Month: April 2020

The Baseball Hall of Fame announced on Wednesday that it is canceling the 2020 induction ceremony due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The 2020 baseball season took another big hit on Wednesday, as the Baseball Hall of Fame announced that it has canceled the 2020 induction ceremony due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The event, which was
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Baltimore Orioles star Trey Mancini has revealed that he has Stage 3 colon cancer. He likely won’t be playing baseball in 2020. If and when MLB baseball returns in 2020, it likely will be without Trey Mancini. In a column for The Players’ Tribune posted on Tuesday, the 28-year-old Baltimore Orioles outfielder revealed that he
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The New York Yankees are the most illustrious sports franchise ever. Love them, hate them, it’s the truth. Here are 12 players you totally forgot were Yankees. Babe Ruth. Lou Gehrig. Joe DiMaggio. Mickey Mantle. Derek Jeter. Mariano Rivera. Yogi Berra. It’s an incredible list of players that keeps going. I just found out five
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No-hitters go down in history. 99 percent of the time, it’s for the right reason. Of course, the one percent exists. There have been 303 no-hitters thrown in baseball history. The majority of them have been dominant performances. Some of them, honestly, were mediocre performances and the pitchers got totally bailed out. So we came
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Former manager Alex Cora has escaped punishment for the Red Sox sign-stealing scandal in 2018 as the league’s report puts the blame on video room operator J.T. Watkins Major League Baseball has cleared former Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora from any involvement in the club’s sign-stealing scandal during the 2018 season, according to the
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Joe Buck. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Advertising Week New York) Dak Prescott could force the Cowboys to do the unprecedented by Brad Berreman Watch the first five minutes of Michael Jordan documentary ‘The Last Dance’ by Patrick Allen Joe Buck is getting his announcing reps in these days any way he can. We
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MLB is participating in a study to help researchers understand how widespread the coronavirus is, though it won’t tell anything about the game’s return. MLB players and various team employees are participating in a large study to help researchers understand the spread of the novel coronavirus in the United States, according to reports from ESPN
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