It is a testament to Buster Posey’s abilities that he didn’t nail Jake Peavy in the head on this throw during Saturday’s game.
Here’s something fun from Thursday’s Lightning-Stars game. Dallas forward Jamie Benn worked his way through the neutral zone while sliding on his knees, stood up, and passed the puck to teammate Patrick Eaves. Eaves didn’t score, but it’s still a cool little highlight from Benn.
With Mike Moustakas facing an 0-2 count in Wednesday night’s game, Fox Sports Kansas City announcer Ryan Lefebvre claimed that the Royals third baseman would not only get a curveball from White Sox pitcher Jose Quintana, but crush it for a home run into Kansas City’s bullpen. “He’s gonna sit on a hanging curveball…
One creative Blue Jays fan edited together every team home run (through Aug. 26) and set it to Johnny Cash’s version of “God’s Gonna Cut You Down” for an oddly captivating compilation. You’ll find something new to watch with every viewing.
Kelby Tomlinson might not have prevented the Giants’ bullpen from blowing Monday night’s contest against the Braves, but the gangly 25-year-old rookie did his best with his only at-bat of the game.
The San Francisco Giants had one bright spot as the Dodgers drubbed them 17-0 last night. Manager Bruce Bochy and pitcher Brett Bochy became a fun piece of trivia after a pitching change in the sixth inning. Brett's major-league debut marked the first time in MLB history that a manager called for his son in relief.
The crushing machine takes a bit to fully squish (it's a scientific term) the baseball, but when it does, you'll likely feel fulfilled. The same result can also be produced by leaving a pitch over the middle of the plate to Giancarlo Stanton.