Today marks the 30 year anniversary of the pine tar incident with George Brett. Rookie umpire Tim McClelland incorrectly ruled the amount of pine tar on George Brett's bat exceeded the allowable amount. This wiped off a two-out, two-run homer Brett hit off Yankees closer Goose Gossage that appeared to give the Royals a 4-3 lead. What happened next is one of the most memorable and famous player tirades in MLB history.
Who's next? That's the question being asked after Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun accepted a 65-game suspension for unspecified "violations" of baseball's drug program and labor contract Monday.
2013 could be the final year that Mariano Rivera ever plays baseball. Love or hate the New York Yankees, this man has the respect of every player and fan. So what exactly makes the all-time saves leader so likable? A few things come to mind:
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