Mets’ Wilmer Flores Cried During Game Because He Thought He Got Traded

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In the hit film “A League of Their Own,” Tom Hanks famously said there was “no crying in baseball,” apparently there is. Especially when you’re in a game and hear news that you may have just been traded.

Fetty Wap Is The Password For Kansas City Royals

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This is super cute. These days there’s not much the media isn’t aware of. The Kansas City Royals are on a tear right now at 61-38. The team decided to inject a little fun in their postgame interviews.

Paul Pierce Bounces His Ceremonial 1st Pitch At Dodgers Game

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That space between the pitcher’s mound and home plate has to be a lot further than most people imagine. The latest to discover that fact, newly minted LA Clippers star Paul Pierce.

Ciara Sings National Anthem At 86th MLB All-Star Game

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Grammy-awared winning singer – and Seahawks QB Russell Wilson’s girlfriend – Ciara kicked off the 86th annual Major League Baseball All-Star Game singing the National Anthem.

MLB Network Analyst Darryl Hamilton Victim In Murder-Suicide

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Sunday afternoon in Houston, the body of former Major League outfielder and baseball broadcast analyst Darryl Hamilton was discovered at a suburban home. Police believe Hamilton was shot by his girlfriend, 44-year-old Monica Jordan.

Check Out Whose Instagram Pablo Sandoval “Double Tapped” During Red Sox’s Game

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Admit it, there are those random times when you’re supposed to be paying attention to one thing, but instead you’re casually scrolling through your Instagram timeline, catching up on what you’ve missed.

Matt Kemp Breaks Bat Over Knee In Frustration [Video]

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San Diego Padres outfielder Matt Kemp had a frustrating night on Friday, even with a Padres 6-5 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Civil Unrest in Baltimore Through The Eyes Of Ray Lewis, Carmelo Anthony, and Orioles COO John Angelos

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The Baltimore Orioles have made an interesting move to get back to the business of baseball in the midst of the civil unrest following the death of Freddie Gray.