Learn the ‘Banana Ball’: What MLB Could Learn from the Savannah Bananas

Learn the Banana Ball What MLB Could Learn from the

THERE IS A WAITING LIST to be a “Banana Baby”. The Savannah Bananas, a summer league varsity team that routinely takes a hammer to the conventional, kicks off each home game by swaddling a baby in a banana suit and raising baby to heaven like simba. Usually up to 30 babies wait to participate in … Read more

The times the Yankees rowed against the tide and advanced to the playoffs despite a poor start

The times the Yankees rowed against the tide and advanced

With the Yankees visiting Buffalo’s Sahlen Field, New York, to kick off a three-game series against the Blue Jays on Tuesday in what could be a turning point in his season, manager Aaron Boone acknowledged that he is “very concerned ”about the place his team occupies in the standings. “When the offense is on, we … Read more

D-backs reach 23 in a row on the road, new MLB mark

D backs reach 23 in a row on the road new

SAN FRANCISCO – Occasionally, Arizona Diamiondbacks players looked at the Oracle Park slate and the history they saw was familiar and bleak. The Diamondbacks made history dubiously by setting a new MLB record for the modern era (since 1900) by reaching 23 consecutive road losses after being beaten 10-3 by the San Francisco Giants. “It’s … Read more

MLB: Ace Jacob deGrom didn’t hurt his shoulder while pitching

MLB Ace Jacob deGrom didnt hurt his shoulder while pitching

Most accounts of the veteran pitcher’s right shoulder injury Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets, focus on his third inning last Wednesday, when he grimaced and shook his arm after a pitch to left-hander Eric Sogard of the Chicago Cubs. But deGrom really thinks he got hurt in the previous post, when took a … Read more

La Republica de la Pelota: The documentary of how stars are born in the Dominican Republic (Interview)

La Republica de la Pelota The documentary of how stars

One of the main axes of baseball in Latin America for decades has been the Dominican RepublicThat is why, as the third decade of the 21st century elapsed, a group of former baseball players, filmmakers and fans of the game have taken the courage to take to the cinema how such a small country can … Read more

Normality looms over MLB: Stadiums slowly return to full capacity

Normality looms over MLB Stadiums slowly return to full capacity

A day after more than 40 thousand people attended Petco Park to see the Dominican Fernando Tatis Jr. tie for the lead in home runs and that over 30 thousand enjoyed live at Angel Stadium the only show offered by the Japanese batter / pitcher Shohei ohtani, the New York Yankees fitted out every seat … Read more

MLB: 18 years after Randall Simon knocked down a ‘sausage’ with the bat

MLB 18 years after Randall Simon knocked down a sausage

If you’ve been paying attention to baseball for the past 20 years, you’ve probably seen it. Even if you haven’t been paying attention to baseball, it probably somehow made its way into your video-watching orbit. In July 2003, the then first baseman of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Randall Simon, hit one of the Milwaukee Brewers Racing … Read more