A San Francisco high school baseball coach made a racist remark toward his Asian-American player during a game, according to another player’s father, who spoke to columnists Phil Matier and Andy Ross of the San Francisco Chronicle.
The bat flip is not the transgressive act of defiance that it once was (the MLB now celebrates them), but a nice nonchalant bat toss is still the best way to show out after a big dinger. To truly differentiate yourself amongst a nation of bat flippers, you have to stand out, as high school player Dakota Limon does.…
These clips come to us from a high school baseball game between Henry Sibley High and South St. Paul in St. Paul, Minn. Sibley High junior Dan O’Reilly is here to teach us all how to deal with a shot to the dick and balls with great aplomb.
Today’s bizarre video comes courtesy of a Texas Bi-District Playoffs game between Texas High School and Whitehouse High School. After a Texas High player mashes a homer, it sure looks like the umpire runs over to kick a bunch of dirt on home plate.
According to a report from the Dallas Morning News, two baseball coaches at Plano East Senior High School ran a pretty horrifying shop. Details from an investigation conducted by Plano ISD officials were released to the Morning News and wooboy, they’re bad. Not only did two coaches allegedly racially insult their…
Whoever this high school baseball player is, he’s got talent when it comes to waiting for a pitch in the batter’s box. No. 12 really makes sure to limber up and spin his bat around before each swing.
The Washington 3A state baseball title game proved to be a wild scene after what should have been an walkoff walk was called out when the batter was mobbed by his teammates before reaching first base.
Rye High School advanced to the Colorado 2A state championship game today by beating Hotchkiss 9-8 in a semifinal that ended on a perfectly-executed hidden ball trick.
It is a nice Saturday, I got up early and made myself some delicious banana oat pancakes, and the dogs are having fun in the backyard. So it seems like the perfect time to debut a take I have been noodling on: baseball rain delay hijinks are the best thing in sports.
A baseball game in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan that started Thursday took 50 innings and four days to determine a winner, which is amazing in its own way, but wait until you see the two starters' pitch counts.
Was this trick play probably a balk? Yes. But it wasn't called, so let's enjoy it.
Yesterday, we posted a brief, edited audio clip of a high school baseball coach from California absolutely losing it and cursing out his players. Now we've gotten our hands on the full, unedited audio clip. It's long, and it's incredible
On Tuesday, Dylan Fosnacht of Rochester (Wash.) high went 14+ innings, striking out 17 batters and finishing the afternoon with a pitch count of 194. In a year where a disturbing numbers of MLB's best young arms are going in for ligament replacement surgery, Fosnacht's undeniable accomplishment is being tempered with…
Picture of me as a stud high school baseball player, spring on 1985. Look at the classical form, the powerful sense of calm. Textbook isn't it?
So last Tuesday, Iowa's Pella High School baseball team played their final game of the regular season against Fairfield. They got smoked, 7-1. After their loss, they stopped at a Fairfield Burger King for ice cream. This is where our story begins.
I think you can probably call the game.
Via Reddit, a truly unfortunate typo in a high school yearbook. Or maybe not a typo, just a truly unfortunate nickname.
This new twist on the squeeze play comes our way from Texas high school baseball. Rather than waste time and energy running back to third after the batter whiffs on a bunt attempt, our guy just drops to the ground, lets the catcher run over him, and quickly pops back up for an unimpeded run home.
The short answer: One team is very good, one team is not so good, and Ohio's high school mercy rule doesn't account for games getting this ugly, this early.