Adam Greenberg faced a major league pitcher for the first time since 2005 tonight. Greenberg, who was beaned in his only other plate appearance faced R.A. Dickey in the 6th inning of tonight’s Marlins – Mets game. Dickey, a Cy Young candidate and 20-game winner, struck out Greenberg on three straight pitches, but the crowd and clubhouse still showered Greenberg with applause. Maybe next time.
Gregg Popovich calls it like he sees it.
LeBron James continues to be LeBron James.
Yes, Trevor Hoffman belongs in the Hall of Fame. Your argument is invalid.
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Were the Ravens the mystery team mentioned in a recent MMQB article?
It’s definitely possible.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie co-hosted WFAN’s Boomer and Carton Show on Wednesday. The avid Dallas Cowboys (…)
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