There’s a reason why Baseball is “America’s Pastime.”
A 7-year-old boy has become an Internet sensation after being hit with a hiccup attack at the worst possible time: in the middle of a vocal performance in front of a crowded stadium this past weekend. As Ethan Hall belted out the Australian national anthem before an Australian Baseball League game between the Adelaide Bite…
Miss Texas throws out the first pitch prior to the Angels-Rangers game and it goes just a bit outside. Miss Texas was a good sport, though, and laughed it off.
Gangsta 50 and President Mom Jeans in a playoff for worst first pitches, right?
A blind teen named Max Ashton did something many felt would be impossible for him: throwing a successful first pitch at a Major League Baseball game. As a representative and graduate of the Foundation for Blind Children, Max Ashton threw the first pitch in the 2011 National League Division Series game between the Arizona Diamondbacks…
As baseball fans settled into their seats at BB&T Ballpark Friday night, a young girl warmed up her arm for the first pitch. Isabella Elmore, 8, watched a message from her dad Philip, which he taped the day before in Germany. She watched him on the big screen before throwing the ball to the catcher…
It’s one of the oldest slogans in baseball: “Hitting the cover off of the ball.” On Friday night it actually happened. Milwaukee Brewers catcher Martin Maldonado stepped up to the plate, connected with the ball and literally hit the cover off of it in his team’s 5-3 victory.
Mariano Rivera receives an emotional sendoff from Andy Pettitte and Derek Jeter as he exits his final game at Yankee Stadium.
Jonathan Villar tries to stretch for a double but is thrown out while making an awkward slide into Brandon Phillips’ tag at second.
Major League Baseball commemorates the events of Sept. 11, 2001, honoring victims and first responders at every ballpark.
(Boston Globe) In this episode of Globe 10.0, Kevin Dupont and Chad Finn debate whether Alex Rodriguez has become the Lance Armstrong of baseball. (By Alan Miller, Globe Staff) CV reader poll question for the comments, more doping in baseball OR cycling?
Major League Baseball announces it is suspending Yankees Third Baseman Alex Rodriguez for the rest of this season and all of the 2014 season for using performance enhancing drugs. But A-Rod still may be able to rejoin the Yankees and play while his suspension is appealed. Rodriguez is one of 13 players suspended by the…
Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez, now playing for the Double-A Trenton Thunder, vowed to keep fighting to play in the majors. Rodriguez is facing a lifetime ban in a performance-enhancing drug scandal.
Do you think President Obama strikes out over his preference of kale over hot dogs at the ballpark?
Jason Giambi, Geovany Soto and Chris Denorfia went deep, while Andrelton Simmons tripled in a wild evening of walk-offs around MLB.
Big Papi threw a big tantrum after striking out against the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday. I wonder who will pay the bill for that phone he smashed to pieces.
Yunel Escobar snags the grounder and glove-flips it behind the back to Ben Zobrist who barehands to first for the double play.