yankees:

Another day, another Derek Jeter milestone.

yankees:

Another day, another Derek Jeter milestone.

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mlb:

Carlos Gomez swings so hard. Occasionally, too hard.

mlb:

Carlos Gomez swings so hard. Occasionally, too hard.

mets:

Are right fielders eligible to record saves?  If so, Granderson’s game saving catch has to qualify. 

mets:

Are right fielders eligible to record saves?  If so, Granderson’s game saving catch has to qualify. 

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mlb:

    So not only does he hit tape-measure home runs but he can also do this? Not fair. 

mlb:

    So not only does he hit tape-measure home runs but he can also do this? Not fair. 

vanillacts:

Eric Dickerson running through Denver

vanillacts:

Eric Dickerson running through Denver

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Anonymous said: Hi, did you make a physical card out of the Adam Dunn pitching performance?

I get those from http://twjcards.tumblr.com/, he’s a card collector who makes his own card set but I believe they are digital only.  I know if you go to his site you can request cards to be made but I don’t know if that’s just digitally or physical cards.

twjcards:

He’s certainly not the first non-pitcher to pitch in a big league contest, and most likely will not be the last. But seeing Adam Dunn take the pitcher’s mound on Tuesday night was nothing short of fantastic. I remember watching Doug Dascenzo on WGN pitch for the Cubs when the game was out-of-reach (four different times, actually!), and recall Reds shortstop Davey Concepcion tossing a few pitches in a 1988 game. And who can forget Jose Canseco’s “masterful” performance 60 feet and 6 inches away from where he made a name for himself? 
Dunn’s official pitching record is 1 IP, 2 H, 1 BB, 1 ER. Not a terrible outing for a designated hitter.
Congratulations, Adam Dunn, and thanks for the entertainment.
Special card, unnumbered, Adam Dunn, “THE PITCHER.”
The Writer’s Journey

twjcards:

He’s certainly not the first non-pitcher to pitch in a big league contest, and most likely will not be the last. But seeing Adam Dunn take the pitcher’s mound on Tuesday night was nothing short of fantastic. I remember watching Doug Dascenzo on WGN pitch for the Cubs when the game was out-of-reach (four different times, actually!), and recall Reds shortstop Davey Concepcion tossing a few pitches in a 1988 game. And who can forget Jose Canseco’s “masterful” performance 60 feet and 6 inches away from where he made a name for himself? 

Dunn’s official pitching record is 1 IP, 2 H, 1 BB, 1 ER. Not a terrible outing for a designated hitter.

Congratulations, Adam Dunn, and thanks for the entertainment.

Special card, unnumbered, Adam Dunn, “THE PITCHER.”

The Writer’s Journey

angels:

Howie Kendrick had him by a mile.

angels:

Howie Kendrick had him by a mile.

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vanillacts:

Throwback - Andrew Luck @ Stanford lays a big hit against USC

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thestrawthatstirsthedrink:

Thurman getting down and dirty

thestrawthatstirsthedrink:

Thurman getting down and dirty

yankees:

They don’t ask you how, they ask you how many. #JeterFace

yankees:

They don’t ask you how, they ask you how many. #JeterFace

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yankees:

Miggy, you’ll get nothing and like it.

yankees:

Miggy, you’ll get nothing and like it.

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baseball-heaven:

@MLB posted a crazy stat today.

baseball-heaven:

@MLB posted a crazy stat today.

vanillacts:

Throwback - Barry Sanders @ OSU

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