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In 1956, the Dodgers' pitching great won both the MVP and the Cy Young award
Robinson is still the only player to win MVP in both leagues.
"We are aware of the situation and have commenced an investigation," Major League Baseball said in a statement.
With a belly full of chicken and heart full of thanks for our third opportunity to be among the best of the best in the game, I fell asleep Monday night hoping to get enough rest to not look like I got hit by a bus in the parade on All Star Game day.
Once we get to the All-Star Game things go fast and furious, one thing to the next and before you know it the whole thing is over and you are flying home to resume your everyday baseball life.
When the Cincinnati Reds drafted Billy Hamilton with the 57th overall pick back in 2009, they projected him as a Major League prospect with elite speed. However, the team likely didn't realize that they drafted the next Rickey Henderson, at least on the basepaths.
Who knew counting balls could be so difficult?
Price reportedly waited for television crews to depart the interview to vent his frustration. Read a partial transcript, courtesy
Breastfeeding baseball fans no longer have to crouch in bathroom stalls or share first aid spaces if they want privacy while
I don't think it is overt, but high achievers have a sixth sense of who is worthy of their most precious commodity, time, and who is looking for instant gratification.
The player, Tanner Jeremy Rahier, allegedly "started throwing numerous rocks" at a woman after the pair left a restaurant.
I was 6 years old when I went to my first Major League game on October 2, 1964. The Philadelphia Phillies beat the Cincinnati Reds, 4-3, at Crosley Field in Cincinnati, Ohio.
No matter how hard I work to protect my privacy, my emails, my spending habits and the fact that I have seen several movies starring Scarlett Johansson, someone out there knows about it.
Cincinnati Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton showed off a new skill on Friday night: juking out defenders. The fastest player
Baseball fans who were forced to sit through a rain delay at Cincinnati's Great American Ballpark might have been thankful