Tag Archives: MLB

  • 13 Most Notable Celebrity First Pitches of 2013

    13 Most Notable Celebrity First Pitches of 2013

    The ceremonial first pitch exists for several reasons. One is to pay tribute to special people that are deserving of some attention or recognition. Another is to suck up to powerful rich people, like politicians and CEOs. But probably the biggest reason, or at least the most common, is to entertain fans and provide celebrities […]

  • Here’s the Best Wiffleball Catch You’ll See All Day (Video)

    Here’s the Best Wiffleball Catch You’ll See All Day (Video)

    We should probably just tell you right upfront that what you’re about to see is probably the best diving, over-the-wall wiffleball catch at a miniature Fenway Park you’ll ever see. It happened at the 12th Annual Travis Roy Wiffleball Tournament, a charity event that benefits and creates awareness for people who have suffered spinal cord […]

  • Yankee Fan Gropes His Passed Out Girlfriend (Video)

    Yankee Fan Gropes His Passed Out Girlfriend (Video)

    There have been lots of incidents of fans getting frisky at sporting events over the years. However, in every case we’ve ever covered here at Total Pro Sports, those involved have always been willing participants…Well, except maybe this guy. Today, however, we bring you video of a young male Yankees fan copping a feel on […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 8/8/2013 — Tim Lincecum

    Stat Line of the Night — 8/8/2013 — Tim Lincecum

    Tim Lincecum entered Thursday’s action in search of his first win since recording a no-hitter back on July 13th of this season.  The Giants have lost each of his three starts since he accomplished the feat, but that skid came to an end thanks to another near-perfect performance from “The Freak.” Lincecum stymied the Brewers […]

  • This Day In Sports History (August 6th) — Carl Yastrzemski

    This Day In Sports History (August 6th) — Carl Yastrzemski

    It was on this day in 1989 that the Boston Red Sox retired the #8 formerly worn by Carl Yastrzemski.  Yastrzemski spent his entire 23 year career with Boston and joined Bobby Doerr (#1), Joe Cronin (#4), Johnny Pesky (#6), Ted Williams (#9), Jim Rice (#14) and Carlton Fisk (#27) as the only players to […]