Man the tower, ring the bells! The Texas Tech Red Raiders avoided elimination on Saturday by defeating the top ranked Florida Gators 3-2.
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After a thrilling first win in the College World Series, the TCU Horned Frogs look to keep the momentum going against Coastal Carolina Tuesday night at 8 p.m. TCU will most likely be riding off the energy of Luken Baker's three-run bomb that catapulted them to a 5-3 victory over Texas Tech in game one. However, the biggest source of inspiration for TCU comes from an off-the-field source.
The Texas Rangers have rolled into the 2016 season in dominant fashion. The Rangers are 46-25 and currently sit a top the AL West along with the American League.
— MLB Stat of the Day (@MLBStatoftheDay) June 21, 2016
Prior to the start of the 2016 MLB season, Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz announced his plans to retire after the 2016 season.
Like Derek Jeter, it's only fitting that Ortiz will receive such a big going away party as he departs from the game he loves. Now, does Ortiz have any regrets? Yes. Here’s why:
David Ortiz says he regrets publicly announcing his retirement because of all the attention he has received. https://t.co/fqlYE6rCyz
With the summer baseball season starting to heat up, it's important the players don't forget the essentials. Here are some must-haves for every player to ensure their summer baseball season is the perfect one.
They say “first impressions mean everything” especially when you're playing at the biggest level in your sport. For one player, all he needed was one pitch to make his first impression.
Chicago Cubs top catching prospect Wilson Contreras was promoted from Triple-A Iowa to the big leagues this past weekend. He was able to get his first taste of Major League Baseball on Sunday when he made his debut in "the show." It was a pretty special day for Contreras, here’s what made it that way.
Dividing friends and families, the Route 66 rivalry between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals, is one of the most bitter rivalries in all of sports.
For many of the players, visiting enemy territory is unpleasant. From getting booed, to verbal abuse, to even objects being thrown during games, many players never get a sense of an “at home” feeling.
One of the players however, enjoys visiting the rival territory. Matt Carpenter, third baseman for the Cardinals, quite frankly enjoys coming to Chicago. Check this out!
All-Star week, perhaps the biggest and most exciting week for MLB players and fans.
Drawing baseball fans from all over, this week is jam packed with fun and seems to almost never disappoint. Fans and celebrities will make the travel to San Diego this year to be a part of the attractions that come with the week featuring the Home Run Derby and the 2016 MLB All-Star Game
The world will be watching.