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  • Will Trump’s casual stance towards white supremacist detour sports team from the White House?

    As the country fractures over the violence in Charlottesville sparked by a white supremacist rally, how President Trump has reacted has done more to increase tensions than quell them. Trump has refused to directly denounce white supremacists saying that there is “blame on both sides.” With CEOs resigning from...
  • Bittersweet night for Aaron”The Judge” Judge last night!!!

    Bittersweet day for Aaron Judge, this was. First came the sweet: He launched an absolute moonshoot against the Mets in the third game of the Subway Series. The ball landed in the third deck at Citi Field. I’ve seen a handful of players hit the ball up there in...
  • Darvish’s record strikeout streak ends!!!

    Yu Darvish made his first start at Dodger Stadium since being traded to the Dodgers on Wednesday night, and he was rudely greeted with a leadoff home run by Leury Garcia. Darvish settled down and wound up allowing three runs on eight hits and one walk in six innings....
  • Rockies’ Chad Bettis Beats Cancer! See Him In Action!

    Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Chad Bettis didn’t show any rust on the mound as he made his 2017 debut in Monday’s game against the Atlanta Braves. Welcome back, @cbettis35!#Together 💪 pic.twitter.com/I2QuKbOfgt — Colorado Rockies (@Rockies) August 15, 2017 Bettis went seven shutout innings, allowing six hits and striking out two batters. It was...
  • Derek Jeter’s group is the new owners of the Marlins, per reports

    After a months-long bidding process, multiple interested parties, and a seesaw of odds as far as who the victorious group would be in the end, the Miami Marlins finally have a deal for new ownership. Current owner Jeffrey Loria has reportedly agreed to sell the team for $1.2 billion...
  • MLB Hall of Famer Don Baylor dies at 68!!!!

    Don Baylor, the 1979 American League MVP, died Monday of cancer. He was 68. “Don passed from this earth with the same fierce dignity with which he played the game and lived his life,” his wife, Rebecca, said in a statement. Baylor played for the Orioles, Athletics, Angels, Yankees,...
  • Don Baylor, former American League MVP with Angels, dies at 68

    Don Baylor, former American League MVP with Angels, dies at 68 The baseball world lost a giant on Monday. Don Baylor, who won the 1979 American League Most Valuable Player award with the California Angels, died in Austin, Texas after a long battle with multiple myeloma. Baylor was 68-years-old....
  • Angels blow late five-run lead in 11-10 loss to the A’s

    At the start of this season, the Angels made comeback victories their thing. For the last week, they have done the opposite, instead surrendering them to opposing teams. On Sunday afternoon at Angel Stadium, they squandered a late five-run lead to Oakland in a 11-10 loss. They suffered a...
  • Adam Dunn: A Hot/Cold Hitter Way Before His Time! 

    Adam Dunn joined Mark Reynolds in Major League Baseball’s 40-homer, 200-strikeout club in the summer of 2012, at a time when that all-or-nothing statistical combination seemed absurd to the point of unthinkable. Dunn launched 462 home runs and whiffed 2,379 times over 14 career seasons with the Cincinnati Reds,...