Usually in professional baseball, when things trend upward, it’s typically considered a good thing.
With GoT fans still reeling over the thrilling finale of the HBO series’ fifth season (no spoilers ahead), perhaps those in the New York area can seek solace in the fact that the Staten Island
Alex Rodriguez arguably has been saying and doing all the right things in his return to Major League Baseball after serving a season in exile.
Just when we thought gonzo concession offerings at America’s ballparks couldn’t get more absurd, the Fresno Grizzlies — the Triple-A affiliate of the Houston Astros — come alo
New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard fell into the all-too common trap that has ensnared many an athlete since the advent of social media this week: He engaged a troll on Twitter.
A five-year-old Ohio boy with a prosthetic hand modeled to resemble one worn by Iron Man threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Columbus Clippers — the Triple-A affiliate of the Clevel
After 22 years in the quirky ballpark that is Midway Stadium that saw more than its fair share of quirky gimmicks and promotions — remember the “Ball Pig,” the rotating names of its
FOX Sports’ Katie Nolan alerted her social media followers earlier this month that she would be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at a Trenton Thunder game, the Thunder being the Double-A
Minnesota Twins minor leaguer Byron Buxton, widely considered one of the top prospects in baseball, if not the best, was knocked unconscious Wednesday night after colliding with teammate Mike Kvasnic
On Thursday night in Allentown, the Lehigh Valley IronPigs — the Triple-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies — donned a jersey that arguably was among the most highly anticipated alte
On Thursday night at Homer Stryker Field, the Kalamazoo Growlers, the Michigan-based member of the Northwoods League, a collegiate summer baseball league, will don its much ballyhooed “Selfie J
Minor league baseball teams holding a “Star Wars Night” event at the ballpark certainly is not a new concept. It’s been done time and time again to varying results.
It seems like minor league teams, as far as creating interesting and bizarre theater is concerned — oddball promotions, unique events, etc.
In an incident that can only be described as a million to one shot, a minor league pitcher recently pulled a Randy Johnson by drilling a bird with a pitch.
In attempt to capitalize on the Johnny Football-Johnny Cleveland-Johnny Manziel hype currently consuming the state of Ohio, the Akron RubberDucks — the Double-A affiliate of the Cleveland India