Tag Archives: baseball

  • 15 Unlikely MLB Postseason Heroes

    15 Unlikely MLB Postseason Heroes

    One of the best things about postseason baseball is that you get to expect the unexpected. You never know what it will be, but you can count on seeing something completely unpredictable. And the 2012 MLB postseason is certainly no exception. On Friday night, not only did we witness yet another historic comeback by the […]

  • 21 Amazing Baseball Catch GIFs

    21 Amazing Baseball Catch GIFs

    The other day I was watching a little postseason baseball—totally not while I was at work—when I saw St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay make a fantastic catch up against the left-center field wall during Game 2 of the NLDS. At the time the Cardinals were up 7-3, but it was only the 6th […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 10/9/12 — Brett Anderson

    Stat Line Of The Night — 10/9/12 — Brett Anderson

    With their season on the line, the Oakland Athletics sent Brett Anderson to the mound to start Game 3 of the ALDS.  The 24-year-old lefty started just six games during the regular season, but he didn’t buckle under the pressure during what was easily the most important start of his Major League career. The Athletics’ […]

  • Your Canadian Thanksgiving Weekend Highlight Round-Up (Videos)

    Your Canadian Thanksgiving Weekend Highlight Round-Up (Videos)

    As some of you may know (but most of you probably don’t), today is Thanksgiving Day in Canada.  And being a Canadian myself, that means spending less time today doing work, and more time stuffing my face with turkey and watching some Canadian Football League action… …but not before bringing you some of the best […]

  • The 9 One-Game Playoffs in MLB History (Prior to 2012)

    The 9 One-Game Playoffs in MLB History (Prior to 2012)

    In the entire history of Major Leage Baseball, there have only been thirteen occasions in which two teams finished the regular season tied at the top of the standings. Of those thirteen ties, four were settled with a three-game series. The other nine? They were settled with a one-game, winner-take-all, loser-go-home playoff. To the young’ins […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 28th) – Ted Williams

    This Day In Sports History (September 28th) – Ted Williams

    It was on this day in 1941 that Ted Williams finished the regular season with a .406 batting average.  Williams remains the last player to hit over .400 throughout the course of a regular season. Williams entered the final day of the 1941 season with a .39955 batting average, which would have been rounded up […]

  • The Top 20 Active MLB Career Strikeout Leaders

    The Top 20 Active MLB Career Strikeout Leaders

    If you follow Major League Baseball, then you’re probably aware that we’re in the midst of a golden era for pitching. Or at least, that’s what the experts say. However, there’s always two ways to look at any statistical phenomenon. And the other day, as I was watching part of a Chicago White Sox Game—which […]

  • It Was “Star Trek Night” At The Trop in Tampa Last Night (Video)

    It Was “Star Trek Night” At The Trop in Tampa Last Night (Video)

    Earlier this season, the Tampa Bay Rays and nine other teams around Major League Baseball teamed up with Stand Up 2 Cancer and LucasFilms to hold “Star Wars Nights” at the ballpark. I have no idea if these events actually raised any money for cancer research, but we did get to see Darth Vader on […]

  • Vernon Wells Didn’t Make The Catch, But Boy Did He Try (Video)

    Vernon Wells Didn’t Make The Catch, But Boy Did He Try (Video)

    Poor Vernon Wells. I mean that figuratively, of course, because in actuality he’s ridiculously filthy rich. But we make fun of the guy any time the subject of terrible sports contracts comes up because he gets paid an ungodly amount of money to play pretty bad baseball. However, you have to hand it to Vernon: […]