» 'The Martian' launches into orbit for Somerset
2024/05/26 22:11 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Yankees' top prospect slugs first homer of '24 in three-hit night (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Yard Goats' Amador busts out with career day
2024/05/26 22:11 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Top Rockies prospect collects five hits, with a pair of home runs (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Fayetteville's Santander pulls double duty
2024/05/26 22:11 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Astros first baseman has two hits, twirls perfect frame to earn save (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» May 26 in Baseball History: Ty Cobb Shatters Records & Haddix’s Heartbreak
2024/05/26 01:00 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
Last Updated: May 9th, 2024 by Jake Cain1925: Ty Cobb Hits 1,000th Extra-Base Hit On May 26, 1925, Ty Cobb etched his name into Major League Baseball history by hitting his 1,000th extra-base hit. This historic achievement made him the first player in MLB to reach such a milestone. Cobb’s record-setting performance underscored his status as one of baseball’s elite hitters and secured his place in the sport’s storied annals. 1946: Mel Ott Ends Playing ... Read more The post May 26 in Baseball History: Ty Cobb Shatters Records & Haddix’s Heartbreak appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» Band of Horses, RiverDogs unite for unique merch
2024/05/25 19:12 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Rays' Single-A affiliate gets rocking new look in limited line collab (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Podcast: Penrod shares long journey to Double-A
2024/05/25 19:12 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Penrod shares journey from indy ball to Double-A Portland (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» “Baseball Nation”
2024/05/25 11:56 from Bardball
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» May 25th in Baseball Lore: The Babe Gets Suspended and Fergie Reaches 3k
2024/05/25 01:00 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
Last Updated: May 7th, 2024 by Jake Cain 1906: Jesse Tannehill Ends Boston’s Losing Streak On May 25, 1906, Jesse Tannehill was instrumental in halting the Boston Pilgrims’ record-setting losing streak of 20 consecutive losses with a 3-0 shutout. 1919: Casey Stengel’s Bird Trick On May 25, 1919, the crowd at Brooklyn’s ballpark witnessed a peculiar yet delightful moment courtesy of Casey Stengel. While playing for the Pirates, Stengel reached into his cap and surprised ... Read more The post May 25th in Baseball Lore: The Babe Gets Suspended and Fergie Reaches 3k appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» The Better Left-Handed Hitter: Stan Musial vs. Carl Yastrzemski
2024/05/24 18:14 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
Stan Musial vs Carl YastrzemskiLast Updated: May 24th, 2024 by Jake Cain Stan Musial and Carl Yastrzemski are renowned for their talents on a baseball field. Both players left indelible marks on the game, and their careers are often compared for their longevity, consistency, and sheer excellence. Let’s take a closer look at these two legends and see how their Hall of Fame careers compare to each other. Early Career and Establishing Themselves Stan Musial began his Major League ... Read more The post The Better Left-Handed Hitter: Stan Musial vs. Carl Yastrzemski appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» Ben's Biz discovers The Force with the Stockton Ports
2024/05/24 18:09 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
An evening at Stockton's Banner Island Ballpark on May 4 (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Knights' Kuhl makes the most emotional start of career
2024/05/24 18:09 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Right-hander pitches in honor of his wife on breast cancer night (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Rodriguez gets into great routine with Wind Surge
2024/05/24 18:09 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Twins No. 3 prospect homers off Snelling, makes tough OF catch (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» A Hall of Fame Showdown: Stan Musial vs. Willie Mays
2024/05/24 17:58 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
Willie Mays vs Stan MusialLast Updated: May 24th, 2024 by Jake Cain Stan Musial and Willie Mays are two baseball titans who not only left their mark through incredible stats but also through the lasting impact they had on fans and the sport itself. Let’s dive into the careers of “Stan the Man” and “The Say Hey Kid” to see how they stack up against each other in terms of statistics, impact on the game, and overall achievements. Early ... Read more The post A Hall of Fame Showdown: Stan Musial vs. Willie Mays appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» The Battle of Legends: Babe Ruth vs. Ted Williams
2024/05/24 17:48 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
Babe Ruth vs Ted WilliamsLast Updated: May 24th, 2024 by Jake Cain Babe Ruth and Ted Williams are two of the all-time greats. The Babe set the world on fire with his record-setting home runs, while Teddy Ballgame was universally admired for his pure hitting skills. Let’s dive into their careers, statistics, impact, and accolades to see how these two titans of baseball stack up against each other. Transformative Figures in Baseball Babe Ruth began his career as a ... Read more The post The Battle of Legends: Babe Ruth vs. Ted Williams appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» Who Was Baseball’s Best? The Babe vs. The Say Hey Kid
2024/05/24 17:00 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
Babe Ruth vs Willie MaysLast Updated: May 24th, 2024 by Jake Cain If you ask experts for their baseball Mount Rushmore, you’re likely to hear two names come up a lot: Babe Ruth and Willie Mays. Ruth is an icon and is often credited with transforming baseball into a game of home runs, captivating America with his power at the plate. Mays, on the other hand, dazzled with his all-around abilities. Let’s dive into these two historic careers and ... Read more The post Who Was Baseball’s Best? The Babe vs. The Say Hey Kid appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» Free Friday: Umpire State of Mind
2024/05/24 16:43 from JoeBlogs
On the plane to Cooperstown for what looks to be a super-fun weekend around the unveiling of the new exhibit, “The Souls of the Game: Voices of Black Baseball.” Will give you a full report… I’m expecting it to be amazing. Oh, and hey, if you’re going to be in Cooperstown this weekend for the event—I’ve already met a couple of people on the plane who are going up for it—I’ll be at the game on Saturday. I’m not doing anything official, but I’ll be there with Bob Kendrick, so if you want to come up and say hi, please do.

