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By Clayton Richer On Friday, October 6th, 2017

Seattle Mariners Shaking Up Coaching Staff Following Disappointing Season

Seattle’s last postseason appearance came all the way back in 2001, in which they achieved a series win in the ALDS for the second consecutive year, but then lost in the ALCS – also for the second consecutive More...

By Rocco Constantino On Sunday, July 30th, 2017

Adrian Beltre Becomes 31st Member of the 3,000 Hit Club

The whispers started sometime after the 2010 season.  Adrian Beltre was building an under-the-radar case for the Hall of Fame despite having just made his first All-Star team that season.  It’s fitting More...

By Jake Archer On Friday, June 2nd, 2017

Which Teams Should Be Hitting The Panic Button In Early June?

So I just took a look at the standings to get a gauge on what’s going on around the majors. I had a pretty loose idea of who was doing well and who wasn’t, but I had no idea what the actual standings looked More...

By Drew Tanguay On Sunday, May 28th, 2017
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Have the Red Sox Rushed David Price Back?

Coming into the season having Chris Sale, David Price and Rick Porcello atop the rotation for the Boston Red Sox, with a very talented lineup as well, the Red Sox entered 2017 with a World Series caliber roster. More...

By Jake Archer On Friday, April 14th, 2017

The Seattle Mariners Are Serving Toasted Grasshoppers and Guess What? They’re a Hit!

I am a huge ballpark food guy. I love to see what kinds of weird things teams are serving at stadiums every year and think about if I’d want to try them or not. Most of the time, I’d love to try them. But the More...

By Frank Pimentel On Thursday, March 30th, 2017

2017 Major League Baseball Season Preview

Coming off one of the highest-rated and most entertaining World Series ever in which the Chicago Cubs reversed the curse in extra innings of Game 7 and the United States took home gold in the World Baseball Classic More...

By Ben Porter On Thursday, March 30th, 2017

Here’s To Hoping Ichiro Can Play Into His 50’s

In a recent interview, Miami Marlins outfielder and consummate pro Ichiro Suzuki said that he would like to play until he is 50 years old. If he did this, he would join a very short list of players who have reached More...

By Clayton Richer On Monday, June 20th, 2016

Ichiro Earns Place in History Books

Miami Marlins veteran outfielder Ichiro Suzuki secured himself in baseball history with two hits against the San Diego Padres, passing Pete Rose‘s long-standing record for all-time hits in the professional More...

By Rocco Constantino On Monday, June 13th, 2016
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Jim Campanis Jr. Explores Life As a Third Generation Pro Baseball Player In His New Book

On September 23, 1943 a player by the name of Alessandro Campani debuted for the Brooklyn Dodgers in a game against Stan Musial and the St. Louis Cardinals, serving as a double play partner with legendary More...

By Clayton Richer On Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

Felix Hernandez Makes Record Comeback After Illness

The weekend has been a mixed ride for starting pitcher Felix Hernandez; having initially missed out on the game against the Angels Friday night due to a suspected flu bug, the 30 year old then came back Saturday More...

By Rocco Constantino On Monday, February 29th, 2016

Top 300 Moments That Shaped Major League Baseball Preview: AL West

Starting on March 1, Baseball Hot Corner will rank the Top 300 moments that shaped baseball history.  All moments from 1900 forward are eligible and the list includes moments from on and off the field.  There More...

Ken Girffey Jr.
By Clayton Richer On Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

Hall Of Fame Flashback: Ken Griffey Jr. Almost Hits Ball Out Of Canada

On this date Ken Griffey Jr. received the most Hall of Fame votes in MLB history so it seemed only fitting to look back at some of his more memorable moments on the diamond. Congrats Junior, well deserved!  More...

Carson Smith
By Brendan Panikkar On Monday, December 7th, 2015

The Boston Red Sox Bullpen: It’s Really Good

Carson Smith may be the best arm in the Red Sox bullpen behind Craig Kimbrel After two last place finishes in a row, the Boston Red Sox aren’t messing around under new GM Dave Dombrowski. They’ve More...

Mark Trumbo
By Brendan Panikkar On Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015

Mark Trumbo Is On The Move Again

Mark Trumbo is now a member of the Baltimore Orioles The Seattle Mariners and Baltimore Orioles have hooked up for a trade that sends Steve Clevenger to Seattle for lefty C.J. Riefenhauser and first baseman Mark More...

Ken Griffey Jr
By Clayton Richer On Monday, November 9th, 2015

Will Ken Griffey Jr. Be The First Player Unanimously Inducted Into Cooperstown?

Ken Griffey Jr. was one of 15 new players who qualified for the 2016 Hall of Fame ballot in an announcement earlier today. Junior who was affectionately known as “The Natural” due to his prowess on More...

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