A Boston baseball icon, two-time World Series Champion, and philanthropist – Tim Wakefield has sadly passes away from brain cancer
The last time the Chicago Cubs had won the World Series was way back in 1908. To put that into perspective, Teddy Roosevelt was in the White House.
As a Milwaukee resident, I was immediately annoyed when I learned like many of you that the Brewers were looking at moving away unless the city coughed up a huge load of money to help with stadium maintenance. Now, I have to feel slightly bad for Milwaukee’s “big brother” Chicago as now the White Sox are considering a divorce from their city. I’d be funnier if it were the Cubs, but no one is that lucky I guess.
Three-time World Series Champion Curt Schilling says the Yanks shouldn’t pull the trigger on their skipper… but they likely will
The Savannah Banana’s are a beloved exhibition baseball team that has not only taken the American Association by storm, but also amazed a huge following across TikTok, Instagram, and every other platform with their Harlem Globetrotter-esque antics. However, that killjoy over at Barstool Sports, Dave Portnoy, things having family-friendly, wholesome fun is stupid.
Whether you’re a die-hard fan or a casual observer, there’s something mesmerizing about a pitch that leaves the batter – and sometimes the audience – utterly stunned. Major League Baseball (MLB) has been graced by several legends with golden arms. Let’s count down ten of the best pitchers who have truly left an indelible mark on the sport.
Within the last week, Kevin Brown, the MASN play-by-play commentator for the Baltimore Orioles, was reportedly suspended for making on-air comments about the team’s poor performance against the Rays. These comments received negative attention from the sports world. Now, the New York Post has obtained details that this situation for Brown may be uglier than anyone anticipated, and it all leads up to the heads of the Orioles.
Today we’re talking about the icons, the game-changers, and the absolute legends of baseball. That’s right, we’re diving into the world of Major League Baseball to explore ten of the most popular players to ever grace the diamond. So grab some peanuts and Cracker Jacks, and let’s get started!
George Herman “Babe” Ruth, the legendary figure in baseball history, left an indelible mark on the sport that still resonates today. His impact went far beyond his exceptional playing skills, as he became a symbol of awe-inspiring athleticism and unparalleled entertainment. However, his journey extended far beyond the confines of the diamond, as he embarked on a personal odyssey of profound significance.
Journalist and host of the Human Events Daily podcast, Jack Posobiec, has put out a call to action to Christian players for the Los Angeles Dodgers, asking them to take a stand against the anti-Catholic group the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, by boycotting the Dodgers’ Pride Night Drag Nun award show.