For the first six years of his Major League Baseball career, Mookie Betts was an integral part of the greatest rivalry in baseball, and arguably one of the best rivalries in all of sports: the Boston Red Sox vs. the New York Yankees.Continue reading “Mookie Betts: Dodgers-Padres Rivarly ‘Great for the Game of Baseball’”
Dansby Swanson may be 27 years old, but the Atlanta Braves shortstop is still a kid at heart—he wants to have fun playing baseball with his friends and teammates.Continue reading “Braves’ Dansby Swanson Reflects on Playing 2020 Season Amid Pandemic”
Alex Rodriguez’s first investment was the purchase of a single duplex in Miami in 2003. The former Texas Rangers and New York Yankees slugger needed approximately $48,000 as a down payment; mere pocket change for a player who would sign the largest free-agent contract in Major League Baseball history at that point when he inked a 10-year, $275 million deal with the New York Yankees four years later. Continue reading “Business Advice From Alex Rodriguez”
The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox appear to be taking baseball’s most-storied rivalry on the road, playing a two-game series at London Stadium in June 2019. Continue reading “Yankees-Red Sox in London Would Be Massive For Baseball in the UK”
The Houston Astros won their first World Series championship by defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5–1 in Game 7 of the World Series on Nov. 1. It was the first World Series title for the Astros, a franchise in their 56th season. The list of teams without a World Series title has now dwindled to seven following Houston’s victory. Continue reading “MLB Teams Yet to Win the World Series”
Aaron Judge has taken Major League Baseball by storm. The slugging New York Yankees outfielder has dazzled and wowed watchers with his power at the plate and surprising agility in the outfield. Judge, 25, put on a clinic while winning the 2017 MLB Home Run Derby.
Get to know Aaron James Judge with these 10 facts: Continue reading “10 Facts About Yankees’ Aaron Judge”
The days of hot dogs, burgers, Cracker Jack, cotton candy and peanuts at baseball stadiums are long gone. Each year Major League Baseball teams come out with new, eye-catching and mouth-watering concoctions to offer to their patrons. Continue reading “Seattle Mariners Selling Grasshoppers This Season”