Astros manager gave a heartwarming speech before the first baseball game in Houston after Hurricane Harvey – Markets Insider

Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch at the Astros vs. New York Mets game on September 2, 2017. MLB/Screenshot Eight days after Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Texas, the Houston Astros played its first post-Harvey home game at Minute Maid Park in Houston on Saturday. Astros manager A.J. Hinch gave a short speech and welcomed the city back […]

Baseball Is Broken – Slate Magazine

Right-fielder Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins hits a two-run home run against the Atlanta Braves at SunTrust Park on Aug. 4 in Atlanta.Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images This story originally appeared in the Joe Sheehan Baseball Newsletter. Learn more about the newsletter and subscribe on Facebook. Around 10 p.m. EDT Tuesday night, Brad Miller yanked a 2–1 slider from […]

Orioles still hope Connaughton will return to baseball despite having NBA option picked up – Baltimore Sun (blog)

Orioles still hope Connaughton will return to baseball despite having NBA option picked up – Baltimore Sun (blog)

This summer offered an opportunity for former Orioles draft pick Pat Connaughton to revisit his professional baseball career after spending the past two seasons as a reserve guard in the NBA. But on Thursday afternoon, the Portland Trail Blazers guaranteed the third year on the contract Connaughton signed after being drafted out of Notre Dame […]

How to combat late-season fantasy baseball apathy – New York Post

How to combat late-season fantasy baseball apathy – New York Post

This always is one of the more contentious parts of a fantasy baseball season. If you’re vying for your title, everything matters. Every injury, every trade and every roster move means something to you and your teams success. If you’re not, nothing matters. You don’t care about league trades, you’re not looking at your starting […]

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