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This photo of Bartolo Colon sitting on a scooter in a LeBron jersey is simply delightful

Bartolo Colon signed a one-year, $12.5 million contract with the Atlanta Braves this offseason. And the 43-year-old pitcher/home run-hitting machine is currently living it up. 51 more words


Big Bartolo Colon Shows Off His Guns on a Scooter

Unless some major trades go down (Chris Sale, Chris Archer, Evan Longoria), it’s looking like this might be one of the most boring MLB offseasons ever. 111 more words


What We are Drinking- Thoughts on Wine Ratings

I have many hobbies. Maybe too many. One is drinking. I am referring to the drinking of alcoholic beverages in part, but not exclusively. I drink coffee and tea and think about drinking these beverages in just about the same way I think about the more intoxicating ones. 1,108 more words

An Ode To Bartolo Colon aka Big Sexy

The news of Bartolo Colon’s Mets career coming to an end has me distraught.  I’m at a loss for words when I think about what Bart has meant to me and this team over the last few years.   1,264 more words


More Veterans Coming To ATL; Braves Sign Pitcher Bartolo Colon

The veteran presence continues to build in Atlanta as the Braves signed pitcher Bartolo Colon to an one-year contract this afternoon.

Bartolo Colon is the latest veteran to join the Atlanta Braves as late last week the team signed former Blue Jays pitcher R.A. 174 more words


5 Best MLB Free Agents

by Rob Joyce

We’re a few weeks past the epic Game 7 (okay, Cubs fans definitely aren’t, but they get a pass). As the weather gets colder, the hot stove will only heat up as free agents hit the open market and test the waters. 504 more words


Overtime: On Bartolo Colon

By Jack McLoone

As someone who is infatuated with baseball at its most ludicrous, Bartolo Colon represents to me the pinnacle of human achievement. A listed 285 pounds of man continuing to throw a mid-80s fastball at the age of 43 is worthy of all the praise, and, according to the Atlanta Braves, $12.5 million. 880 more words