Seattle Mariners Hector Santiago first Major League Pitcher to be ejected for Foreign Substance violation

Seattle Mariners left-hander Hector Santiago became the first pitcher in Major League Baseball to be ejected for a foreign substance violation. from Erin Walsh at YardBarker.com/www.yardbarker.com Santiago was tossed from Seattle’s game against the Chicago White Sox on Sunday in the fifth inning after his glove was examined during an inspection. The umpires kept his… Continue reading Seattle Mariners Hector Santiago first Major League Pitcher to be ejected for Foreign Substance violation

What is Spider Tack??? Coming to a Major League Baseball, or already on a Major League Baseball soon!!!

Lots of talk this week about Major League Baseballs being covered in Spider Tack, and how Spider Tack can help MLB pitchers get better grip on the baseball…And that causes many of us to ask the question, “What is Spider Tack?” We were able to find out this information about Spider Tack, at SpiderTack.com…www.spidertack.com….. Spider… Continue reading What is Spider Tack??? Coming to a Major League Baseball, or already on a Major League Baseball soon!!!

Notable MLB Faces in New Places for the 2021 Season

CLICK HERE and check out the list of major Major League Baseball faces, that will be in new places(teams) as we begin the 2021 MLB season… Despite an offseason marred by the COVID-19 pandemic, there were still plenty of big MLB transactions leading into 2021. These 25 notable new faces in new places are creating… Continue reading Notable MLB Faces in New Places for the 2021 Season

One of the Top Pitchers in MLB History Gone at age 84:”Once a Cardinal, Always a Cardinal”, Bob Gibson has left us and in 1968 he was GREAT!!!

One of the top pitchers in Major League Baseball history, Bob Gibson is gone at age 84…..He rarely smiled and he was one of the toughest competitors to ever play the game of baseball….Bob Gibson, was not only good, Bob Gibson was GREAT!!!!! from www.espn.com:/CLICK HERE Baseball Hall of Famer Bob Gibson died Friday at… Continue reading One of the Top Pitchers in MLB History Gone at age 84:”Once a Cardinal, Always a Cardinal”, Bob Gibson has left us and in 1968 he was GREAT!!!

Former New York Mets and Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Pitcher Tom Seaver has died:”Tom Terrific gone at age 75

“Tom Terrific”/Tom Seaver led the New York Mets to a World Series title, and he threw a No-Hitter for the Cincinnati Reds, and he is in the Baseball Hall of Fame, in Cooperstown, New York…Tom Seaver was a dominant major baseball pitcher back in the late 1960’s and on into the 1970’s, and he was… Continue reading Former New York Mets and Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Pitcher Tom Seaver has died:”Tom Terrific gone at age 75

Why didn’t Major League Baseball play ALL of their games under a Bubble in Florida and Arizona???(Might have made a difference/”Bring Back The Bubble”)

The bubble seems to working out for the NBA, with the National Basketball League playing all of their games under a Bubble in Orlando, Florida….. Makes you to start to wonder why Major League Baseball didn’t play all of their games under a Bubble, at their Spring Training sites in Florida and Arizona…. (You have… Continue reading Why didn’t Major League Baseball play ALL of their games under a Bubble in Florida and Arizona???(Might have made a difference/”Bring Back The Bubble”)

Major League Baseball trying to put together a 60-game season that would begin on July 20

MLB/Major League Baseball coming up with a plan on Tuesday that would put together a 60-game regular season, with all games, for both the American and National Leagues, using the designated hitter, and the MLB postseason would be expanded from 10 teams to 16 teams this season… The plan is on the table and now… Continue reading Major League Baseball trying to put together a 60-game season that would begin on July 20

Major League Baseball hoping for Early July Return with Fan-Free Stadiums:Minor League Baseball can not make it with Fan-Free Stadiums

The word coming in early this week is MLB/Major League Baseball is hoping for a return of baseball in early July…. MLB would love to get going/throwing again right around America’s birthday on July 4…. A July 4 start would be a big spark in the return of baseball, but Major League Baseball would look… Continue reading Major League Baseball hoping for Early July Return with Fan-Free Stadiums:Minor League Baseball can not make it with Fan-Free Stadiums

Where are the boys of the Summer?

