Bryce Harper was running back to catch an A.J. Ellis fly ball when he missed the warning track and ran straight into the right field wall. Harper appeared to hit his face directly on the metal portion of the fence covering the scores. The Nationals’ young super star did walk off the field under his own power.
Atlanta went up 31-0 when Julio took it the distance.
The Milwaukee Bucks have lost five games in a row, and when that sort of thing happens, another sort of thing is soon to follow: A team (…)
Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura was killed Sunday morning in a car crash in the Dominican Republic, the Kansas City Royals have (…)
Andy Marte, who was once the top prospect in baseball, was killed this weekend in a car crash in the Dominican Republic. The agency that (…)
The San Francisco Chronicle this morning brings us the delightful tale of the time Tom Izzo found out Draymond Green de-committed from (…)
Just trying to help the team.
“It does boggle the mind how somebody can be so thin skinned.”
Brett Tenaglia of New Fairfield (Conn.) rebounded a missed Bunnell free-throw with one second remaining and let loose a desperate Hail (…)