Major League Baseball as we know it will change forever in the 2014 season, as base runners will no longer be allowed to collide with a catcher at home plate. MLB is concerned about injuries, especially concussions, so they have made the rule change in order to protect the players.
In the 9th inning of Game 3 of the American League Division Series between the Oakland Athletics and Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park, A's closer Grant Balfour and Tigers DH Victor Martinez had some words for each other.
Last week the Washington Nationals lost a heartbreaking game to be eliminated from the pennant race. The team blew a 6 run lead late in the game, much to the anger of Washington fans. A reporter from a local news station was set up near the gate to get reactions of fans as they were walking out, but he was hesitant due to the amount of swearing going on. However, he finds a fan who agreed not to swear, only to have a different fan pop his head in for a copious amount of cursing on air.
In an inner-state rivalry between the Los Angeles Angels and the Oakland Athletics last night, A's pitcher Brandon McCarthy was smoked in the side of his head by a line drive from the bat of Angels shortstop Eric Aybar. The ball struck McCarthy so hard that the third baseman was able to field it off his head and throw the runner out at first.
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