Where are the boys of the Summer? Courtesy of Jordan Stowe, for GreensboroSports.com and taking us back to Days/Daze of Summer, and the sport of baseball in the Major and Minor Leagues.. “Take me out to the ballgame, take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and cracker jack, I don’t care if… Continue reading Where are the boys of the Summer?

Remember that Baseball Bat you used as a kid? That was the Al Kaline bat, and the man known as “Al Kaline, a Detroit Tiger great”, died on Monday(Check out the Al Kaline baseball bat)

It was either a 32 or a 34 and it sure wasn’t a 28, but that baseball bat you used to use as a kid, that was probably at one time or another, an Al Kaline bat, and the man that made those Al Kaline bats and those Al Kaline gloves famous, it was the… Continue reading Remember that Baseball Bat you used as a kid? That was the Al Kaline bat, and the man known as “Al Kaline, a Detroit Tiger great”, died on Monday(Check out the Al Kaline baseball bat)

Bryson Gordon Cubs pick comes home safe in NL Wildcard Game

In his Major League Baseball playoffs preview on Tuesday Bryson Gordon had the Cubs winning 4-1 over the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago took that game last night 4-0….Not bad at all on the part of young Mr. Gordon….Bryson had the Yankees eliminating the Houston Astros in the AL Wildcard Game, but Houston took that one… Continue reading Bryson Gordon Cubs pick comes home safe in NL Wildcard Game

It is time for the Major League Baseball Playoffs and Bryson Gordon has a look at who wins and ends up in the World Series(Donnie’s Dodgers Done Deal?)

*****from Bryson Gordon(GTCC/VCS) with his look at the 2015 MLB playoffs and who he thinks we will see in the World Series in late October….Bryson has the inside and you need to check this out, as the playoffs get under way this evening(Houston Astros at New York Yankees)…..***** Here are the 2015 playoff teams posted… Continue reading It is time for the Major League Baseball Playoffs and Bryson Gordon has a look at who wins and ends up in the World Series(Donnie’s Dodgers Done Deal?)

Sports Zeal says MLB Changes Home Run Derby Rules:Stanton will watch with injury

from the Sports Zeal with the Fan Zeal…… MLB Changes Home Run Derby Rules What Happened After years of watching hitters ignore more pitches than a Silicon Valley VC, and putting fans to sleep while pretending the outcome contained any drama, MLB has finally made a substantial change to All-Star weekend. Old system: Divided by… Continue reading Sports Zeal says MLB Changes Home Run Derby Rules:Stanton will watch with injury

Major League Baseball Mid-Season Recap with Stuart Barefoot

Special to GreensboroSports.com from Stuart Barefoot, UNCG-grad and part of a sports facilitated/inclined ‘Barefoot Family'(Claiborne, Richard, Penny, and more.) Technically the season has been half over for a while now, but now that the All-Star game is over marking the unofficial end of the first half of the season, that seems to be a good… Continue reading Major League Baseball Mid-Season Recap with Stuart Barefoot

ACC and Major League Baseball recap with Stuart Barefoot:ACC Tourney, Hoppers, Zimmer, Encarnacion, Blue Jays and more

*****Courtesy of Stuart Barefoot, UNCG-grad and baseball guru, and he’s got the beard to prove it….***** Well, May was a fun month for baseball. It was a busy month for those of us in Greensboro, and in the majors it was a rough month for many pitchers, including former Grasshoppers standout, Jose Fernandez. Here’s the… Continue reading ACC and Major League Baseball recap with Stuart Barefoot:ACC Tourney, Hoppers, Zimmer, Encarnacion, Blue Jays and more

Major League League Baseball Review with Stuart Barefoot

Special to GreensboroSports.com from Stuart Barefoot….. When 30 teams get together and each plays 162 games per season, doing previews and recaps of each is a tall task. Doing a broadly encompassing monthly recap, however, is within reason. So let’s look at the major talking points month that was in Major League Baseball, as 2014… Continue reading Major League League Baseball Review with Stuart Barefoot