Whether they work or not, these superstitions won’t likely go away any time soon. Here are three of baseball’s classic fan superstitions.
Most baseball statistics are useful and tell you something about an MLB team or player. Some data, however, is essentially worthless.
Bill Walton brings excitement and creativity to every game he calls. So naturally when stepped in the booth to call a baseball game it was must see TV.
The baseballs used in MLB and the minor leagues wouldn’t be what they are without a little help from a muddy New Jersey river bank.
While most people know Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes as one of best in the game, fewer know about his baseball background.
Autographs from MLB’s early days hold a special value. And the likes of the most valuable autographed baseball may never be seen again.
No matter which offensive stats you consider, Mike Trout is a lock to be at or near the top of the leaderboard in most of the categories.
The Atlantic League, a partner with MLB, tested robot umpires, but there are some glitches to fix before bringing the tech to the Majors
Since joining MLB, Bryce Harper has been one of the most polarizing players in the league. Did the star jump straight to the league from high school?
Giannis Antetokounmpo is one of the best athletes in the NBA, but he’s not as skilled when he’s trying to swing a baseball bat.