Bartolo Colon has a biography coming out, and the ballplayer known as “Big Sexy” had some fun announcing the book’s impending release by doing so on a treadmill.
Thursday marks the 45th birthday of the ageless Bartolo Colon, who inexplicably continues to produce in his stupefying 21st season in Major League Baseball.
Bartolo Colon, 44, was said to be contemplating retirement last week following his debut with the Minnesota Twins.
Bartolo Colon has told ESPN’s Marly Rivera that he is contemplating retirement following his debut with the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night.
Bartolo Colon is without question a fine baseball player whose longevity in the game refutes any notion otherwise.
A terrific video hit the Internet Thursday showcasing Bartolo Colon putting in an impressive workout in his native Dominican Republic.
If you think Bartolo Colon is only about the long ball when it comes to fantastically comical demonstrations of his occasional hitting prowess, well, you’d be wrong.
Bartolo Colon halted a personal two-game losing streak on Monday night, going seven innings and allowing one run on five hits while walking two and striking out two in the New York Mets’ 7-1 victor
Bartolo Colon somehow became an even more popular and beloved figure in baseball by hitting his first career home run at the age of 42 a few weeks ago.
Bartolo Colon’s sudden, shocking and apparently short-lived “power surge” ended Thursday night.
Bartolo Colon’s entertaining antics at the plate are the stuff of legend, although not in the most flattering of ways.
Bartolo Colon, the portly, seemingly ageless 42-year-old New York Mets pitcher, is enjoying a remarkable season, defying logic with each successive successful outing.
New York Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon, the 41-year-old ageless wonder, made Major League Baseball history on Tuesday night with his winning start in a 3-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles.
Bartolo Colon, 41, is now 4-0 on the season after scattering three earned runs over six innings in the New York Mets’ 6-3 win on Thursday over the Atlanta Braves, the team’s franchise rec
Bartolo Colon is in his first full season in the National League (he was a member of the Montreal Expos in 2002, pitching in 17 games), so the New York Mets pitcher is relatively unfamiliar with havi