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.
"Who has the most rings" has always been a brainless exercise in absolutism, but at least within team sports, we're forced to consider some context when applying it to individual players. Why, then, do we still universally use this methodology when ranking tennis players?
Last night's 15-13 extra innings Braves win over the Phillies game was weird. For one, it's the second-most runs ever allowed in a game started by Roy Halladay. (The record is 17, per commenter below.) Halladay also gave up a grand slam to Atlanta's Brian McCann, the first such homer since Evan Longoria launched one…
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