Dan Gladden takes strike three
/r/baseballTop Ten Home Run Leaders. Guess the Year.
/r/baseballSomersaults, Bat Flops and Cubbies, Summer Camp has been a ton of fun, a breakdown
/r/baseballCame across the grave of the 'Father of Baseball' when I went for a run in the cemetery near my house the other day, and figured I'd share it here
/r/baseballIn 1994, the Prince William Cannons (White Sox-A) had reason to believe Michael Jordan would start the season there instead of Birmingham. So they slapped a Cannons hat on him and put his bio in the program...
/r/baseball23 years ago today, Roger Clemens strikes out 16 in his return to Fenway Park
/r/baseballRobo-fans cheer for Japanese baseball team in stadium cleared to fight coronavirus pandemic
/r/baseballPirates win via walkoff HBP to the head (April 1997)
/r/baseballMLB 2020 Hype Video | Dreaming -- my first video, check it out and let me know what you think!
/r/baseballOn this day 6 years ago, Mike Aviles turns a smooth 7-3 double play.
/r/baseballBaseball Relief: In 1993, the Fox Network aired this fundraiser special featuring that year's hottest names in baseball and celebrities.
/r/baseballIncredible piano rendition of “Meet the Mets”
/r/baseballSome American Association content: Mitchell Osnowitz throwing absolute heat, striking out 3 in a row to end the game.
/r/baseballLuis Robert hits a dong so hard he can't contain himself
/r/baseballMLB Prime 9: Greatest Closers
/r/baseballCan someone help me, what team is this?
/r/baseballHere is a List of MLB Single-Season Extra-Base Hit Leaders. Quick Summary: Babe Ruth, Barry Bonds, The Roaring '20s, Chuck Klein, and Coors Field.
/r/baseballThe Minnesota Twins logo bears a striking resemblance to insignia of the 19th Century UK toilet maker Thomas Crapper (seriously)
/r/baseballAs part of my Father's Day present, we got time for my son to take some cuts on the field at Frawley Stadium.
/r/baseball333 Days of Cooperstown - Day 28: Roger Bresnahan. 1897, 1900-1915; 42.9 WAR; 1,446 G; 1,252 H; 530 RBI; 218 2B; 26 HR; .279 BA; 1905 WSC; Inducted 1945 (Veterans). Credited with being the first catcher to wear shin guards, as well as pioneering a rudimentary batting helmet.
/r/baseballTop 10 ERA leaders throughout last season [OC]
/r/baseballOne year ago: Angels honor Tyler Skaggs with combined no-hitter
/r/baseballGlod Glove Award Winners. Guess the Year.
/r/baseballGraig Nettles and Howard Cosell doing absolutely nothing to help Dodgers fan's complex in the 1980 ASG. Poor Davey Lopes. Heck, poor Tommy Lasorda! Gawd, sometimes baseball is so cruel.
/r/baseballSuper stoked to find these unopened packs. C’mon, Griffey!
/r/baseballTIL that Joe Sewell only struck out 114 times in 7,132 at bats.
/r/baseball[OC] 8/30 of my MLB Team Design Challenge, the Seattle Mariners. The T-Mobile pink can look good if you use it the right way.
/r/baseballBefore a knee injury June 28th 2012 Joey Votto was on pace to break the single season doubles record of 67. In only 111 games he still managed 40 doubles leading the league that year.
/r/baseball333 Days of Cooperstown - Day 27: Lou Boudreau. SS, 1938-1952; 63.0 WAR; 1,779 H; 68 HR; 385 2B; 789 RBI; .295 BA; 7x AL All-Star; 1944 AL Batting Title, 1948 AL MVP & WSC; Managed CLE, R SOX, KC A’s, Cubs. Elected 1970 (77.33%). Credited w/ inventing infield shift.
/r/baseballThis is how you call a Vlad Jr training camp walk-off Home Run in French .