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MLB Superfan Zack Hample Catches Two Home Runs In The Same Game
Major League Baseball superfan Zack Hample has balls — 6,516 of them. In fact, Hample claims to have gotten a baseball at 880 consecutive games which he has attended. Hample, who wrote "How to Snag Major League Baseballs" in 1999, added to his collection on Thursday night when he caught tw…
Cameras Catch Giants Pitcher Farting on Teammate
Oh, Internet — this is why we love you. During Wednesday night's Giants-Brewers game in Milwaukee, TV cameras caught a rarely captured baseball sight: a bullpen butt strike. From the GIF below, you can see that Giants' reliever Jose Mijares wrinkles his nose, grimaces and quickly mov…
High School Baseball Team Loses 65-0
There is a reason some leagues use a 10-run 'mercy rule,' and this is it. Licking Heights High School of Pataskala, Ohio beat Harvest Prep of Winchester, Ohio, 65-0, earlier this month. The game was called after Licking Heights plated a jaw-dropping 31 runs in the third inning
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Pirates Fan Uses Big Glove To Catch Foul Ball
Take that, Ben Revere! A Pittsburgh Pirates fan came to PNC Park on Monday ready to grab a souvenir. Judging by the size of his glove, he was committed to leaving the ballpark with a ball or else. Well, when Clint Barmes hit a foul popup in the fourth inning, the fan settled under it with his big gl…
Gio Gonzalez Says Pitching Was Like ‘Making Love To My Hand’
Nationals' ace Gio Gonzalez pitched well on Wednesday in his team's 3-0 win over Miami in chilly Washington, D.C. Gonzalez also hit a home run at the plate. He mashed another in the post-game interview when broadcaster Bob Carpenter asked Gonzalez how he was able to pitch in the bitter col…
This Is the Only Way to Catch a Baseball
We really weren't that excited about baseball season starting until we saw this video. Now we are filled with a burning desire to go to a game, catch a ball in a cup of beer, chug the beer and hold the ball in our mouth.
MLB Baseball Preview 2013: American League Central
The MLB Baseball preview 2013 continues with the AL Central. Tabbed as baseball’s weakest division yet again, the AL Central could turn some heads by season’s end.
No, it’s not likely to produce a wildcard entrant nor is it likely that 60 percent of the…

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