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Gut the Farm for This? A Stand Against Idiots Disguised as Fans

By and large the world is probably at its zenith of stupidity. It’s around us everywhere, just watch the news. From politicians to kids taking selfies outside of Auschwitz, the Kardashians, Bieber, Miley, Donald Sterling, idiots going to sporting events and hurting other people, and on and on it goes. 1,063 more words

Beckett, Bullpen Struggle Big In 12-7 Loss To Pirates

PITTSBURGH (CBSLA.com/AP) — Gregory Polanco broke out of a slump with a solo home run and a tiebreaking two-run single, lifting the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 12-7 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday night. 548 more words


The Cardinals' Uncontrollable Pitchers

On Saturday night (July 19th), Cardinals starter Joe Kelly hit Dodger right fielder Yasiel Puig on the hand. The next game, Puig was forced to sit due to soreness in that hand. 313 more words

Bob Walk: Tuesday Showed Something Is Going On With Alvarez

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) – Pirates broadcaster Bob Walk joined “The Fan Morning Show” in his regular weekly spot on Wednesday to talk about the team as it prepares to wrap up a three-game set against the Dodgers. 215 more words


Happy Birthday Don Drysdale!!!

Happy Birthday Don Drysdale!!!

Don Drysdale had a very stellar 14-year baseball career that ultimately landed him among the greatest pitchers from his era.

Starting 465 games during that span, Drysdale earned a record of 209-166, while throwing 167 complete games including 49 shutouts. 55 more words


Haren aims to right the ship, lead Dodgers to series win

Ike Davis took the first step toward a big second half with a 3-for-5 night Tuesday, which included his sixth home run. Davis, who will likely earn his second straight start Wednesday against Dodgers right-hander Dan Haren, helped the Pirates even the series, and they’ll send lefty Francisco Liriano to the hill in the rubber match. 6 more words


Dodgers can't catch Pirates, drop slugfest

Josh Beckett returned from the disabled list with his shortest start of the year, while Yasiel Puig and Hanley Ramirez remained on the sidelines again Tuesday night as the Dodgers ran out of comebacks in a 12-7 loss to the Pirates.