Baseball

Michael Cuddyer Drives In A Run

June 12, 2011
Michael Cuddyer Drives In A Run

Minnesota Twins OF/IF Michael Cuddyer knocks in the Twins first run en route to a 8-1 victory over the Texas Rangers on Saturday, June 11, 2011.

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Joe Mauer Can’t Sing

May 31, 2011
Joe Mauer Can’t Sing

We know that Minnesota Twins superstar catcher Joe Mauer can’t seem to stay healthy but did you know he’s a horrible singer, too?

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Fantastic Fan Frollick at Astros Game

May 19, 2011
Fantastic Fan Frollick at Astros Game

Video from a Houston Astros game this year where a fan jumps onto the field and manages to evade authorities.

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Harmon Killebrew

May 16, 2011
Harmon Killebrew

My first memory of Harmon Killebrew is my first iconic boyhood memory: It was my first ballgame with my father at the old Met Stadium.

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Joe Mauer Mocks Troy Polamalu

March 28, 2011
Joe Mauer Mocks Troy Polamalu

Twins catcher Joe Mauer makes fun of Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu over his high voice and his Head & Shoulders commercials…in this Head & Shoulders commercial.

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Finally! Ron Gardenhire Wins Manager Of The Year

November 17, 2010

It was a long, long time coming but better late than never. Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire finally won Manager of the Year!

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Awesome Nonchalant Foul Ball Catch By Fan

August 21, 2010

Don’t you wish you were this smooth?

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Insane Ups: Japanese Outfielder Spider-Man Impersonation

August 10, 2010

Hiroshima Toyo Carp’s outfielder Masato Akamatsu leaps as high as himself to rob Yokohoma Bay Stars’ Shuichi Murata of a home run.

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An Ambidextrous Pitcher

August 8, 2010

This is several years old but it’s still amazing to watch a guy able to strike people out with either arm.

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Insane, Behind The Back Pitch For A Strike [VIDEO]

August 7, 2010

A Japanese pitcher tosses a strike with a behind-the-back pitch!

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