The Bernie Williams Retirement Party OMNICHATTER
The “3 Grand Slams In A Game” OMNICHATTER
The “I submitted this early so I don’t have to fight with the stupid Equate ad taking up the window and leaving the rest of the window blank for some reason glitch” OMNICHATTER
It’s the Patriot Day OMNICHATTER!
It’s Reds vs. Cardinals on ESPN this Sunday. Chatter about all the games here.
The Kris Bryant 0-4 Memorial OMNICHATTER
The Kris-Bryant-Possible-Debut-Day OMNICHATTER
Not to be confused with yesterday’s OMNICHATTER or tomorrow’s OMNICHATTER
Pay your taxes and CHATTER UP!
Here’s today’s OMNICHATTER
Home openers in Flushing, Pittsburgh, Boston, Minnesota, St. Louis, San Francisco and Toronto. CHATTER UP!
This week’s ESPN Game of the Week is, of course, Angels-Royals.
Kidding, it’s Yankees-Red Sox.
Who do you think got em?
MLB officials have begun issuing written warnings to several players who have violated the league’s new pace of game rules.
MLB spokesman Mike Teevan told Perform Media on Wednesday night that fines for violating the rules would begin May 1, but players would have a “grace period” during the first month of games.
“We’re working with the players on this and want to use April to educate them,” Teevan said.
The Associated Press reported that at least 10 letters have ...
During the time you read this, Adrian Gonzalez may have hit another home run.
Pirates (Burnett) at Reds (DeSciafani), 12:35
Mets (one “Matthew Harvey”) at Nationals (one “Stephen Strasburg”), 1:05
Twins (Gibson) at Tigers (Greene), 1:08
White Sox (Danks) at Royals (Volquez), 2:10
Indians (Bauer) at Astros (Wojciechowski- and, yes, I copy-pasted that name), 2:10
Rangers (N. Martinez) at A’s (Graveman), 3:35
Giants (Hudson) at Padres (Kennedy), 6:40
Red Sox (Masterson) at Phillies (Buchanan), ...
The first day of 15 games! Everybody is playing!
What’s the opposite of penultimate? As in, like, second to first…. well, that’s whatever this day is to most teams.
And so it begins…
Blue Jays (Hutchison) at Yankees (Tanaka), 1 PM, ESPN
Twins (Hughes) at Tigers (Price), 1 PM
Rockies (K. Kendrick) at Brewers (Lohse), 2 PM
Red Sox (Bucholz) at Phillies (Hamels), 3 PM
Orioles (Tillman) at Rays (Archer), 3 PM
Mets (Colon) at Nats (Scherzer), 4 PM, ESPN
Braves (Teheran) at Marlins (Alvarez), 4 PM
White Sox (Samardzija) at Royals (Ventura), 4 PM
Angels (Weaver) at Mariners (King Felix), 4 PM
Pirates (Liriano) at Reds (Cueto), 4 PM
Padres (Shields) at Dodgers ...
Man, it feels just like yesterday that Madison Bumgarner was singlehandedly winning the World Series. No. Wait. It feels like an eternity. BASEBALL IS BACK! Thank goodness!
Cardinals (Wainwright) at Cubs (Lester). 8 PM, ESPN.
Actual MLB vs. MLB spring training games start today.
This has been an announcement.
...So I’m not buying what MLB is selling: the idea that the Orioles’ legal entanglement over Mid-Atlantic Sports Network TV-rights fees with the Washington Nationals and MLB is not at least a contributing factor to their wait to host the All-Star Game again. That just doesn’t ring completely true to me…
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