It took 12 years, 28 cities, too many hot dogs and an untallied amount of money but Jim Beland realized his dream of visiting all 30 of Major League Baseball’s parks. 573 more words
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Everyone has already made all the jokes about the Boston Red Sox using Apple Watches to cheat in ballgames. “Somebody finally found a use for those things!” The marketing of the Apple Watch has been heavy on ultra-sporty imagery, but somehow the planet’s supreme marketers never thought to make a commercial with a rotund, liver-spotted old baseball coach getting the cyber-message “CUT FASTBALL” on his wrist and flashing a hand signal to Dustin Pedroia in the batter’s box. 993 more words
Toronto’s talk radio hosts got a break from their usual fare this week — how to get rid of Kathleen Wynne, Bill Morneau’s small-business tax grab, is Donald Trump even sane — to address a more fundamental matter, the sale of naming rights to the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs. 838 more words
CHICAGO — Fourteen months after his major league debut, Lucas Giolito finally earned his first victory.
He threw seven scoreless innings to reach the milestone, and Matt Davidson hit a three-run homer to help the Chicago White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 7-1 on Sunday. 679 more words
Blue Jays broadcaster and former Major League Baseball player Joe Siddall knows from personal experience how wearing a suit on the job hunt boosts self-confidence and helps project professionalism. 202 more words