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Kodai Senga must be loving what Mets are doing right now

The Mets have spent a lot of money so far this offseason. There’s been a common theme after news of each move hits the internet, too: they’re not done yet. New York has supplemented its rotation and bullpen, as well as re-installing Brandon Nimmo into center field. Japanese starting pitcher Kodai Senga is still available, and he’s someone the Mets continue to be interested in.
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Angels Name Bill Haselman As New Third Base Coach

The Los Angeles Angels announced yet another new addition to manager Phil Nevin’s coaching staff after Bill Haselman was penciled in as the team’s new third base coach ahead of the 2023 season. Haselman returned to the Angels organization in 2022 as the catching coach after spending the...
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How Parker Finn’s ‘Smile’ Went From Streaming to Theatrical in a Single Night

[This story contains spoilers for Smile.] Nobody is smiling more than filmmaker Parker Finn these days. More from The Hollywood Reporter'Violent Night' Director Tommy Wirkola Explains How 'Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters' Paved the Way for His Second Studio MovieJames Gunn Talks Writing 'The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special' in Just a Few Hours and the Latest on His Final 'Guardians' Film'Violent Night' Star David Harbour Talks His Warrior-Like Santa and How the MCU Mostly Made Up for 'Hellboy' Finn knows full well that his feature directorial debut, Smile, has had a charmed run. Originally green lit to be a Paramount+...

If They Don’t Win, There’s No Shame: The Rise of Sandlot Baseball in Dallas

The brown and dusty ballfield at Lake Cliff Park has clearly seen better days. The bleachers are slumping, the grass is overgrown, the dugouts are covered with plastic tarps, and the players have to adjust the bases between innings. There isn’t even a scoreboard. Which, for the purposes of the Honey Busters and the Fort Worth Fowlers on this Saturday afternoon, is not an important feature. None of those shortcomings matter much. They only really need the field.

Houston Astros' Julia Morales shares behind-the-scenes moments, balancing motherhood, and style

Photo courtesy of Julia Morales Julia Morales with Alex Bregman at Minute Maid Park. Photo by Evan Triplett As the sideline reporter for the Houston Astros, her job is to tell the on-and-off-the-field stories and relay the big moments that keep sports fans connected to the team. Photo courtesy of Julia Morales Julia with Astros manager Dusty Baker. Photo courtesy of Julia Morales/Instagram Julia Morales and husband Matt Clark. Photo by Sara Long...

Did MLB feed Yankees juiced balls during Aaron Judge’s home run chase?

You’re not going to believe this, but it appears that Rob Manfred is decidedly at it again. Despite pledging that, after 2019’s rocket ball, the Commish would stop messing with the equipment, it seems that Manfred blessed us with some even more egregious behavior in 2022, putting the Yankees at the forefront of the controversy.

This day in Braves History: Atlanta signs Greg Maddux

1976 - The Braves acquire Jeff Burroughs from the Rangers. 1992 - The Braves sign free agent Cy Young Award and Gold Glove winner Greg Maddux to a five-year contract, and then trade pitchers Charlie Leibrandt and Pat Gomez to the Rangers in exchange for 3B Jose Oliva. Maddux turned down a $28.5 million contract extension mid-season from the Cubs. He signs with Atlanta for $28 million which was $6 million less than what the Yankees offered.

Little league turns field into holiday wonderland

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB/WSHM) -The Longmeadow Little League turned its home field into a seasonal baseball wonderland. There were thousand of sparking lights all over the field, fire pits for toasting marshmallows, glowing baseball games, music and holiday cheer. The event was a fundraiser for the league, which had over 400...

A Beginner’s Guide to Baseball: The Rules and Strategies Explained

Have you ever wanted to understand the game of baseball? Or maybe you’ve attended a few games, but don’t know the rules and strategies? Then this beginner’s guide to baseball is for you!. We’ll go through the rules, the strategies, and the basics of baseball to ensure...

Top 20 Baseball Ballpark Foods

As Pitcher List’s resident gourmand, I’ve been tasked with ranking the top 20 foods in baseball. It’s no easy task, which is why I’ve turned to our Pitcher List community to help me out. To create the list, I first narrowed the scope to MLB teams...
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Baseball history unpacked, December 9

On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Bleed Cubbie Blue is pleased to present a light-hearted, Cubs-centric look at baseball’s colorful past, with plenty of the lore and various narratives to follow as they unfold over the course of time. Here’s a handy Cubs timeline, to help you follow along.
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Karl Lindholm: The Castigliones of Middlebury — and Joe!

Writer Bill McKibben of Ripton (and the world) and his wife, the writer Sue Halpern, invite another person into their home most evenings in the spring and in the balmy summer months, a warm friend whom they admire and of whose company they never tire. That friend is Joe Castiglione,...

Dodgers Free Agency Rumors: Signing Carlos Correa Not Being Pursued

The Los Angeles Dodgers have been linked to Xander Bogaerts, Carlos Correa and Trea Turner in free agency thus far, but appear unlikely to make a splash at shortstop for a variety of reasons. Turner is no longer an option after signing an 11-year, $300 million contract with the Philadelphia...