I have three thoughts on Russell Martin’s throwing error in the top of the seventh, a baseball play that I’d never before seen in my life.
Your morning roundup for May 5, the day a former vice president wants you to thank "enhanced interrogation" for the current president's visit to Ground Zero.
Indians outfielder Shin-Soo Choo was arrested early Monday morning on DUI charges, the second such Indian and sixth MLB player this year. People smarter and more serious than we, like ESPN's Keith Law, have noticed and called out the trend—Law tweeted, "I'm so glad MLB is directing its time and money into developing a…
On Friday, Cleveland opened its season on the losing end of a slugfest with the White Sox. Not the worst opening day possible, however much air Fausto Carmona's 3-inning, 10-run performance sucked out of the building—catching stud Carlos Santana went 3 for 5 with a homer.
Think most athletes have a lot of pressure, with glory and shoe deals in the balance? Try being Shin-Soo Choo, who can avoid two years in the military if he leads South Korea to gold at the Asian Games.
Everyone said Eric Wedge was crazy to train wild birds to chase down baseballs in the outfield and distract opposing outfielders. Well, who's the crazy one now, huh? Indians/Birds 1, Royals 0.