While Hamilton’s 5 year deal from the Angels may go down as one of the worst in history when it is all said and done, it is important to remember that baseball is just a game, and that this man has a wife and children. Those needs and his own personal health have to be the #1 priority here. I hope fans will show him some compassion.
Chuck Booth’s 218 MLB Game 30 Parks Road Trip In 2015
(216 Games is 9% of Entire Schedule) The journey Starts Apr.05, 2015 @ Wrigley Field 7:05, Next 2 Games. Mon Apr.6, 2015 - Great American Ballpark, 4:10, Tuesday April.07, 2015 - Wrigley Field 7:05 PM
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Trip Stats: Miles Driven (0) Miles Air (0) Total Miles (0) In Altuves () $ Spent So Far ($12202) Hot Dogs Eaten (0) Energy Drinks Consumed (0) Subs Eaten (0) Chilli's (0) # Of Days On the Road (0) Games Seen (0) Games Left (218) Days remaining (183).
Tommy John Surgery Tracker History 4 all players who have gone under the knife ever Page plus 2014 Updates - click picture
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In 2012, Chuck Booth attended a complete game in all 30 MLB Parks in just 23 calendar days, click the image of he and Larry Lucchino to read all about it.
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Here are the day’s minor transactions from around the league… Baseball America’s Matt Eddy delivers a series of recent releases. You can check his always-useful Twitter feed for the full run, but the highlight is probably the Royals‘ release of lefty Noel Arguelles (Twitter link). A high-profile signee out of Cuba back in 2009, the 25-year-old was hit hard i […]
Right-hander Kyle Drabek has been claimed on waivers by the White Sox, the Blue Jays announced. Jon Morosi of FOX Sports tweeted minutes before the announcement that an unknown club had claimed Drabek, and Sportsnet’s Shi Davidi had originally tweeted that Drabek was packing up his locker and appeared to be on the move. Fellow righty Nate Jones has been plac […]
The Blue Jays announced that they’ve outrighted left-handed pitcher Scott Barnes, clearing a spot on the 40-man roster. This marks the first time that Barnes has been snuck through waivers this offseason. He was originally acquired by the Orioles from the Indians, then claimed by Rangers and then the Blue Jays. The 27-year-old Barnes has a 5.20 ERA in a smal […]
The Twins have outrighted right-hander Lester Oliveros off the 40-man roster, tweets Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press (Twitter link). The move drops the Twins’ 40-man roster to 39, Berardino adds. The 26-year-old Oliveros was acquired from the Tigers in a trade that sent Delmon Young to Detroit back in 2011. Oliveros has thrown just 21 1/3 inning […]
Here are the day’s minor transactions, updated as we go: The Rays have released outfielder James Harris, MLBTR has learned. Harris was a supplemental first-round pick in the 2011 draft, taken 60th overall by Tampa and signed for a (then under-slot) bonus of $490K. Drafted as something of a toolsy project out of high school, Harris never got comfortable at th […]