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Despite Controversy Alex Rodriguez Doesn’t Plan to Leave or Retire from Yankees

Despite the latest controversy surrounding New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez, the infielder reportedly has no plans to leave his current team nor much less retire from baseball. continue reading »

Yunel Escobar Justifies Gay Slur as a Latino Tradition, Given 3 Game Suspension

The 29-year-old shortstop has been in MLB baseball since 2005 and though he hasn’t mastered the English language he has stayed true to his native tongue and choose to remind us last weekend. continue reading »

ARAMIS RAMIREZ Walk Off Caps a Wild Night in Baseball

The Miami Marlins verus the Milwaukee Brewers was a wild game from start to finish. continue reading »

Carlos Beltran Gets 2,000th Hit

Carlos Beltran of the St. Louis Cardinals hit his career 2,000th hit Friday night. It was an RBI single off of Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Kevin Correia. The RBI was his league leading 60th. continue reading »

Andres Torres Starting to Hit

During the fifth inning of the Los Angeles Dodgers New York Mets game Andres Torres come to bat in a 2-2 game. With a runner on base Torres doubled home Mike Nickeas before stealing his sixth base in five games. continue reading »

Big Papi, David Ortiz, One Homerun Away From 400

David Ortiz has been red hot all season for the Boston Red Sox. It showed when the Toronto Blue Jays walked Big Papi in his first three at-bats. continue reading »

Mayor Bloomberg Gives Johan Santana Keys to the City

Before the second round of the subway series got under way New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg presented Johan Santana the key to the city. Santana threw his no-hitter June 1 against the Cardinals in the franchise’s 8,020th game. continue reading »

Big Papi, David Ortiz, Slam Lifts the Sox

David Ortiz has been hot the entire season, and now everyone around him is starting to carry their own. Ortiz has carried the team from the start. The Boston Red Sox exploded continue reading »

Albert Pujols is Back

Albet Pujols hit his 11th homerun in the Angles 12-5 win over the Giants yesterday. continue reading »

Cuban Outfielder Yasel Puig Defects to Mexico, U.S. Baseball Awaits Him

Cuban outfielder Yasel Puig has defected from Cuba and is in the process of establishing residency in Mexico. The 21 –year-old made a name for himself playing for the Cuba's Junior National team. continue reading »

Manny Ramirez Asks to be Released from Oakland

Manny Ramirez asked the Oakland Athletics to release him from his contract and the team granted his request on Friday night. continue reading »

J.D. Martinez First Grand Slam helps Houston Win

In the top of the third inning with Houston leading 1-0. San Franciso Giant pitcher Barry Zito walked the bases loaded for Martinez. On a 0 and 1 count Zito throw an 84mph fastball continue reading »

A-Rod Makes Some History, Ties with Lou Gehrig for Career Grand Slams

Last night during the New York Yankees 6-4 victory over the Atlanta Braves Alex Rodriguez made some history. continue reading »

Venezuelan Hernan Perez Makes Brief MLB Debut this Weekend

The 21-year-old Hernan Perez got the call to the Major Leagues around 9:15 a.m. on Saturday from the Detroit Tigers. He must have thought it was a dream because he was only in Class A continue reading »

Two-Time World Series Champ Pedro Borbon Dies at 65

Former MLB pitcher Pedro Borbon lost his battle with cancer and died on Monday, according to the Cincinnati Reds. continue reading »

17-Year-Old Carlos Correa Number One in MLB Draft, Making Puerto Rican Sports History

In last night’s Major League Baseball’s Amateur Draft the Houston Astros selected shortstop Carlos Correa of the Puerto Rican Baseball Academy and High School with the first overall pick. continue reading »

Is The Big Z – Zambrano Back?

In yesterday’s Miami Marlins 5-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies, Carlos Zambrano showed us once again how dominate he can be, both on the mound and at the plate. continue reading »

More Bad News for Pablo Sandoval, Now Under Investigation for Sexual Assault (VIDEO)

Pablo Sandoval under investigation in a sexual assault case that involves a woman Sandoval knows and had a “consensual, personal relationship of a sexual nature.” continue reading »

Dominican Model Wants Bigger Share of Dead Jose Lima’s MLB Estate

Deceased MLB pitcher Jose Lima name is back in the news because he had six children with six different women and they want money from his estate. continue reading »

No-Han: Santana Pitches the Mets First No-Hitter!

Coming into Friday night’s game the New York Mets played 8,019 games without a no hitter. That all changed on game 8,020. During spring training Santana and the Mets didn’t even know if the lefty would even pitch Opening Day. continue reading »