10/8/12: Because Ichiro’s a wizard, that’s why.
i hated the result, but this play was nuts
Baltimore leads the Wildcard by 6 games and is behind in the division by only one
ESPN gives the O’s 91.4% playoff odds
The United States of Steven Pearce.
Earlier today, the New York Yankees re-acquired Steven Pearce, who never actually made it to New York the first time around. It’s the fifth time he’s had to make change of address cards this year, making him one of the more well-traveled players in the league. All because he can bash those lefthanders.
1. Released by Twins on March 27, 2012
2. Signed by Yankees on March 29th. Sent to Scranton Wilkes-Barre.
3. Purchased by the Baltimore Orioles on June 2nd.
4. Selected off waivers by the Astros on July 28th.
5. Acquired by Yankees for cash considerations on August 27th.
According to Google Maps, all this movement comes to the tune of 4,551 miles. Don’t get too comfortable, Mr. Pearce.
(Pearce photo by Associated Press)
Matt Wieters of the Baltimore Orioles
With a bonus derp face
Yes. This. This is awesome.
“excuse me would you mind moving out of the way sire”
Matt Wieters is a huge, huge dude.
Former Orioles great Rick Dempsey reviews notes next to the press box prior to the MASN Orioles pregame show.
he flirted with my girlfriend.
Quick: three guess as to who throws left handed, kind of, has a big goofy smile, and a chin strap beard on the Phillies? Give up? Why it’s Roy Halladay, of course, doing three things he would never, ever do.
Even better, the MLB.com product description lists this as:
“Hand crafted and hand painted with decals to authenticate the logos, names and numbers on their uniforms to replicate the ones they wear on the field.”
So…good job on getting the logos right, I guess.
“The Catch” colorized.
Check out this Rays fan.
Orioles Fact #2: Blake Griffin may be able to jump over a car, but Adam Jones can jump over a Boeing 737.