A lot of MLB players continue competing way past their prime, but we have 7 players who you probably forgot were still competing altogether.
At 10:30 on a warm night in late September 1959, the air raid sirens went off in Chicago. For five long minutes, they wailed. It was the height of the Cold War, an era in which elementary schools regularly conducted air raid drills in which the students — I was one — sat under their desks, heads between
Getz -- who on Friday was named the White Sox director of player development -- worked the past two seasons as an assistant to baseball operations in player development for the Kansas City Royals. A fourth-round pick of the White Sox in the 2005 amateur draft, Getz replaces Nick Capra, who earlier this