Let’s all have (ANOTHER) good laugh at the Cardinals’ expense, shall we?
Odor turned a leadoff walk into a run without a single Ranger getting on base or moving him over.
All sorts of weirdness in this one, but that was the best.
He’s an ace on the mound and, apparently, a slugger at the dish!
That was one of the more unexpected Sunday afternoon’s I’ve had in a while.
When a 6’5 230 lbs third baseman scores from second on the third (of four total) Ks in an inning, you know something’s up.
It may have been painful to part with Chris Sale, but investing in the future is one rewarding way to live.
#RallyKitten Runs onto the Field in St. Louis Before Molina Game-Winning Grand Slam, Because Life is Terrible
Stupid Cardinals. Stupid Kitten. Stupid amazing, adorable, hilarious, and unbelievably endearing moment.
If he hits his projections, Stanton will be just the third guy to hit 50+ homers in a decade!
Now that’s one fearless outfielder.
Trout also just added his 1000th hit, which means Harper’s right on his tail.
The Mets starter made a special came for one of the shows most formidable armies.
“If he hits it that far, that’d be amazing …” Guess what happens next.
What a weird little bit of baseball history.
Whoa … I knew they were good, but I didn’t know they were *THIS* good.
On second thought, let’s not go to Wrigley’s bullpen … ‘Tis a silly place.
You won’t find Stanton at the top of any defensive statistic leaderboards, but for one brief moment last night, he was a gold glover.
There have been more of these in the past seven years alone than any other decade in baseball history.