MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Uncategorized WOMENS WORLD CUP

US WOMENS SOCCER FILE SUIT, MLB SPRING TRAINING UPDATE, MANAGERS ON THE HOT SEAT

MB SPORTS DAILY March 8th, 2019 Welcome back, have a great Friday! On This Day In Sports 1900 NL decides to go with 8 teams They exclude Baltimore, Cleveland, Louisville & Washington (in 1953 Boston Braves move to Milwaukee) 1930 Babe Ruth signs 2-year contract for $160,000 with NY Yankee GM Ed Barrow, wrongly predicts “No one will […]

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL NEWS & NOTES, CABRERA, GREINKE, HARPER, ARCHER

The New York Mets purge of veteran players set to hit free agency continued Friday, when Asdrubal Cabrera was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies for Double-A pitcher Franklyn Kilome. The Cleveland Indians situation in right and center field has taken a disastrous turn. Opening Day center fielder Bradley Zimmer’s out for the season after undergoing shoulder surgery, […]

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MICHAEL BARI SHOW SUNDAY COLUMN

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL The New York Mets placed Noah Syndergaard on the 10-day disabled list after he contracted hand, foot and mouth disease, he contracted while working a kids camp over the All-Star break, reported by David Lennon of Newsday.  Syndergaard remains one of the majors’ most valuable starters. While Syndergaard has racked up just 13 starts this year, […]

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL NEWS & NOTES

  “Give me something on Mike Trout. Anything. Just one thing. . . . Please.” Even legends have their vulnerabilities. Achilles had his heel, Superman his Kryptonite and Mickey Mantle had Dick Radatz, the reliever known as the Monster, who whiffed the Mick 12 times in 16 at bats. Scott Servais, the Mariners’ manager, had been watching Trout play for eight […]