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5 Things You May Have Missed: Cliff Lee Farts On Camera, A-Rod ‘Mocumentary’ And Jack White At Wrigley
From Cliff Lee breaking wind off the mound to a Browns fan relieving himself on Art Modell’s grave, here are the five stories you may have missed this week.
Have you ever really looked around at the types of people in the crowd during a baseball game? Well, maybe now you will.
John Ryan Murphy spent a while in the minors catching Dellin Betances, hoping they could someday contribute on a higher level.
Authorities Friday were searching for a vandal they say caused an estimated $100,000 in damage to a bronze statue honoring the late-MLB player Cory Lidle.
Okay, whoa. Whoa whoa whoa. Where are you going? Don’t leave. Not rooting for them more than your own favorite teams. That’s not what I mean. Not even rooting for them to win championships. But rooting for them to be good. Rooting for them to be legitimate contenders.
Local cable providers love to remind us that we have nine – yes, nine – professional sports clubs, a way of persuading us to click on this package or that so we can view the screen-in-screen horror we call baseball, football, and basketball.
by @TaraLipinskyMore Columns here. In this week’s That Thing You Missed, comedian Artie Lange bonds with the BoSox, the World Series champs clear up a hairy situation and hockey fans are as tough as the players. Blackhawks […]
The eyes of America are indeed on the Bronx these days where a certain slugger will make his home debut tonight at Yankee Stadium.
Wednesday night, Kobe Bryant used his influence with owner Magic Johnson to nab dugout seats, and talked to CBS2/KCAL9 Jim Hill on how his achilles rehab is coming.
Yankees fans showed Don Mattingly the love from the moment he took the lineup card to home plate Wednesday. Hiroki Kuroda, though, wasn’t feeling nostalgic when facing his old team.
C.J. Wilson outdid Andy Pettitte with seven effective innings, Albert Pujols and Mark Trumbo each had three hits and Chris Iannetta singled home the go-ahead run, leading the Los Angeles Angels to a 5-2 victory over the New York Yankees on Friday night.
The Los Angeles Dodgers will host their first Old-Timer’s game since 1995 Saturday evening at Dodgers Stadium.
Two of the elite talents in the American League, Miguel Cabrera and Mariano Rivera, have begun this year no differently than any other they have played.
Mark Teixeira homered twice and drove in five runs, Russell Martin hit a go-ahead single and the New York Yankees overcame yet another homer by Mark Trumbo to rally past the Los Angeles Angels 6-5 Friday night.