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Giancarlo Stanton delivered a tenth inning, walk-off single to give the Marlins a 4-3 win over the Ragners in the series opener.
The Tampa Tribune writer breaks down the pitching matchups upcoming
Miami Marlins standout Giancarlo Stanton has not only accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge, but he’s raise over $4,000 for ALS, according to this Vine video on the Marlins’ account.
The Tampa Bay Rays currently stand at 61-63, two games back of .500 and 10 ½ games back of the first place Orioles in the AL East.
After eight weeks the Angels have finally replaced the A’s on top of the MLB Power Rankings. The Angels are living up to their potential and all the money spent is paying off as LA is ruling the West.
Note to baseball fans: If you or your child wants an autograph, don’t hand a baseball player the hat of a rival team. Typically, that seems to be common sense. But, that wasn’t the case over the weekend when
The Tampa Bay Rays played the New York Yankees in front of their second sellout crowd on Saturday. Captain Derek Jeter has already announced
The barriers keep falling. Sport is omnipotent that way. In a summer when the openly gay Michael Sam is sacking NFL quarterbacks and Becky Hammon became the NBA’s first full-time women’s assistant coach, here we have Mo’ne Davis —
Jeremy Hellickson was cruising until allowing three two out runs in the fifth. The Yankees bullpen never relinquished lead as Rays fall to NY 4-2.
Tuck and O’Neill talks to Grantland.com’s and Baseball Tonight’s Jonah Keri about if Clayton Kershaw and Felix Hernandez should get strong considerations for league MVPs? Why You Should Listen : Tuck and O’Neill talks to Grantland.com’s and Baseball Tonight