-3 in 13 innings on Sunday, the...
Mark Ross
8 months ago
If your Mother’s Day activities this Sunday include taking in a MLB game in person or watching one on TV expect to see a lot of pink. In celebration of Mother’s Day and to help bring awareness to breast cancer, all 30 major league teams...
Mark Ross
8 months ago
On the heels of Laremy Tunsil's social channels being hacked by an unknown person, conspiracy theories are running wild. Of course, everyone loves a good conspiracy theory, especially in sports. When Michael Jordan unexpectedly retires?...
Nathan Rush
8 months ago
You can bet "First Take" is going to send Skip Bayless out with a bang during his last few weeks. No holding back in the least bit.   On the ESPN morning show, Stephen A. Smith discussed the issue of pitcher Jake Arrieta...
Jasmine Watkins
8 months ago
Some of the world's greatest athletes weren't just one-sport players; instead, they excelled in two (and sometimes in several). Of course, some athletes probably should have stuck with their main sport. Here's a look at the top 30 two-...
Nathan Rush
9 months ago
Some of the world's greatest athletes weren't just one-sport players; instead, they excelled in two (and sometimes in several). Of course, some athletes probably should have stuck with their main sport. Here's a look at the top 30 two-...
Nathan Rush
9 months ago
Baseball games are pretty long, especially if you're not a fan.   One woman attending the Blue Jays - Yankees game, had just about all she could take in the second inning. Given that baseball has no timers, they literally could go on...
Jasmine Watkins
9 months ago
Funny, Clever Names for Your Softball Team
It’s time to break out the old bat and glove, and perhaps most essentially, your favorite muscle ointment. That’s right, recreational slow-pitch (and fast-pitch) softball season is upon us! That being the case, you are...
Rob McVey
9 months ago
Bruce Bochy
The 2016 MLB season is underway, and managers across the game are busy devouring scouting reports and stat sheets, watching pitch counts, calling for sacrifice bunts, and orchestrating double switches in an effort to win games – or, in some...
Nicholas Ian Allen
9 months ago
David Ortiz doesn't show a lot of emotion, but sometimes he just can't help himself.   During the Red Sox home-opener on Monday, the 15-year-old daughter of Big Papi sang the National Anthem and he was the proudest guy on the field...
Jasmine Watkins
9 months ago
The Cubs and Wrigley Field just remind you of old school baseball, but they're putting a new spin on it.   After renovating the outfield bleachers last season, it's the team's locker room that's getting a facelift. It...
Jasmine Watkins
9 months ago
Jackie Robinson Day in the MLB is a special day for all.    Every player wears the No. 42 but thanks to adidas, they'll now have exclusive cleats to honor iconic player. They also feature two quotes to commemorate. Keep a eye...
Jasmine Watkins
9 months ago
Ranking the Best and Worst MLB Logos in 2016
Brand recognition is important in today’s business climate and that includes professional sports. One critical component to a team’s identity is its logo. While fans certainly relate to the players, it’s the team’s logo...
Athlon Sports
9 months ago
David Ortiz
Baseball may be shifting towards more of a young man’s game thanks to a burgeoning crop of young superstars, but MLB still has plenty of “senior citizens” who are getting the job done. For example, David Ortiz, who is calling it...
Mark Ross
9 months ago
Albert Pujols
With the introduction of Sabermetrics and advanced analytics into baseball, no major sport has fallen under a numerical microscope like MLB. Every fan can dissect the statistics of their favorite players down to a science, going so far as to see...
Brad Spielberger
9 months ago
John Oliver has never been one to bite his tongue, and he's not about to start now.   The "Last Week Tonight" host went in on the Yankees organization and their exclusive "Premium Seating Location", and on top of that...
Jasmine Watkins
9 months ago
President Woodrow Wilson Opening Day in 1916
The 2016 MLB season started on Sunday with three games, but Monday’s Opening Day signals the official return of America’s pastime. It may not be an official national holiday, but baseball’s Opening Day is always eagerly awaited by...
Mark Ross
9 months ago
Salvador Perez
On Opening Day today every team in MLB has the same record and the same chance to win it all. There are favorites and dark horses, but ultimately nothing will be decided for six months. Many experts and analysts will make their picks on which teams...
Brad Spielberger
9 months ago
Matt Kemp
Baseball is a funny game. A game with no time restriction, built on nuance, and forever romanticized. One of the best quirks about baseball is that anything can happen over the course of nine innings.   Every season, pardon the quasi-Yogi-...
Jake Rose
9 months ago
Mike Trout
The youth movement in MLB is in full force. Not only are the reigning National League MVP and World Series MVP in the “25 and under” category, but the Rookie of the Year winners for both leagues have already entered the “best...
Mark Ross
9 months ago
Nelson Cruz
The MLB history books are filled with players that post All-Star statistics for a season or two — perhaps even challenging for an MVP or Cy Young Award — and then fade into mediocrity. Some were overachievers to begin with, while others...
Nicholas Ian Allen
9 months ago
With spring training winding down and Opening Day just around the corner, optimism is high across Major League Baseball. While every team is still 0-0 and the World Series is theoretically a possibility for all 30 teams, there also is a handful of...
Nicholas Ian Allen
9 months ago
Eric Hosmer
As spring training winds down, expectations are low for several MLB teams that have fully committed to rebuilding in 2016 and beyond, including the Atlanta Braves, Cincinnati Reds, Milwaukee Brewers and Philadelphia Phillies. If those teams lose 90...
Nicholas Ian Allen
10 months ago

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