A pre-Civil War baseball card that survived as an heirloom within the family of a player for more than 150 years is being offered at auction, with online bidding starting on Tuesday, a Dallas-based auction house said.
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It would be hard to fault the Florida Gators for feeling like rock stars during their flight Thursday from Gainesville, Fla., to Omaha, Neb., for the College World Series.
A woman who was seriously injured by a cracked baseball bat at a Red Sox game has been released from the hospital after a week of treatment.
Travis Taijeron drew a bases-loaded walk to score the go-ahead run in the bottom of the eighth inning Thursday, and the 51s ended up scoring six runs in the frame to top the Reno Aces 11-6 in a Pacific Coast League game at Cashman Field.
Torii Hunter is regarded as one of the good guys in the game of baseball, but that doesn’t mean the Minnesota Twins outfielder won’t have an occasional meltdown.
When a fan was seriously injured by a flying bat at Fenway Park, Major League Baseball that each pitch brings the potential for catastrophe. It’s hard to convince those in power that safety should come before ambiance.
Center fielder Johnny Sewald, a junior at Arizona State who graduated from Bishop Gorman High, was drafted by the Houston Astros. Arbor View High right-hander Sam Pastrone (Los Angeles Angels) and Gorman shortstop Cadyn Grenier (St. Louis Cardinals) also were drafted Wednesday.
The Pittsburgh Pirates took Newman and Kramer in the first two rounds of the Major League Baseball draft, inadvertently reuniting two classic characters from “Seinfeld.”
Before Bryce Harper blasted his major league-leading 20th home run for the Nationals on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, the Las Vegan laughed it up in a wide-ranging, highly entertaining interview on the MLB Network’s “Intentional Talk” show with Chris Rose and Kevin Millar.
Catching a foul ball at a baseball game is always pretty fun, but when it’s caught on GoPro, it’s even better.
Two of Boston’s biggest sports personalities have teamed up for a music video for a new Dunkin’ Donuts commercial.
San Francisco rookie right-hander Chris Heston threw the first no-hitter of the season as the Giants beat the New York Mets 5-0 Monday night at Citi Field.
Bishop Gorman senior shortstop Cadyn Grenier has been named to USA Today’s All-USA baseball team. Grenier, the Review-Journal’s state player of the year, batted .472 with six home runs, 35 RBIs, 66 runs and 27 stolen bases in leading the Gaels to the Division I state title.
Shortstop Ramiro Pena hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning to lead El Paso to a 4-1 win over Las Vegas in a Pacific Coast League game Tuesday at Cashman Field. Dilson Herrera went 2-for-4 and drove in the only run for the 51s.
UNLV junior center fielder Joey Armstrong was selected Tuesday by the Arizona Diamondbacks with the first pick in the 10th round of the major league draft. He was the 286th overall pick and the first Rebel taken.
After getting hit in the groin by a line drive during the fifth inning of Monday’s Royals-Twins game, Kansas City pitcher Jason Vargas not only stayed in the game long enough to earn the win, but he was even mad at himself for not throwing out the lead runner at second after getting hit.
Apple is going to bail out Brandon Moss and pay the “ransom” demanded by the Indians’ bullpen for the safe return of the Cleveland outfielder’s 100th career home run ball.
Mike Bryant, father of Cubs slugger Kris, believes so. “There’s a preponderance of club ball teams, which has decimated the best developmental system there ever was, which was Little League,” he says.
Former College of Southern Nevada right-hander Phil Bickford was drafted today in the first round and 18th overall by the San Francisco Giants.
Growing up in the Bronx, catcher Johnny Monell would always tell his family that he would someday play professional baseball in New York, whether it be at Shea or Yankee Stadium.
College of Southern Nevada star pitcher Phil Bickford is expected to go in the first round of Monday’s major league draft. He was the 10th overall pick two years ago, but decided to go to Cal State Fullerton and then CSN.
In Wednesday’s episode of ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption,” hosts Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon marveled at the talent coming out of Las Vegas.
Alex Castellanos’ grand slam highlighted the 51s’ six-run sixth inning Saturday night as Las Vegas halted a 10-game losing streak with a 9-4 victory over the El Paso Chihuahuas in a Pacific Coast League game at Cashman Field.