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As Spring Training comes down to its last week, the major leaguers are making sure they are primed and ready-to-go for the upcoming 2015 season. After the long hours of training and practice, the season is so close to Opening Day and the players have been working hard in the offseason to make sure they are ready once that first pitch is thrown.
A large part of training to be ready for the big day, is making sure they are well equipped with the right gear for the best performance possible. This includes training shoes, performance undergarments, shorts and of course More >
Throughout the world, about 10% of the general population is Left-Hand dominant. This world is riddled with “Righties”, which makes reaching the Major Leagues in Baseball seem even tougher than usual should you be a “Lefty”. But looking at some of the Greatests of All-Time, Southpaws are great too. So, we decided to compile our own list to give those Lefties some love! Here are some of the greatest Lefties to ever play the game, in no particular order, split half-and-half Pitchers and Hitters.Hitters
The “Great Bambino” is argued as one of the greatest ballplayers of all-time, More >
Guess what? The 2014 All-Star Ballot is now in. It’s like seeing all your favorite superheros on a list and you get to pick which ones get to go to battle. I know that they are human beings just like us, but they are the best at what they do and I love this game and watching them play. So if I were Bud Selig and got to pick my own rosters, this is who I would pick and why.
Catcher: Kurt Suzuki Minnesota Twins – This guy is just killing it right now. Leading the AL in RBIs for catchers. He More >
Since the beginning of the sport, runners and catchers colliding at the plate have been a huge part of baseball. Bottom of the 9th, down by one, one out, and a runner on third, everyone knows what is about to happen. Batter pops it up to shallow right field, runner tags and it’s going to be close. Right fielder lasers it home and the runner and catcher collide. Everyone is on the edge of their seat. The umpire throws his hands in the air — “Safe”. Run is in and the home team forces extra innings. The “Play at the Plate” More >