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Aroldis Chapman Out A Month With Rotator Cuff Inflammation 


Maybe all of those high-intensity, career-elevating innings that Aroldis Chapman posted in helping the Cubs win their first Worl

Aroldis Chapman Is On His Mariano Rivera


Aroldis Chapman makes closing look easy.

However, the uneasiness of October, the sudden ineptitude of Chicagos potent offense and the reality of possible elimination forced him into a Game 5 World Series situation unlike any in his illustriou

Aroldis Chapman won’t be charged in domestic violence case


According to

Aroldis Chapman Is MLB’s Fastest Fireman Tossing In Real NY Time 


Back in the golden days AKA "The Derek Jeter Era," when King George Steinbrenner ruled the Bronx, the Yankees were known for making tsunami-splash trades and nabbing the most coveted free agents off the market.

They were also known for taking

This Yankees Team Could Be The Best Ever


Listen up, Baseball America.

The New York Yankees, this 2018 edition, might be the best team e

Aaron Judge Gets Hot And The Yankees Get Even In The ALCS


The Yankees were floundering. Down 4-0 against Houston through six innings and facing a 3-1 deficit in the best-of-seven American League Division Championship, the Bronx Bombers needed a miracle.  

Major League Baseball Won’t Tolerate Domestic Violence


Major League Baseball is proving that its willing to go above and beyond the legalities of the system and impose punishments that it personally deems fit for players involved in domestic violence situations. While NFL football is still criticized f

A Bird’s Eye View On The Ground In Chicago


People screaming.

People hugging and high-fiving random people.

And people are wandering Chicago streets with tears in their eyes that their lifelong dream had finally become a reality.

The Chicago Cubs are World Series Champion

Game 7 Of The World Series Made Me Love Baseball Again


Baseball hasn't been a viewing priority for me since perhaps the 5th or 6th grade. Back then, it was an excuse to sit on my grandfather's living room floor, sipping on more Pepsi Cola than I was allowed to have, as we watched the Los Angeles Dodger