Country singer Tim McGraw’s father, Tug, was one heck of a Major League Baseball pitcher and he was also quite the character.
Lenny Dykstra’s life after baseball has been anything but stable. So what exactly happened to this former World Series winner?
Philadelphia Phillies star Bryce Harper is already a very wealthy man. His new job, though, will make him even richer.
The star outfielder had a strong offer from Los Angeles last offseason, but chose to sign with Philadelphia due to a particular reason.
Bryce Harper said he was “hurt” the Washington Nationals offered him $244 million in 2018. Harper should be embarassed by those comments.
Scott Rolen had a great MLB career with the Phillies, Cardinals, Blue Jays, and Reds. He is still having success in baseball too.
Bryce Harper signed a massive contract when he joined the Philadelphia Phillies in 2019. You won’t believe how much he makes in each at-bat.
Former Astros outfielder Michael Bourn made over $60 million in a long career. Bourn is now a Houston landlord doing right by his tenants.
Roy Halladay’s plane crash and death shocked the sports world in 2017. Halladay tweeted a week before he was performing death-defying stunts that ultimately cost him his life.
Former MLB All-Star outfielder Lenny Dykstra bizzarely acts as a sex therapist from ‘some apartment complex.’
San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds treasured April 12. Bonds regularly hit significant home runs on April 12 throughout his career.
The National League could have had a full-time designated hitter as early as the 1980s, if not for a fishing trip gone wrong. Here’s what happened.
In honor of April Fool’s Day, who are the biggest and best pranksters in sports history? Some of the answers are sure to make you laugh.