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Current, Past Baseball Players Criticize Hazing Restrictions

RONALD BLUM, AP Baseball Writers
JANIE McCAULEY, AP Baseball Writers

NEW YORK (AP) — Huston Street believes in some of baseball’s oldest, tried-and-true traditions, and the reliever knows team building can be a real benefit, so he considers the elimination of rookie dress up in the new labor deal the loss of “a healthy ritual.” 1,023 more words


What next for the Angels?

Hot on the heels of our great Padres piece, Darius Austin looks to Anaheim and sees reasons to be cheerful…

This might be painful for an Angels fan. 1,478 more words


2016 Update, Relief Pitcher

It’s no secret that those of us at the HoME don’t really believe the Hall of Fame should open its doors very widely to relief pitchers. 1,294 more words

2016 Update

Late rally leads Bosox to 5-3 win

By Pete Zarustica

Back in their glory days of about a decade ago, the Los Angeles (or California or Anaheim) Angels delighted the fans at the Big A with stirring rallies, often accompanied by the urging of a monkey. 340 more words

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This Day in Padres History -- July 28

July 28, 1972 – Right-hander Clay Kirby allows one run on five hits in a complete game and third baseman Dave Roberts homers and drives in two runs as the Padres defeat division-leading Cincinnati 3-1 at San Diego Stadium. 117 more words

Tyson Ross

7 MLB players likely to be traded before Monday's trade deadline

Major League Baseball’s annual non-waiver trade deadline happens this Monday, and plenty of current contenders will likely bulk up on talent to fortify their rosters for the stretch run. 1,289 more words


Trade Deadline: 6 Pitchers Who Can Save The Giants Bullpen

The Aug. 1 MLB trade deadline is fast approaching and after a 2-8 stretch since the All-Star break, the San Francisco Giants are looking for some pitching help. 778 more words