I don’t want to talk about it…
In one of my past posts, I mentioned how Coco Crisp, a baseball player for the Oakland Athletics, fooled baseball pitchers in order to steal bases. Continue reading “How a runner got fooled in baseball”
Here’s looking at where my head used to be.
Philadelphia Phillies baseball player Ben Francisco loses his head after being hit by a pitch during a game with the Cincinnati Reds. Continue reading “The headless baseball player – an optical illusion”
Ernesto Frieri is a pitcher for the baseball team The San Diego Padres. Continue reading “The baseball pitcher with a deceptive pitch”
April 1979 issue of Sports Illustrated
Continue reading “Pro baseball players don’t cheat, they compete”
No, that’s not a video projection.
So how did Seattle Mariner’s baseball player Ken Griffey Jr. Continue reading “In this baseball prank, bigger was better”
One classic baseball prank involves an orange. Continue reading “Practical jokes in baseball”
It’s a cat and mouse game between pitcher and runner.
In an article by Jonah Keri on the website Grantland, Coco Crisp, a baseball player for the Oakland Athletics, explains how he steals bases. Continue reading “How baseball players steal bases”
Melky Cabrera might be innocent.
A drug test found that player Melky Cabrera from the San Francisco Giants baseball team had taken the banned substance testosterone, so he was suspended for 50 games. Continue reading “Baseball player has a testosterone website problem”
They shot baseballs at loaded bats.
Continue reading “A baseball cannon blows up a cheating myth”