Dr. Anthony Fauci throws one of the worst ceremonial first pitches in baseball history [Video]

On Thursday night, the Major League Baseball season got underway with a matchup between the New York Yankees and Washington Nationals. Prior to the game, Dr. Anthony Fauci threw out the ceremonial first pitch and as you will see below, it was one of the worst we have ever seen. Video 1 Credit: please click … Read more

Every New York Yankee and Washington National kneel before season opener but stand for anthem

New York Yankees

Prior to Thursday’s Major League Baseball season opener between the Washington Nationals and New York Yankees, every player took a knee during an opening ceremony in which the players held a black piece of fabric and Morgan Freeman read a speech adjusting social injustice. Following the opening speech by Freeman, every player then stood during … Read more

Washington Nationals announce Dr. Anthony Fauci will throw out first pitch on Opening Day

Freddie Freeman

Just moments ago, the Washington Nationals released a statement that is sure to make some people happy while upsetting others. In the statement, the Nationals announced that Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has accepted an invitation to throw out the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day, Thursday, … Read more

Multiple MLB teams cancel workouts due to COVID-19

Freddie Freeman

This is not the news we wanted to report this morning but according to reports, multiple Major League Baseball teams have decided to cancel their workouts for today as they await COVID-19 test results. Both the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros have both made the decision to cancel summer workouts for Monday because they have … Read more

World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg opts out of contract, becomes free-agent

The World Series MVP may have a new team next season. Embed from Getty Images Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg has opted out of his contract he signed in 2016 that had four years and $100 million remaining. He posted a career high 18 wins and led the National League with 209 innings pitched. Of … Read more

Former Tigers Max Scherzer and Anibal Sanchez cry like babies after winning World Series [Video]

Detroit Tigers

On Wednesday night, the Washington Nationals defeated the Houston Astros in Game 7 to clinch their first World Series title in franchise history. Many Detroit Tigers fans took a special interest in the World Series this year as a few of their former starting pitchers were spread out between the Nationals and Astros. Two of … Read more

Ex-Tigers Max Scherzer, Anibal Sanchez and Fernando Rodney are World Series Champs!

It may have taken seven games, but we can finally say that we have a new World Series champion! The Washington Nationals completed the comeback by taking down the Houston Astros in Game 7 from Minute Maid Park, winning their first title in franchise history! FINISHED THE FIGHT. The @Nationals are #WorldSeries CHAMPS. pic.twitter.com/lCS6r9Y0Da — … Read more

2019 World Series will feature several former Detroit Tigers pitchers

Detroit Tigers fans, you may want to look away. The 2019 World Series matchup is official. The Houston Astros will attempt to win their second title in three years, and they’ll battle the Washington Nationals who are appearing in their first ever Fall Classic. Justin Verlander: "I literally love you" (Probably) #Astros pic.twitter.com/BilGY8P9tE — Daniel … Read more

Ex-Tiger Anibal Sanchez throws seven hitless innings in Game 1 of NLCS

Detroit Tigers fans have already seen the success that Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer have enjoyed since their departures from the Motor City, leaving them longing for the good old days. And now, you can count Anibal Sanchez among former Tigers finding glory elsewhere. Sanchez threw seven hitless innings for the Washington Nationals in Game … Read more

JUST IN: 3 teams remain interested in Shane Greene, despite high asking price

According to Jon Morosi, the asking price for Detroit Tigers closer Shane Greene remains high with just 2 1/2 hours left until the Major League Baseball trade deadline. Embed from Getty Images Morosi is reporting that the Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees, and Washington Nationals are among the teams still interested in Greene. #Tigers asking … Read more

JUST IN: Washington Nationals interested in Detroit Tigers pitcher

According to Jon Heyman, the Washington Nationals are showing interest in Detroit Tigers’ closer Shane Greene. Nats are looking for 2 pen pieces, including 1 lefthander. Shane Greene is on their radar. He’d obviously be the righty (if they get him). — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) July 31, 2019 The Major League Baseball trade deadline is … Read more

REPORT: National League team interested in Shane Greene, Tigers ask for top prospect in return

We are less than two weeks away from the Major League Baseball trade deadline and the rumors are heating up regarding the Detroit Tigers and a few of their players. One of those players is closer Shane Greene, who was selected to the American League All-Star Team following a red-hot first half to the season. … Read more

BREAKING: Detroit Tigers sign former All-Star closer Trevor Rosenthal

According to a report from Jon Heyman, the Detroit Tigers are signing former St. Louis Cardinals closer Trevor Rosenthal to a minor league deal. Trevor Rosenthal will have minor league deal with Tigers — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) June 28, 2019 Rosenthal, who was recently released by the Washington Nationals, has 121 career saves, all with the … Read more

Former Detroit Tigers pitcher Anibal Sanchez signs deal you may not believe

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According to reports, former Detroit Tigers pitcher Anibal Sanchez has signed a 2-year, $19 million deal with the Washington Nationals. The Nationals have agreed to a deal with right-hander Anibal Sanchez, I’m told. — anthony fenech (@anthonyfenech) December 20, 2018 Sanchez’s deal is for two years and $19 million plus incentives, I’m told. — anthony fenech … Read more

MUST SEE: Nationals’ rookie Spencer Kieboom spits out tooth, proceeds to go yard!

Well, this is certainly straight out of the “you don’t see that every day” book. Watch as Philadelphia Phillies rookie Spencer Kieboom spits out his tooth, gets back into the batter’s box and hits his first-career home run. This is @KieBOOM22. That's his tooth flying out of his mouth. He hit a home run shortly … Read more