On the 14th day of the 10th month in the year 2015, a bat-flipping legend was born.
A year removed from a last place finish in the American League East, the Boston Red Sox wrapped up the 13th American League
And the fail of the postseason goes too... Detroit slugger Prince Fielder. Not only did he make a bad baserunning play and
Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias covered a lot of ground on his way to making an incredible circus catch in shallow left field
One of the underreported stories of the post-season has been Jhonny Peralta's return to the Detroit Tigers lineup.
Erin Andrews was in the right place at the wrong time. In the euphoric aftermath of the Red Sox' walk-off win over the Detroit
I have watched so much MLB TV commentary that I know all the pros think the Tigers are going all the way. And I have to say I tend to agree. I may have "quit" the Tigers some nights during the year when the hits never came, but I have never given up hope.
What better way to combine two favorite fall pastimes than MLB-themed pumpkin carving? OK, there may be better ways. But
Where do we start? Actually, where do we start after we talk about A-Rod? The culprit many have pointed to has been the Yankees
One of the saddest things for any aging superstar is to realize one is no longer "the guy." Perhaps the same can be said of an aging team...