Opening Day is right around the corner with a 12-game slate on April 1st (technically it’s March 31st with Texas heading to Houston – likely a token from MLB to Houston for moving to the AL without incident) followed by another seven on April 2nd that will see the remaining four open up plus provide a buffer for those opening in potential inclement weather spots.
In news of product ideas that would never get approved if they were pitched today, Big League Chew — the bubble gum that was shredded to resemble chewing tobacco — has signed Matt Kemp of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Cole Hamels of the Philadelphia Phillies as celebrity endorsers.
Jonathan Papelbon came over to the Philadelphia Phillies from a Red Sox team that, at the time, probably had more leaders than actual soldiers. In his time with Philly, Papelbon has been waiting for one of the Phillies to step up and take a vocal role
Learning that you've been traded to another team is an inevitable event during the career of a Major League Baseball player. For most players it's just a part of life - a non-event you might say. Not so for former Phillies pitcher Vance Worley when he was traded on Dec. 6, 2012, to the Twins.
"All records are meant to be broken" isn't a statement that applies here. Frankly, a few sports records are all but impossible (and in some cases actually impossible) to break. Let's take a look at the top 10 unbreakable sports records.
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