Former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling took to Twitter yesterday to announce the good news that his daughter had been accepted into college and would be pitching for the Salve Regina (Rhode Island) softball team next fall.
Miami Marlins outfielder (and new Sports Illustrated body paint model) Giancarlo Stanton will become the first player in MLB history to wear a personalized facemask on his helmet this upcoming season.
Usually when Sports Illustrated and body paint come together, it’s swimsuit models who are the canvas. For the magazine’s latest issue, though, Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton has offered up his body for the cover.
On Monday, Jeremy Guthrie shook the sneaker collecting world when he “formally” announced his retirement as an active sneakerhead.
Given that the legend of Madison Bumgarner is quickly reaching that of a mythical figure, it’s only fitting that Bumgarner dressed up as a Paul Bunyan-esque figure for Giants spring training.
The Red Sox have apparently won the bidding to yet another highly-touted Cuban baseball prospect, as the team has reportedly agreed to a deal that will bring 19-year old infielder Yoan Moncada to Boston for around $31.5 million.
Philadelphia Phillies pitchers sure have generated some attention at the very start of spring training.
Pitchers and catchers don’t officially report for spring training until Friday, but the good news for the Seattle Mariners is that their highly-touted catching prospect Jesus Montero appears serious about re-establishing his role with the organization.
Sometimes you’ve got to go to extraordinary lengths to impress your club at Spring Training. For Danny Espinosa, his new handlebar mustache seems to have done the trick already. That thing is outstanding.
Jay-Z has no clue who Curt Schilling is.
Baseball season is right around the corner and if you’re looking for a weird way to celebrate the new season, boy, do we ever have the thing for you.
On Tuesday, the incredibly weird saga of Alex Rodriguez took another unexpected turn when A-Rod decided to issue a hand written apology to “the Fans” for his role in his suspension from baseball.