It’s funny because these are not the kind of clothes these guys would usually wear. In public, at least.
The Colorado Rockies on Wednesday engaged in some friendly rookie hazing — although the team would be wise not to refer to it as such — by sending Noel Cuevas on a coffee run … while
The Cleveland Indians (96-57) are flying high as AL Central champs and have a great shot at making it consecutive World Series appearances given how red-hot the team has been down the stretch.
Joe Maddon and the Chicago Cubs were among the zaniest MLB teams when it came to the practice of rookie hazing.
Forcing rookies to dress up in hilarious costumes, often with a feminine twist, has become an annual rite of passage for MLB rookies (see here and here and here), and the first-year players on the Te
There have been several brilliant instances and wonderful examples of the hazing that has been done by major league baseball teams of late as the long marathon of a season winds down, but perhaps non
Come on, man. That’s total weaksauce, guys.
More rookie hazing mayhem, folks! And if you ask me, the more of these harmless hijinks occur, the better. This time, it involves a young man, a bathroom and some barricading.
Hazing has never been so…blue.
By the time Alex Rodriguez reached the big leagues with the Seattle Mariners in the 1994 season, Ken Griffey Jr. already was an established superstar and one of the leaders of the team.
Apparently, the Los Angeles Dodgers engaged in the time-honored, last-season tradition of MLB rookie hazing.
We’ve been a little Minnesota–heavy here at the Sportress this Friday morning — blame the Blatant Homerism — but even with that in mind, I am reluctant to pass on passing alon
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