90. Mark McGwire
I know what you’re thinking. “How can Mark McGwire be ranked higher than Tony Gwynn or Rod Carew?” I know it seems ridiculous. 2,763 more words
Baseball Hall of Famer was the Grand Marshall for the Grand Slam parade at the Little League World Series. Winnie spoke at the Grand Slam Breakfast and told a winning story about an errant throw in Toronto that almost got him in big trouble. 17 more words
Major League Baseball Hall of Famer, Dave Winfield, spoke at the Little League World Series Grand Slam Breakfast on Thursday morning before the games got underway. 63 more words
Former Padres pitcher, Trevor Hoffman will become the 9th player inducted into the San Diego Padres Hall Of Fame.
He’ll be inducted before the August 30th game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. 104 more words
The Padres announced this morning that Padres saves leader, Trevor Hoffman will be inducted into the Padres Hall of Fame on Saturday, August 30th. Hoffman was unanimously inducted by the Hall of Fame committee comprised of members of the local sports media and the San Diego Padres front office. 91 more words
h/t TheStar– On a hazy evening 30 years ago, a seagull died in downtown Toronto.
Not uncommon in a city then teeming with ring-billed gulls, this particular death would leave a mark on Toronto, an all-star athlete and a group of people who found themselves drawn into one of the more absurd episodes in sport. 144 more words