VIDEO: A’s Postgame Desk Falls Apart on the Air

April 4, 2017

The Oakland Coliseum is crumbling, but that doesn’t seem to be the only thing. After the A’s pulled out their first win of the season over the Angels, they had their postgame coverage with Broodie Brazil, Jose Canseco, and Shooty Babbitt. However, while live on air, Broodie Brazil’s section of the table somehow collapsed out of nowhere. Here is the hilarious video of the table falling apart: @BrodieNBCS literally bashes…

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BREAKING: Mets Pitcher Reportedly Has Slight UCL Tear

April 4, 2017

We are only in the first week of the regular season, and the New York Mets are already dealing with injuries to their pitchers. Right-handed starter Seth Lugo has reportedly been diagnosed with a slight UCL tear. The good news is that he’s not expected to undergo surgery, and instead will be given a PRP injection followed by rest. Per team source, Seth Lugo has a slight UCL tear in…

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VIDEO: Braves Bring in Allen Iverson to Hilariously Discuss Braves Stadium Parking

April 4, 2017

The Braves will play their first regular season game at SunTrust Park on April 14th, but a big concern has been about parking. However the Braves have brought in a special guest to assure us that parking will not be an issue. The Braves brought in former NBA star Allen Iverson to let everyone know there is no reason to worry about parking. Parking? We in here talking about parking?…

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Top-100 prospects on MLB Opening Day rosters

April 3, 2017

Enough speculation. Enough talk. Enough training. It’s time for The Show. After an offseason filled with wonder about who would wind up where, 11 of MLB.com’s top-100 prospects will begin the 2017 season on a Major League 25-man roster. This isn’t an inexperienced group, however. Reds lefty Amir Garrett is the only one yet to make his MLB debut. Of course, just making the Majors isn’t the end of the…

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Six MLB Sleeper Teams That Could Surprise Everyone In 2017

March 30, 2017

So much can be learned over the course of a 162-game season. What we believe to be true in March and April might reveal itself to be false by the time September and October roll around. On the flip side, things we never saw coming might show up out of nowhere and force us to take notice. It’s a beautiful reality, really. And while we think we know which teams…

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Former Giant Admits He Played All of 2010 Under the Influence

March 30, 2017

The MLB’s fight with drugs rages on. In a podcast with ESPN’s Buster Olney, former San Francisco Giant Aubrey Huff opened up about the various demons that plagued him throughout his playing career. For a time, baseball was on the outskirts of Huff’s priority list. The veteran infielder turned to Adderall to keep him going. At his lowest points, Huff grew such a dependance on it that he confessed to Olney that he…

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Jury Rules Cleveland Indians Not Liable for Serious Foul Ball Injury

March 29, 2017

While there are no real winners in a difficult situation, the Cleveland Indians have won a judgment against a fan injured at a game in 2012. In July of that year, a fan named Keith Rawlins was injured by a foul ball at a game, suffering a fractured eye socket and losing vision in his left eye, among other injuries. A jury says the Indians aren’t responsible for injuries to a…

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VIDEO: Alex Gordon Blasts 481-Foot Bomb Against White Sox

March 29, 2017

The Kansas City Royals missed the postseason last year after two straight years of making it to the World Series. Among those struggling on the Royals squad in 2016 was left fielder Alex Gordon. The Gold Glove outfielder had a hard time getting right at the plate last season, but he has looked as good as ever this spring. Just look at the bomb he hit on Tuesday off of…

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White Sox Won’t Trade Jose Quintana by Opening Day

March 29, 2017

​Looks like the last man standing is going to stay that way a little longer. When Chris Sale and Adam Eaton were dealt just weeks apart from each other, it felt like the White Sox were in full sell-mode. It was just a matter of time before Jose Quintana would follow those studs out the door. Quintana has beaten the odds in that regard, and it looks like he’ll be…

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REPORT: Tigers Young SP to Get Rotation Spot With Anibal Sanchez Demotion

March 29, 2017

The top of the Tigers’s rotation, led by Justin Verlander and Michael Fulmer, enjoyed tremendous success last season, but the rest of their starters had some serious struggles. As a result, Detroit has chosen to shake up their rotation for 2017. Veteran right-hander Anibal Sanchez will come out of the bullpen to start the season, and the team is actively shopping starter Mike Pelfrey in order to make way for some younger…

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