Heart-Warming Reunion at Major League Baseball Game

Before you yell and scream about a ball or strike call today, take a look at this incredible moment before the Red Sox-Rays game in Tampa Bay on Thursday night. If this doesn’t help put things in perspective, I’m afraid there may be no hope. That’s 9-year-old Alayna Adams throwing out the first pitch. The […]

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MLB Spring Training: Yankees vs. Phillies

The New York Yankees square off with the Philadelphia Phillies in today’s Grapefruit League action in Clearwater, Florida. Record the game below. [xfinity-record-button id=”8398796477764808112″ program_type=”episode”] New York is currently 1-2, having dropped its past two exhibition games to the Toronto Blue Jays and Baltimore Orioles. Sitting last in the Grapefruit League, Philadelphia is still playing for […]

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Yankees’ Teixeira Admits to Being Overpaid

Major League Baseball fans may think that the Yankees are overpaying for first baseman Mark Teixeira. The 32-year old slugger couldn’t agree more. In an interview with “The Wall Street Journal,” Teixeira admitted that he is being overpaid with the eight-year, $180 million contract he signed in 2009. Teixeira confessed, “I have no problem with anybody in […]

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The List of 2011 Best-Paid Athletes In Sports Offers Some Great Surprises

ESPN recently released a list of the top paid athletes in 31 sports. The earnings represent salaries and/or prize money from 2011 or most recent season; excludes endorsements, appearance fees, sponsorships and other income sources. After perusing the list, we found some surprises which left us scratching our head. Of course, the list featured many […]

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