Baseball fans in the 1980s had plenty of great hitters to admire. There were fewer players who hit for both average and power than in previous decades, but the Eighties was about team play, and the hitters that stood...
A healthy Yu Darvish is one of the most impressive pitchers in Major League Baseball. When he returns in 2016 he could well lead his Texas Rangers to the AL West pennant.
2015 AL MVP Josh Donaldson may only now be reaching his potential. Don't bet against Donaldson winning another MVP award. He'll also get a spot in season 4 of the History Channel's Vikings.
"Take Me Out To the Ballgame," was a tune that was written in 1908. It was so catchy, it is now sung in virtually every baseball game in America. The inspiration for the song was charming in it's creation.
AL Cy Young winner in 2013. Two no hitters in 2015, and NL Cy Young winner in 2016, Max Scherzer will surely be one of the most dominating pitchers in baseball again in 2017.
What a week it was; full of strange and wonderful stories, amazing and unbelievable feats of baseball ability and even a few that boggle the mind of a dyed in the wool fan.
Though injured and far from the best hitter on the Minnesota Twins in 1991, Gene Larkin provided the only hit that mattered in Game 7 of the World Series, sending the Twins to the championship.
New York Yankees Tony Kubek and Bobby Richardson were called the “Milkshake Twins,” the second base-shortstop combination that anchored the Yankees during the late 1950s through the mid-1960s.
In 1961, New York Yankees Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris both pursued Babe Ruth’s single-season record for home runs. This article looks at the friendship that season deepened, especially their being roommates while...
Pitching a baseball is not the same as throwing one. Pitching is an art and a science. Baseball is played—and understood by fans—primarily between the ears. It is largely a mental game that appears to be...