Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Bob Brown excelled on the diamond and the gridiron during his teen years, even playing college football for the fabled Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the 1890s. From 1900 to 1909, …MORE »
Signed by the Blue Jays in 1979, Tony Fernandez played 12 memorable seasons in Toronto, winning the hearts of fans with his patented submarine-style throws, unparalleled range and clutch hitting. The popular Dominican shortstop suited …MORE »
By Courtney Lofgren, USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — With today’s technological advances, hitters can pour over material to prepare for every at-bat. Scouting reports, video and computers allow hitters to prepare for all pitchers they could see.
By Jason Beck / MLB.com
DETROIT — Not everyone has a Sparky Anderson story. Everyone seems to have something they learned from him, and more than just baseball strategy or work ethic. It generally revolves around …
On the eve of Olympic Day, the President of the International Baseball Federation, Riccardo Fraccari, issued the following statement to baseball’s national federations:
“The International Baseball Federation is leading the campaign for the return of our …
Thinking that Votto, Morneau, Bay and Martin are the Canadian stars of the game today! How about the names Axford, Bedard, Crain, Hawksworth and Dempster!.
Check out these numbers!
Axford: W-2, ERA-2.62, G-35, SV-20, IP-34.1, K-45
Bedard: W-4, …
By Jonathan Mayo / MLB.com
A year ago at this time, Liam Hendriks was beyond excited.
The Australian right-hander in the Minnesota Twins organization was so overjoyed about being named to the 2010 XM All-Star Futures Game World Team roster …
By Jordan Schelling / MLB.com
MILWAUKEE — It will be at least until mid-August before Justin Morneau is back at first base for the Twins.
Morneau, already on the 15-day disabled list to rest his sore left wrist, will have …
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