Adam Jones Pies Fans While Celebrating AL East Title

The Baltimore Orioles clinched the AL East last night, which is great news, because the Orioles are not the Red Sox or the Yankees. It is also great news because it gave Orioles all-star outfielder Adam Jones a chance to celebrate his team's division title by mashing pies into the faces of Orioles fans. » 9/17/14 10:24am 9/17/14 10:24am

The Best And Worst Beat Reporters In Baseball: AL East

Rally 'round the flag, boys—we've got one last edition of the Beat-Off. For the last week, you've helped us identify the best and worst beat reporters for 25 teams in Major League Baseball. Now we conclude with the AL East. » 8/07/13 12:37pm 8/07/13 12:37pm

The Toronto Blue Jays Are Out Of The AL East Basement, Barely

The Blue Jays were so far south of their preseason projections that even after a 10-game winning streak they're still the most disappointing team in baseball this season. But! After a wild 11-day charge, they've gone from 12 games back in the AL East to 6.5 back. They're now above .500 for the first time since last… » 6/22/13 9:39pm 6/22/13 9:39pm

Here's Umpire Jerry Meals Trying To Avoid To A Ball And Instead…

The New York Yankees are not getting along very well with Jerry Meals. Last week, the New York Daily News compared Meals to legendary goat Jeffrey Maier, and the usually robotic Mark Teixeira was moved to say Meals's out call in the ninth was "terrible"—he even said, " "Sometimes you wonder if the umpires are just… » 9/15/12 2:30pm 9/15/12 2:30pm

Your Yankees Schadenfreude Update

Ha! Alex Rodriguez came back from a broken hand today after missing every game since July 24—didn't matter, Yankees still lost to the Rays after Dave Robertson gave up a run on a grounder that just barely—ah! so close!—made it to the outfield. The Yankees have lost six of their last ten. » 9/03/12 6:15pm 9/03/12 6:15pm

Richmond Fought The Good Fight Against Kansas Until The Game Started

Your morning roundup for March 26, when James Corley of Conroe, Texas mulls the misfortune of not stopping after his 15th DUI conviction. Now, he'll have 99 years to practice counting to 1,030. » 3/26/11 9:00am 3/26/11 9:00am