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Rays Pitcher Throws Wild Pitch on Intentional Walk, Run Scores

Rays Pitcher Throws Wild Pitch on Intentional Walk, Run Scores

Danny Troutman June 30, 2015 0

Last night in the Rays-Indians game, Ronald Belisario threw a wild pitch on an intentional walk allowing the runner to score from third. The Indians led 3-1 in the top of the ninth. Francisco

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MLB Logos As Area Codes Look Pretty Sweet

MLB Logos As Area Codes Look Pretty Sweet

NCB Staff June 28, 2015 2

We’ve seen NFL helmets redesigned with Marvel characters,  NBA logos re-imagined as video game favorites, and countless other witty sports and entertainment crossovers, but nothing as simple and clean as these set of designs. Thanks to

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Phillies Jeff Francoeur makes a play more reminiscent of your 7 year-old in tee ball

Phillies Jeff Francoeur makes a play more reminiscent of your 7 year-old in tee ball

Danny Troutman June 28, 2015 0

Jeff Francoeur, the RF for the Phillies, in his ELEVENTH season in the majors, made a play that you’re more used to seeing at the local little league park watching 7 year-olds.  Francoeur, by

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CC Sabathia Goes Absolutely Bonkers After Astros Pitcher Throws At A-Rod

CC Sabathia Goes Absolutely Bonkers After Astros Pitcher Throws At A-Rod

NCB Staff June 28, 2015 0

Badly struggling and with the Yankees up 6-0 on his Astros, Brett Oberholtzer threw at Alex Rodriguez and was eventually tossed from the game. Oberholtzer’s ejection didn’t stop Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia from wanting to murder

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Major League Baseball Lives in “Interesting Times,” Thanks to Pete Rose

Major League Baseball Lives in “Interesting Times,” Thanks to Pete Rose

Stephen Taylor June 24, 2015 0

No doubt you’ve all heard the old trope about the supposedly ancient Chinese curse that goes, “May you live in interesting times.” “Interesting,” in this Chinese sense, means unsettled, uncertain, perhaps even dangerous times.

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That One Time Deion Sanders & Barry Bonds Faced Off In A Dunk Contest

That One Time Deion Sanders & Barry Bonds Faced Off In A Dunk Contest

NCB Staff June 21, 2015 2

What if we told you that today’s top MLB and NFL starts would take part in a slam dunk competition and the competitors actually took it seriously? You’d be off the charts excited. Who

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The Astros Were Hacked by the Saint Louis Cardinals: Here is Why They Are Worried

The Astros Were Hacked by the Saint Louis Cardinals: Here is Why They Are Worried

Chris Hatch June 18, 2015 0

The internet slowly got wind of another sports scandal (*Author’s note: and thankfully it came along just as the NBA Finals were winding down) on Tuesday: it turns out, the St. Louis Cardinals had hacked

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Terry Francona pees on himself when Michael Bourn got ejected

Terry Francona pees on himself when Michael Bourn got ejected

Danny Troutman June 17, 2015 1

Cleveland Indians CF, Michael Bourn, was ejected after arguing balls and strikes after he struck out looking in the 4th inning of Tuesday’s game.  He actually went to the dugout, watched a replay, then

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Quick Pitch’s Heidi Game: A Little Watney Goes A Long Way

Quick Pitch’s Heidi Game: A Little Watney Goes A Long Way

Stephen Taylor June 15, 2015 0

When the major sports leagues decided to get into the broadcasting business for themselves, I came to the table–or, if you prefer, the remote, as a skeptic. The promise of increased game broadcasts sounded

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Why Not Seven Kansas City Royals Starting The All-Star Game?

Why Not Seven Kansas City Royals Starting The All-Star Game?

Stephen Taylor June 10, 2015 0

Members of the Kansas City Royals are currently leading the vote-getting in 7 of the 9 AL starting positions for the All-Star Game. This fact is causing some people to lose their minds. The

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