The COVID 19 major league baseball season entered it’s abbreviated playoffs this week, and meanwhile the nearly 160 minor league teams are waiting and watching to see if their franchises will be continued, including our own Missoula Paddleheads.
At the top of the seventh inning of Sunday's St. Louis Cardinals-Chicago Cubs Major League Baseball game broadcast, the ESPN commentators talked about the importance of being consistent.
Then, baseball analyst Curt Schilling made a joke about his sex life.
This morning on The Free & Hot Wings Morning Show, we spoke with former Major League Baseball outfielder and coach Mookie Wilson.
Wilson has a new book out titled Mookie: Life, Baseball and the '86 Mets, which he co-wrote with Erik Sherman Berkley.
Things got a little awkward Wednesday during a Minnesota Twins news conference where it was announced that Torii Hunter was signing a one-year, $10.5 million deal to return to the Major League Baseball club after playing with the Detroit Tigers.
The other day, while cleaning his gun at the kitchen table, former Major League Baseball player Jose Canseco failed to check that the chamber was clear and ended up shooting his finger completely off.
That's a big bummer. Doctors were able to reattach the finger, but the prognosis doesn't look so great.
Years ago, we were introduced to Brian Collins, now better known as the "Boom Goes the Dynamite" guy.
Poor Brian had the worst sports report ever. And even though it was eight years ago or so for the Ball State University graduate, the Internet and cable sports television haven't forgotten him.
The San Francisco Giants clinched a wildcard spot in Major League Baseball's postseason by winning Thursday night.
This was a cause for celebration!
Comcast Sports Net Bay Area decided to go live to the locker room, where outfielder Hunter Pence was giving a celebratory speech. While may have been a great speech for his teammates, it most definitely was not okay for live television.