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Soriano Will Always Be One Inning From Immortality


Yankees outfielder Alfonso Soriano is one of the “forgotten players” that each MLB generation produces for one reason or another. One of those guys that you watched play and

Curt Schilling Is Even Tougher Than We Realized


Curt Schilling was watching the New York City marathon in 2011 when he felt some chest pains that later revealed he'd experienced a heart attack. 

The Boston Globe 

Unforgettable Game, Regrettable Fame 


Those self-righteous proponents of a PED-free baseball world, slung mud and stones and pointed fingers at Alex Rodriguez, contributing to a growing perception that he was

Tampa Bay Rays Are Bushwick Bill’ing MLB


In ‘08 the Tampa Bay Rays miraculously rose from MLB abyss to first-place in baseball’s deadliest division and made the playoffs for the first time in franchise history.

Their success inspired three, young St. Petersburg rappers

MLB Trade Deadline: Go Hard Or Go Home


A three-team deal that sent Jake Peavy to the Red Sox, Jose Iglesias to the Tigers and a host of pro

Jonathan Papelbon Does A Bit Of Sounding Off On His Phillies


When a player is dealing the way Jonathan Papelbon is, but is still seeing their team rack up losses, the frustration is eventually going to reach its ugly pinnacle. That’s what happened with the Phillies closer on Sunday when the team lost i

David Ortiz Takes BP Against Dugout Phone


David Ortiz is having another great year at the plate. On Saturday night, the charismatic and jocular designated hitter went  lost his mind before a brief moment inside the visiting dugout in Orioles Park at Camden Yards.

Good Morning: Mike Napoli Ruined The Yankees’ Weekend


Red Sox 1b Mike Napoli hit his second homer of the night with two outs in the 11th to give Boston an 8-7 win over New York in a game that lasted four 

TSL’s Top 11 Storylines Heading Into MLB’s Second Half



Right about now, Washington GM Mike Rizzo is in his kitchen, slamming dishes and shouting the Florida Evans

Big Papi Is Getting A First Class Ticket To HOF City 


No MLB player who has been considered a designated hitter for most of his career has ever made the MLB Hall of Fame. 

David Ortiz might be the first, though, after setting the MLB record for career hits by a DH (1,688) on Wednesda