» Baseball Birthdays This Weekend
2024/05/24 15:57 from Mike McCann's Field of Fotos

» It Ain’t Worth It
2024/05/24 11:26 from Bardball
by Casey Stengel The trouble is not that players have sex the night before a game. It’s that they stay out all night looking for it. You gotta learn that if you don’t get it by midnight, chances are you ain’t gonna get it, and if you do, it ain’t worth it. Many thanks to … Continue reading "It Ain’t Worth It"

» May 21, 2024
2024/05/24 01:52 from Bardball
by Fred Lovato Shohei lays down bunt despite ugly aesthetic universe bewitched

» Have The Isley Brothers Ever Been To Lollapalooza?
2024/05/24 01:25 from The Tainted Glove Network
Join us tonight in the 70th Hookup record bin. We are digging into a recent show at the Salt Shed with Sleep Token. We then dig into the Isley Brothers magic. From their we go into Chicago's Material Issue and their power pop finesse. Al Green gets a shout out. We talk the brand new Cage The Elephant' Neon Pill! Thank you for rocking and rolling with us! The post Have The Isley Brothers Ever Been To Lollapalooza? appeared first on Sadistic Penguin Studios .

» May 24 in Baseball History: The Night the Lights Came on in Cincinnati
2024/05/24 01:00 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
Last Updated: May 7th, 2024 by Jake Cain 1928: Hall Of Famers Galore In Yankees Vs. A’s Game On May 24, 1928, the New York Yankees faced the Philadelphia Athletics in a contest that featured an astonishing thirteen future Hall of Fame players. The game results can be found on the New York Yankees beat Philadelphia Athletics (9-7) from that memorable day, but the sheer star power on the diamond truly set this game apart. ... Read more The post May 24 in Baseball History: The Night the Lights Came on in Cincinnati appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» Fame 43: Clayton Kershaw
2024/05/23 18:02 from JoeBlogs
OK, it has been 77 days since we had our last entry in the Fame 50 series—where I count down the 50 most famous baseball players of the last 50 years. During that time, I’ve done 60 JoeBlogs posts, including one season preview post for each big-league club, and I’ve been on the road for the

