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  • Baby Born at Petco Park During Padres-Giants Game

    Baby Born at Petco Park During Padres-Giants Game

    I’ve never been there myself, but by all accounts the San Diego Padres’ Petco Park is one of the nicer ballparks in baseball. And that’s a good thing. Because there was a baby born at Petco Park last night during the Padres-Giants game. How did this happen? Well, we don’t actually know. Baseball mommy could […]

  • PNC Park Tarp Swallows Grounds Crew Member Whole (Videos)

    PNC Park Tarp Swallows Grounds Crew Member Whole (Videos)

    The infield tarp at PNC Park was hungry on Tuesday.  So during a rain delay in the third inning of a game between the Padres and Pirates, it decided to wet its appetite by swallowing a grounds crew member whole: Luckily, Andrew McCutchen, Sean Rodriguez, and other members of the Pirates were standing by to […]

  • Will Ferrell Played 10 Positions for 10 MLB Teams on Thursday (Videos)

    Will Ferrell Played 10 Positions for 10 MLB Teams on Thursday (Videos)

    You probably already heard about Will Ferrell‘s intentions to play all 10 positions for 10 different MLB teams during Cactus League play in Arizona.  On Thursday, he did it.  Kinda. I’ll explain what I mean by “Kinda” at the end.  For now, I’ll take you on a quick journey through #FerrellTakesTheField. It started at Hohokam Stadium in […]

  • Padres’ Alex Torres Tries Out New Protective Cap During Game (Video)

    Padres’ Alex Torres Tries Out New Protective Cap During Game (Video)

    Head injuries are a serious thing in baseball, but the risk has never really spurred any big league players to wear anything other than the traditional cap on the field. That changed at Saturday night’s game between the Dodgers and the Padres, as Alex Torres of the Padres tried out a protective baseball cap called the […]

  • Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn Dead at 54

    Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn Dead at 54

    Baseball has lost one of it’s greatest living players. Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, one of the best pure hitters of all time, succumbed to cancer on Monday morning at the age of 54. Gwynn may have never hit more than 17 home runs in a single-season, but he hit .328 for his career, amassing […]