Tag Archives: MLB

  • Excited Royals Fan Gives Us the Creepiest Belly Dance of All-Time (GIF)

    Excited Royals Fan Gives Us the Creepiest Belly Dance of All-Time (GIF)

    You certainly cannot blame fans of the Kansas City Royals for being a little crazy these days. For the first time since 1989, it’s mid-September and there is actually a mathematical possibility of the Royals making it to the postseason. It’s not a high mathematical possibility, but it exists. The Rays currently sit at the […]

  • Grown Man Steamrolls Kid for Souvenir Baseball at Pirates Game (Video)

    Grown Man Steamrolls Kid for Souvenir Baseball at Pirates Game (Video)

    People will do just about anything to get their hands on a souvenir baseball at a Major League Baseball game.  They’ll leap into bushes, put their children in harm’s way, dive over railings, or even steamroll a child if it means grabbing even the most meaningless ball that makes its way into the stands during […]

  • Evan Gattis Home Run Ball Hits Fan…Again (Video)

    Evan Gattis Home Run Ball Hits Fan…Again (Video)

    If you find yourself at a Major League Baseball game in which the Atlanta Braves are playing, you’re going to want to be extra careful when catcher/left fielder Evan Gattis is at the plate. The dude has a penchant for hitting fans with home run balls. On Sunday night in Philadelphia he hit the longest […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 12th) — Carl Yastrzemski

    This Day In Sports History (September 12th) — Carl Yastrzemski

     It was on this day in 1979 that Carl Yastrzemski hit his 3,000th career hit.  He became the fifteenth player in Major League history to reach that milestone. Carl Yastrzemski  played his entire 23-year baseball career with the Boston Red Sox, accumulating a total of 3,419 hits thanks to a .285 career batting average.  On […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 11th) — Pete Rose

    This Day In Sports History (September 11th) — Pete Rose

    It was on this day in 1985 that Pete Rose recorded the 4,192nd hit of his Major League career, passing Ty Cobb for the all-time lead. One night after going hitless, Rose would get his record-breaking hit, as he recorded a single to left-center-field off San Diego pitcher Eric Snow in his first at bat […]

  • Chris Davis Pulls His Own Version of the Hidden Ball Trick (Video)

    Chris Davis Pulls His Own Version of the Hidden Ball Trick (Video)

    Whenever Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis has come to the plate this season, balls have ended up all over the place—right field, left field, center field, bleachers, upper deck. You name the spot and he’s probably put a ball there, because that’s what happens when you hit 49 home runs. However, on Monday night, Davis […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 6th) – Cal Ripken Jr.

    This Day In Sports History (September 6th) – Cal Ripken Jr.

     It was on this day in 1995 that Cal Ripken Jr. played in his 2,131st consecutive game, setting a new Major League record.  Ripken eclipsed the mark that was previously held by Lou Gehrig. After the Angels’ half of the fifth inning, the game was considered official and Cal had broken the record.  He did […]