Tag Archives: MLB

  • Jon Lester Throws Ball, Glove to First For an Out (Video)

    Jon Lester Throws Ball, Glove to First For an Out (Video)

    Jon Lester earned his second loss in three starts since joining the Chicago Cubs in the offseason on Sunday, but there were some signs of improvement from the $155-million lefty. For one, he allowed just six hits and three runs over 5.1 innings of work, which isn’t great, but it is better than what we’ve seen […]

  • Jays Fan Gets a Beer Shower While Trying To Catch Foul Ball (Video)

    Jays Fan Gets a Beer Shower While Trying To Catch Foul Ball (Video)

    Cubs fans are masters when it comes to catching foul balls with their beer cups. Jays fans? Not so much. Check it out—from Saturday’s game between the Jays and Braves at the Rogers Centre: Your browser does not support iframes. Note to self: When it comes to catching baseballs, beer cups work much better than beer […]

  • Two Cubs Fans Catch Foul Balls In Their Beers, Chug ‘Em (Videos)

    Two Cubs Fans Catch Foul Balls In Their Beers, Chug ‘Em (Videos)

    Catching a foul ball with a beer cup at a baseball game is a pretty rare feat, but it happened twice over the weekend at Wrigley Field during the Chicago Cubs’ three-game series against the San Diego Padres. First, during the ninth inning of Saturday afternoon’s contest, a female Cubs fan made a catch with her […]

  • Jon Lester Twitter Game Much Better than Jon Lester Pickoff Move (Tweets)

    Jon Lester Twitter Game Much Better than Jon Lester Pickoff Move (Tweets)

    The internet can be a real jerk sometimes, and professional athletes probably know this better than most. Any time they screw up, they hear about it from about a million Twitter trolls. Which probably sucks. Fortunately for Cubs pitcher Jon Lester, he knows how to handle himself on social media. After his embarrassing inability to […]

  • Unbelievable Kevin Pillar Catch Robs Rays of a Home Run (Video)

    Unbelievable Kevin Pillar Catch Robs Rays of a Home Run (Video)

    The fences at most ballparks are only seven or eight feet high, making it fairly easy for most outfielders to make home run-saving grabs. However, this is not the case in Toronto. At the Rogers Centre, the fences are 10 feet high, so if you want to rob somebody of a home run you need […]