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Pete Rose Finally Gets In The “Hall”


Today we found out who made it into the National Baseball Hall of Fame 2015 class. It’s also a friendly reminder that no matter how deserving, Pete Rose is still not in there. Or is he? Read the rest of this entry

MLB Teams Sing-Along To A Taylor Swift Song on Twitter


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Taylor Swift is everywhere.  She’s on your radio, television and in our wildest dreams.  Normally, we don’t mind – I mean, she’s a solid 11 on a scale from 1-10.  However, the last place we thought T-Swizzle would appear is in the sports world.  We check our guilty pleasures at the gate when we roll into a baseball game, right?  Not yesterday.  The MLB Twitter account posted a photo of baseball gloves, with the caption: “It’s a glove story”, a take on Swift’s song, It’s a Love Story.  Multiple baseball teams couldn’t resist to follow-up with a Twitter sing-along to the tune with their own team’s spin.  Check out the dig that the first place Brewers chipped in with! Read the rest of this entry

Hilarious Headline Is Cherry On Top Of Mets Opening Day Blunders


It is not easy cheering for the New York Mets.  As a man whose own brother and best friends are Met fans, sometimes it’s hard to sit back and watch them be disappointed each and every season. However, they do remain loyal and optimistic. On the other hand, it makes things harder when even the headlines surrounding your opening day loss are just as tragic.  Read the rest of this entry

Derek Jeter’s Best Moments: The Flip Play


The big announcement came down yesterday that Derek Jeter would be retiring at the end of the 2014 MLB season. Being that Jeter has been playing for nearly 20 years and was a player that made me fall in love with baseball, I think it’s only fitting to review some of his best moments as we lead up to the season.  Read the rest of this entry

Robinson Cano, and Jay-Z Are Exactly What Is Wrong With Baseball


By now we all know that a long-term deal for any athlete is a huge mistake. Yes, sometimes it’s a matter of keeping a great player in the same uniform for their entire career (Jeter, Brady, Pedroia), but other times it’s all about the money.  Read the rest of this entry