(Source: baseball-heaven)

whitesox:

Moises Sierra gets to know some Dodgers fans.

whitesox:

Moises Sierra gets to know some Dodgers fans.

mightyflynn:

den Dekker 
June 2, 2014
Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Photo by Chris Szagola/AP

mightyflynn:

den Dekker 

June 2, 2014

Citizens Bank Park

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Photo by Chris Szagola/AP

whitesox:

How’s the air up there, Conor?

whitesox:

How’s the air up there, Conor?

vintagesportspictures:

Babe Ruth warming up at Wrigley Field (1918)

vintagesportspictures:

Babe Ruth warming up at Wrigley Field (1918)

mightyflynn:

1977
via xcaliburcollections
thegameswelove:

Junior
whitesox:

Alexei, so smooth.

whitesox:

Alexei, so smooth.

nationalpostsports:

Their starting pitcher left the ball up in the strike zone all night. Their second run was scored when their slugger ran through a stop sign from third-base coach Luis Rivera, and potentially never touched home plate on his slide. Their third baseman, maligned for his defence, robbed the opposition’s lead-off hitter of a sure single, while their mobility-challenged left-fielder made a leaping play against the wall, too. And, finally, they scored their winning run on a play that needs its own paragraph or six.For the Toronto Blue Jays, this is officially getting ridiculous. Make no mistake, they have played good baseball during their nine-game winning streak, extended with a 3-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday night. You know what they say about the correlation between being good and being lucky, though.“I wouldn’t say that it’s because we’re on a streak,” said Blue Jays outfielder Kevin Pillar, who scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning as a pinch-runner. (Photo: John Lott/National Post)

nationalpostsports:

Their starting pitcher left the ball up in the strike zone all night. Their second run was scored when their slugger ran through a stop sign from third-base coach Luis Rivera, and potentially never touched home plate on his slide. Their third baseman, maligned for his defence, robbed the opposition’s lead-off hitter of a sure single, while their mobility-challenged left-fielder made a leaping play against the wall, too. And, finally, they scored their winning run on a play that needs its own paragraph or six.

For the Toronto Blue Jays, this is officially getting ridiculous. Make no mistake, they have played good baseball during their nine-game winning streak, extended with a 3-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday night. You know what they say about the correlation between being good and being lucky, though.

“I wouldn’t say that it’s because we’re on a streak,” said Blue Jays outfielder Kevin Pillar, who scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning as a pinch-runner. (Photo: John Lott/National Post)

whitesox:

You can watch Gordon Beckham make this gem over and over and over…

whitesox:

You can watch Gordon Beckham make this gem over and over and over…

twjcards:

The first no-hitter of the 2014 season was thrown by Josh Beckett, who shut down the Philadelphia Phillies on May 25 in Philadelphia. The Dodgers won the game 6-0. Beckett walked three and struck out six batters; this is the fifth time a Dodgers pitcher has no-hit the Phillies.
Congratulations, Josh Beckett.
Special card, unnumbered, Josh Beckett “NO-HITTER”
The Writer’s Journey

twjcards:

The first no-hitter of the 2014 season was thrown by Josh Beckett, who shut down the Philadelphia Phillies on May 25 in Philadelphia. The Dodgers won the game 6-0. Beckett walked three and struck out six batters; this is the fifth time a Dodgers pitcher has no-hit the Phillies.

Congratulations, Josh Beckett.

Special card, unnumbered, Josh Beckett “NO-HITTER”

The Writer’s Journey

mightyflynn:

Top: Brandon Maurer

Bottom: George Springer

May 24, 2014

Safeco Field

Seattle, Washington

Top photo by Elaine Thompson/AP

Bottom photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images North America

(Source: thegameswelove, via dgemsports)