Kershaw Wins NL MVP, Cy Young

Thursday night Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw was named the 2014 National League MVP.  It came just one day after being named the NL’s Cy Young winner as the Continue Reading →

Farewell to The Captain of New York

In typical fashion, New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter made his final at-bat a memorable one. The newest Yankee retiree hit a walk-off RBI to win the final home game, Continue Reading →

MLB Selects New Commissioner

In preparation for Bud Selig’s departure in January 2015, Major League Baseball has just selected their new commissioner.  MLB chief operating officer Robert Manfred was chosen as the 10th commissioner Continue Reading →

Wednesday’s Woman: Mo’ne Davis

When the Little League World Series gets underway Thursday, one pitcher from Pennsylvania will be the main focus.  And HER name is Mo’ne Davis.  The 13-year-old lifted her team with Continue Reading →

Baseball Legend Tony Gwynn Passes at 54

Legendary baseball player Tony Gwynn has died at the age of 54, it was announced Monday. After a long bout with cancer he passed away in a Poway, California hospital Continue Reading →

Barry Bonds Back at Giants’ Camp

Monday Barry Bonds made his way to San Francisco Giants’ training camp in Scottsdale, Arizona.  Bonds is scheduled to serve as a hitting coach for a week. In his first Continue Reading →

Rangers Announce Seahawks QB to Workout with Team

The Texas Rangers announced Wednesday that Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will workout with the team Monday.  Wilson will also be in uniform for the team’s spring training game vs. Continue Reading →

Mike Trout of LA Angels Signs $1 Million Contract

Just one season after making a mere $20,000 above the league’s minimum, Los Angeles Angels star outfielder Mike Trout signed a one-year deal worth $1 million.  It is the largest Continue Reading →

Wednesday’s Woman – Toni Stone

With Black History Month coming to a close, and Major League Baseball coming back, this week Toni Stone is our Wednesday’s Woman. In 1949, Toni Stone became the first woman Continue Reading →