By sheer coincidence, athletes from three different teams in three different places hung out with penguins today. But we need to know: Who was the best?
This shit is straight up paranormal. Greg Amsinger, hosting a live look-in to Wednesday's Giants-Rockies game for MLB Network, eerily predicted Buster Posey's walk-off home run. It started with an innocuous feeling in his "bad knee." But the real wizardry begins right before Amsinger hands off the broadcast to the…
San Francisco Giants teammates Madison Bumgarner and Buster Posey made MLB history Sunday against the Diamondbacks by becoming the first starting pitcher-catcher pair to ever hit grand slams in one game.
The MLB rules committee has voted to make collisions at home plate illegal. This isn't an official rule change yet, as the decision still has to be approved by the players, but it sure looks like the home plate collision's place in baseball is no more.
Today's decisive NLDS Game 5 between the Giants and Reds became decisive a little earlier than Cincinnati would care for, as Buster Posey's fifth-inning grand slam gave San Francisco a 6-0 lead with the Reds finding their offense unable to do much against Matt Cain (at least until that point; they'd score a few later…
(That is not Buster Posey.)
The 2010 NL Rookie of the Year played in just 45 games last season because, and solely because, he is a catcher.
The fallout over the season-ending Buster Posey collision has reached the Hall of Fame. Johnny Bench didn't stick up for his fellow catcher, blaming the situation on Posey:
Scott Cousins sealed a Marlins win in the 12th inning last night, by way of a full-force collision with Giants catcher Buster Posey at home plate. The tackle left Posey with a serious leg injury (in the last second-to-last angle here, especially, you can see his right ankle bend in such a way that it looks like he's…
Your morning roundup for May 21, the day we robbed the Knights of Columbus and a tattoo parlor. H/T E. Gunther for the screencap.
Posey happened all over the place yesterday—4-for-5 and a play at home that was something like full-contact jai alai—and it reminded us that once, before the media began handing out Fields Medals and MacArthur Grants, Brian Sabean was an idiot.