» Walk doesn't tarnish Matthews' astonishing K run
2024/05/23 17:59 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Twins prospect fans 49 before giving up first base on balls of '24 (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Trash Pandas fans go off menu to eat cicadas?!?
2024/05/23 17:59 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Rocket City broadcasters taken aback by insect consumption (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Player of the Week Spotlight: Rays' Carson Williams
2024/05/23 17:59 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
MLB's No. 16 prospect posted a 1.787 OPS in 5 games with Biscuits (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» TinCaps shine a light on mental health issues
2024/05/23 17:59 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Fort Wayne focuses on 'striking out the stigma' in annual promotion (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Sometimes it's a zoo out there at the ballpark
2024/05/23 17:59 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Animals on field entertaining distractions on Minors' landscape (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Pedro! Pedro! Pedro! 9 Pedro Martinez Moments That Remind Us How Filthy He Was
2024/05/23 13:59 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
pedro meme1Last Updated: May 23rd, 2024 by Michael SchatzPedro Martinez is one of the greatest players in baseball history. His mastery on the mound, coupled with his charismatic personality, made him a favorite among fans and critics alike. For nearly 20 seasons Pedro dominated some of the best hitters in baseball – and made it look easy. His career is a laundry list of achievements and milestones. So sit back, relax, and get ready to delve ... Read more The post Pedro! Pedro! Pedro! 9 Pedro Martinez Moments That Remind Us How Filthy He Was appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» Cut It Out: 11 Mariano Rivera Moments That We Love Saving For A Rainy Day
2024/05/23 13:55 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
rivera meme1Last Updated: May 23rd, 2024 by Michael Schatz There’s a certain magic to the name Mariano Rivera. It’s a name synonymous with perfection and excellence. As the all-time saves leader and a cornerstone of the New York Yankees dynasty, Rivera’s career is full of unforgettable moments. So turn up Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” and sit back and relive the thrills and chills of the Rivera era with us. The All-Time Career Saves Holder If Mariano Rivera ... Read more The post Cut It Out: 11 Mariano Rivera Moments That We Love Saving For A Rainy Day appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» The Best of Rickey Henderson: 10 Unforgettable Career Highlights
2024/05/23 13:51 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
rickey meme1Last Updated: May 23rd, 2024 by Michael Schatz There’s never been a player like Rickey Henderson. He played the game with a confidence and swag that was unrivaled. And he had the talent to back it up. The self-proclaimed “greatest of all time” wasn’t making that up; he really is the greatest base stealer of all time. From his record-shattering steals to his unforgettable consistency, Henderson’s career was an electrifying spectacle filled with amazing moments. ... Read more The post The Best of Rickey Henderson: 10 Unforgettable Career Highlights appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» The Foul Pole
2024/05/23 11:45 from Bardball
by Jim Siergey Originally appeared in The Chicago Baseball Magazine.

» Milan van der Breggen Goes Collegiate
2024/05/23 10:29 from Dutch Baseball Hangout
In the past years, Dutch pitcher Milan van der Breggen returned to the Netherlands after the college season in the USA ended. This year it will be different. Milan will join one of the many collegiate teams in the US. After he got his Master Degree at Oakland City College, he already made clear to … Continue reading "Milan van der Breggen Goes Collegiate"

» May 23 in Baseball History: Hack Wilson Gets Busted and Tommy Greene Throws a No-No
2024/05/23 01:00 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
Last Updated: May 6th, 2024 by Jake Cain 1926: Hack Wilson Hits Scoreboard, Gets Arrested On May 23, 1926, Hack Wilson earned a place in baseball lore when he rocketed a ball that struck the Wrigley Field scoreboard. Unfortunately, Wilson’s day concluded with an arrest for defying the Prohibition Act, adding a notorious twist to his on-field heroics. 1978: Red Sox Ownership Transfer Approval On May 23, 1978, the American League sanctioned the acquisition of ... Read more The post May 23 in Baseball History: Hack Wilson Gets Busted and Tommy Greene Throws a No-No appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» Penned In
2024/05/22 19:28 from JoeBlogs
You should know, right up front, this has no sports in it. In fact, I have no reason to think you will have any interest in this at all. But when has that stopped me? This might come across a little bit here… I have something of an obsessive personality. It’s something I get from my mother, who has spent a lifetime obsessing over countless hobbies* and television shows and whole bunch of other things.

» New ballpark planned for Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium site
2024/05/22 16:06 from Ballpark Digest
This plan has been in the works since 2016, and now it’s finally coming to fruition, as Georgia State University is moving forward with a new college ballpark on the footprint of the former Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium. Atlanta Stadium propelled Atlanta as a major-league city, serving as home to the Atlanta Braves and the NFL’s […] The post New ballpark planned for Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium site first appeared on Ballpark Digest .

» RIP, Chain of Lakes Park
2024/05/22 15:09 from Ballpark Digest
Our noses have been buried in our next three book projects; hence the lack of postings. Here’s some updates from the last month, beginning with the sad news that Winter Haven’s Chain of Lakes Park, former spring-training home of the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians, has been torn down–but baseball will still be played […] The post RIP, Chain of Lakes Park first appeared on Ballpark Digest .

