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Mets promote Tim Tebow to High-A Florida State League

Tim Tebow was batting only .222/.311/.340 with three home runs, 23 RBI and 69 strikeouts for the low-A ball Columbia Fireflies, but that was apparently more than enough for New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson to promote him. The Mets announced on Sunday that Tebow would be moved to the St. Lucie Mets of...Read More
Jun 23, 2017

David Ortiz throws terrible ceremonial first pitch (Video)

The Red Sox celebrated the storied career of David Ortiz on Friday night, and the former first baseman and designated hitter had his number retired and threw out the first pitch before the team’s game against the Los Angeles Angels. He also spoke to the fans for nearly ten minutes, receiving a warm welcome. Perhaps...Read More
Jun 23, 2017

Report: Mets willing to trade veterans like Jay Bruce and Curtis Granderson

Having fallen well out of the playoff picture, the New York Mets appear willing to turnover much of their roster for young talent. According to ESPN’s Buster Olney, the Mets are now willing to hear offers for a variety of veterans in their clubhouse. Olney goes as far to call New York “open for business”....Read More
Jun 23, 2017

Mike Trout reportedly wanted to sign ‘lifetime deal’ with Angels

Mike Trout will be just 28 years old when he becomes eligible to hit free agency after the 2020 season, and the Los Angeles Angels are going to have to pay an astronomical amount of money in order to keep him. According to a report, Trout proposed an idea back in 2014 that could have...Read More
Jun 22, 2017

Miguel Cabrera tickles Mariners fan’s beard (Video)

Miguel Cabrera found himself within an arm’s length of a bearded fan on Wednesday night, and the All-Star first baseman simply couldn’t resist giving the mane a stroke. During the Seattle Mariners’ 7-5 win over the Detroit Tigers, a foul ball made its way into the stands down the first base line. When a fan...Read More
Jun 22, 2017

Jarrod Dyson breaks unwritten rule with bunt, sparks rally

In one swift act on Wednesday night, Jarrod Dyson proved why one of baseball’s unwritten rules is absurd. Dyson laid down a beautiful bunt for a single during the sixth inning of Seattle’s game against Detroit on Wednesday, breaking up Justin Verlander’s perfect game. Ordinarily the unwritten rules say it’s bad form to break up...Read More
Jun 22, 2017

Mets upset with Yasiel Puig over slow home run trot

Yasiel Puig has done it again. The Cuban slugger is at the center of another controversy over his celebration methods. Puig clubbed a 3-run home run in the bottom of the fourth inning against the New York Mets on Wednesday night and really admired his shot. As he rounded first, Wilmer Flores said something to...Read More
Jun 21, 2017

Freddie Freeman planning to play third base upon return from disabled list

Freddie Freeman has been on the disabled list since mid-May, and apparently his time on the shelf has triggered something of a reawakening in him. The Atlanta Braves slugger told reporters on Wednesday that he plans to play third base for the team upon his return from injury. “[My] mindset is to return as a...Read More
Jun 21, 2017

Addison Russell’s wife files for divorce

Addison Russell’s wife Melisa has reportedly filed for divorce amid allegations of domestic violence. In a statement provided by her legal team, it was announced that Melisa Russell has begun divorce proceedings with the aim of a “swift, amicable and private” resolution for the couple and their son. Text from email being sent out by...Read More
Jun 21, 2017

Dave Roberts calls out Dodgers fans over weak All-Star voting

The MLB All-Star Game may be meaningless to a lot of people, but Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts is disappointed with the number of votes some of his players have received. In particular, Roberts can’t understand how Corey Seager is not the leading vote-getter at shortstop for the National League. After Seager belted three...Read More
Jun 20, 2017

Aaron Judge will consider participating in Home Run Derby

Good news, fans: Aaron Judge is considering participating in next month’s Home Run Derby. The New York Yankees rookie says he received an invitation last week to participate in the fun All-Star week competition. He says he is considering it. “I’m going to think about it for a while,” Judge said Tuesday. “Just haven’t honestly...Read More
Jun 20, 2017

Anthony Rizzo will not be disciplined for collision with Austin Hedges

Anthony Rizzo violated the Buster Posey rule when he collided with Austin Hedges at the plate during Monday’s Cubs-Padres game, but the first baseman will avoid discipline despite violating the rule. MLB chief executive officer Joe Torre spoke with Rizzo and both teams to let them know that Rizzo violated the rule. However, Torre will...Read More
Jun 20, 2017

Padres unhappy with Anthony Rizzo for ‘cheap shot’ play at home plate

San Diego Padres catcher Austin Hedges helped preserve a 3-2 lead in his team’s win over the Chicago Cubs Monday night despite being on the receiving end of a play his manager labeled a “cheap shot.” Kris Bryant lined out to center field with San Diego leading by a run in the sixth, and center...Read More
Jun 20, 2017

Dodgers hoping Adrian Gonzalez will return before All-Star break

The Los Angeles Dodgers are apparently optimistic that their former All-Star first baseman will return to the lineup within a month’s time. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said on Monday that injured slugger Adrian Gonzalez recently received an epidural injection and that he hopes Gonzalez will be back before the All-Star break, per Andy McCullough of...Read More
Jun 19, 2017

Cubs fans name daughter ‘Waveland’ after Wrigley Field street

Two Chicago Cubs fans have raised the bar of fandom. Stephen and Bronwyn Case were lucky enough to have their first child born on Sunday. The two are Cubs fans and decided to name their daughter “Waveland” after the street that runs behind the left field bleachers at Wrigley Field. Stephen proudly shared a photo...Read More