There are so many inconceivable skills necessary to hit Major League pitching, but if I had to pick one that most boggles the mind it would simply be this: recognizing, in an instant, whether a pi
MIAMI – Growing up in San Diego, Jason McLeod had Tony Gwynn posters on his wall and wore No. 19 as a tribute to his favorite player.
MESA, Ariz. – Kris Bryant won’t be blowing kisses at pitchers. It’s hard to picture him growing a Mohawk or smearing his face with eye black like an NFL linebacker.
This isn't your older brother's Major League Baseball. Not anymore.
Gone are the days in the late 1990s and early 2000s where players seemingly broke some home-run record every season.