They share one thing in common though: CRUSHED
Giancarlo Stanton has a friend. A very athletic new friend.
The sure-fire Hall of Fame outfielder wants to play until he’s 50. I’d watch that.
Bust out ‘The Naked Gun’ references!
What an awesome way to earn a fan.
Now that’s cindertainment. (Sorry, puns are required).
He got the ball, though. So who looks silly now?
Walk-off home runs, straight steals of third … anything can happen on an intentional walk!
The fight is over! The people have spoken! Facial hair will be returned to this great country!
Is Carter Capps a cartoon character?
Insane catch + 2 outs in the 9th inning of a no-hitter? Yup, you remember that one a few years later.
It looks good with the sculpture in center field.
This is what MLB’s Feats of Strength looks like.
Everyday I’m hustling … except for today – and I meant the other definition of hustling.
Jose Fernandez broke the Marlins single season K-record at age 24.
Giancarlo Stanton is some sort of demi-god. I’m convinced.
Ichiro Suzuki has collected his 3,000th MLB hit. There’s nothing more to tease. Come watch as he takes his place in history.
That’s the longest homer in the Statcast era.
What a wild night of baseball, three ninth inning comebacks. Yeesh.
When one gold glover gets thrown out by another, the day has only just begun.
Stanton likes breaking things with baseballs, especially records.
No one hits home runs like Giancarlo Stanton. No one.
Eight solo homers, one game.
He may not have the MLB distinction, but is there a better one out there?
That’s cold, Mr. Bonds.