» Here are some forward-thinking throwback promos
2024/05/22 13:31 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
These must-catch events for all 30 parent clubs honor the past (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Salas 'rewarded' with first homer for TinCaps
2024/05/22 13:31 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Top Padres prospect, 17, working hard as youngest High-A player (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Home Run Derby X to hit four MiLB parks in 2024
2024/05/22 13:31 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
Stops will include Fort Wayne, Albuquerque, Nashville, Durham (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» Road to The Show™: Tigers’ outfielder Clark
2024/05/22 13:31 from Baseball News | MiLB.com
No. 13 overall prospect begins to flash five-tool potential (Feed generated with FetchRSS )

» MCUamania Runnin’ Wild!
2024/05/22 13:31 from The Tainted Glove Network
This week we've got a nice fusion of comics and wrestling. Bologna of the Chicago Sports Bums as well as our Penguin pal Tony from At The Show/Hookup On Music join me as we recast Marvel superheroes with professional wrestlers! Whatcha gonna do when the three of us draft ::insert wrestler:: Also for the firs time ever the actual characters will be selected for us via a randomizer wheel! This is either gonna be a trainwreck or become a staple for this pod moving forward! The post MCUamania Runnin’ Wild! appeared first on Sadistic Penguin Studios .

» Triple Play
2024/05/22 13:24 from Bardball
by R. Gerry Fabian It is soaking humid night. Even the ball park lights are perspiring. Top of the ninth. Bases loaded. No outs. The batter smashes a line drive to third. Caught- step on third, fire the ball to first. Game over. R. Gerry Fabian is the author of three novels and four books … Continue reading "Triple Play"

» Wayback Wednesday: This Poster Tells a Story or Two
2024/05/22 13:04 from Mike McCann's Field of Fotos

» May 22 in Baseball History: Home Runs Galore
2024/05/22 01:00 from Blog – Ballpark Savvy – Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game
Last Updated: May 3rd, 2024 by Jake Cain 1963: Mantle’s Monumental Blast On May 22, 1963, Mickey Mantle demonstrated his legendary hitting prowess. He sent a Bill Fischer pitch nearly over the right-field facade at Yankee Stadium. 1968: Stargell’s Power Display On May 22, 1968, Willie Stargell hammered three home runs at Wrigley Field, along with a double and a single, in a powerhouse exhibition against the Cubs. He nearly added a fourth homer to ... Read more The post May 22 in Baseball History: Home Runs Galore appeared first on Ballpark Savvy - Save Money At Your Next Baseball Game .

» At The Show Presents V.H.S (Viewing Hollywood Stories)#7: From Tupac’s Movies to Dangerous Liaisons!
2024/05/21 22:21 from The Tainted Glove Network
Thank you for renting the 7th edition of V.H.S presented by At The Show Podcast. We take a look into the films of Tupac. We go through Juice to Poetic Justice and what made him a special talent. We also take a look at the performances of Glenn Close and Michelle Pfeiffer in the classic Dangerous Liaisons. Also diving into the Last Action Hero soundtrack and all the classic tracks included. Lot's more movie fun in store so tune in to see what's playing on the V.H.S. The post At The Show Presents V.H.S (Viewing Hollywood Stories)#7: From Tupac’s Movies to Dangerous Liaisons! appeared first on Sadistic Penguin Studios .

» Kavadas Crushes It: Part One
2024/05/21 20:11 from chelsearoemer
Kavadas Looks to Build On an Impressive 2022 Season* The echo of metal cleats meeting the pavement grows louder as a cluster of white...

» A Gift From Baseball
2024/05/21 19:29 from The Winning Run
Umpiring is hard, and often thankless. Even when you do everything right and make the right call, half the people are upset with you. The other day, my daughter asked me if I won my baseball game. I smiled and told her yes, I always win. Even the slowest and most poorly played games are […]

» Nerding Out on Bat Tracking
2024/05/21 16:51 from JoeBlogs
It has been a good while since we have really nerded out on some baseball numbers… and it just so happens that the folks over at Statcast™ have given us a whole bunch of new numbers to nerd out over. They call it “bat tracking,” and I have no idea what it’s about, but let’s learn about it together, shall we?

» Skenes Zero-hitZ CubZ
2024/05/21 11:46 from Bardball
by Dr. Rajesh C. Oza Inning 1: Zero hits off pitching phenom Paul Skenes; Three Cubs go down swinging. Inning 2: Praise the name pronounced Skeenz; Three more Ks: Ka-ching, Ka-ching, Ka-chinging. Inning 3: He throws the ball 100 miles per hour; “Only” one strikeout, but Cubs still have no hits. Inning 4: From where … Continue reading "Skenes Zero-hitZ CubZ"

» Shohei Ohtani: The Best is Yet to Come
2024/05/20 22:05 from Off The Bench
As you’re reading Off the Bench Baseball, I surely don’t need to tell you who or what Shohei Ohtani is. Yet, for clarifications sake, let’s take a moment to be sure we’re all starting the following discussion on the same page: Coming into the 2024 season, the 29-year-old Ohtani has a Rookie of the Year […] The post Shohei Ohtani: The Best is Yet to Come appeared first on Off The Bench .

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