Alex Rodriguez plans on fighting any suspension or banishment from baseball through the appeals process, according to his lawyer. “We are focused on an appeal,” Rodriguez’s lawyer, David Cornwell, said in an interview Monday with Stephen A. Smith on “The Michael Kay Show” on ESPN New York 98.7.
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Atlanta Braves pitcher Tim Hudson broke his ankle Wednesday night when New York Mets left fielder Eric Young Jr. accidentally stepped on it during a bang-bang play at first base. The gruesome fracture will sideline the 38-year-old Hudson for the season.
Carly Rae Jepsen spent hours, upon hours practicing her pitching skills before executing what is arguably the WORST first pitch in baseball history.
It was always him and his dad. That’s how Bryce Harper remembers it. He would wait for Ron Harper to come home from his shift as an ironworker, a 5-year-old bundle of energy pleading for a pitcher.
If you’re a professional baseball team and want to ask someone to throw the first pitch at one of your games you may want to choose someone other than Carly Rae Jepson.
Why? Because she stinks, as this video shows in no uncertain terms.
In his first game at Yankee Stadium since breaking his ankle in the 2012 playoffs, Derek Jeter singled in his first at-bat. He also didn’t hit the ball out of the infield and ultimately needed a pinch-hitter after he suffered a thigh muscle injury.
It must be every child’s dream to catch a baseball that’s hit into the crowd at a game. And adults too, I guess. Like grown women who really should know better.
This video shows the moment when a woman snatches a baseball out of the hands of a little girl who was excited at having it in her possession. Luckily the cameras caught this woman’s shame.
Bib Papi (David Ortiz) got a little too carried away in his pregame speech and caused a big ruckus by now famously saying, “This is our fucking city and no body is going to dictate our freedom.” He said after the game that the “fucking” was not premeditated and that “it just came out.” What’s all the hubbub about cursing to ignite some people’s patriotic fires? The FCC doesn’t care and why should we?
Congratulations for the filmmakers of the Jackie Robinson biopic! Its debut estimated $9.1 million from 3,003 locations this Friday. With stats like these, its easily one of the top baseball movies of our time by being ahead of “The Benchwarmers” ($6.8 million) and “Moneyball” ($6.7 million). There’s no reason to say it isn’t so as the movie is set for around $25 million for the three-day frame, which would make it the first baseball movie ever to open north of $20 million.
This video shows the career highlights reel of Ryan Freel. Normally this would be something to celebrate, but it comes at a time of sadness, with Freel having been found dead at the tender age of 36.