Reflecting on Bobby Doerr, the Last Player Who Played in the 1930s

Bobby Doerr, second baseman for the Boston Red Sox, and the oldest living Major League Baseball Hall of Famer died Monday at the age of 99.  Incredibly, Doerr was the last player alive to have played in the 1930s. Doerr enjoyed a 14-year career in Boston that saw him hit .288 with 2,042 career hits More...

Posted On Nov 15, 2017

Eight-Time All-Star Roy Halladay Dies in Plane Crash

Former Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays  All-Star pitcher Roy Halladay was killed in a single-engine plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday.  The news was confirmed by CBSSports.com after police confirmed Halladay’s identity.  News of a plane crash involving an Icon A-5 More...

Posted On Nov 7, 2017

Tanaka to stay in New York Giving Yankees a Championship Worthy Rotation

                                                             Source: Masahiro Tanaka via Facebook. Starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka has announced that he has decided to stay with the New York Yankees for the remaining three years of his contract. The Japanese sensation More...

Posted On Nov 6, 2017

World Series Bats Come Alive As Houston Strikes Back

The Houston Astros struck back in Game Two of the World Series versus the Los Angeles Dodgers knotting up the series as both teams set a record for most combined home runs. The two combatants connected for eight home runs in the contest setting a World Series record as the Astros tipped the betting More...

Posted On Oct 26, 2017

Los Angeles Dodgers favorites to win World Series

  The Los Angeles Dodgers and their impressive postseason run have them in the driver’s seat on paper versus the Houston Astros as the October Classic kicks off tomorrow with Game One at Chaves Ravine. The first game of the series will feature staff aces Clayton Kershaw and Dallas Keuchel dueling More...

Posted On Oct 23, 2017

Reflecting on Bobby Doerr, the Last Player Who Played in the 1930s

Bobby Doerr, second baseman for the Boston Red Sox, and the oldest living Major League Baseball Hall of Famer died..

Eight-Time All-Star Roy Halladay Dies in Plane Crash

Former Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays  All-Star pitcher Roy Halladay was killed in a single-engine plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday.  The news was confirmed by CBSSports.com after police confirmed Halladay’s identity.  News of a plane...

Tanaka to stay in New York Giving Yankees a Championship Worthy Rotation

                                                             Source: Masahiro...

Eight-Time All-Star Roy Halladay Dies in Plane Crash

Former Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays  All-Star pitcher Roy Halladay was killed in a single-engine plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico..

World Series Bats Come Alive As Houston Strikes Back

The Houston Astros struck back in Game Two of the World Series versus the Los Angeles Dodgers knotting up the series as both teams set...

Los Angeles Dodgers favorites to win World Series

  The Los Angeles Dodgers and their impressive postseason run have them in the driver’s seat on paper versus the Houston Astros as the October...

Meet The Prospects: Jason Groome

It’s not every day you find a left handed pitcher who tops out at 97 mph and commands a powerful curveball with depth. Not impressed? This pitcher also has arm side run and a developing...

Top 300 Moments that Shaped Major League Baseball: The fans vote

For the past month, Baseball Hot Corner has been counting down the Top 300 Moments..

Top 300 Moments that Shaped Major League Baseball: 1-150 Recap

Babe Ruth sold to the Yankees Jackie Robinson breaks the color barrier Hank Aaron passes Babe..

Top 300 Moments that Shaped Major League Baseball: 10-1

10. Roger Maris tops Babe Ruth In 1961, the American League expanded to 10 teams,..

Top 300 Moments that Shaped Major League Baseball: 20-11

11. Pete Rose passes Ty Cobb The number 4,191 had been so incomprehensible for so..