Here are the scores. Here are the highlights: Dodgers 12, Rockies 6: Cody Bellinger hit two homers and drove in four and now he’s slugging a ridiculous .679. He also made news over the weekend by saying that he did not know who Jerry Seinfeld was. I
It’s one of the more iconic moments in White Sox history, and now Mark Buehrle has a key piece of memorabilia after a fan’s kind gesture. Already overwhelmed by a series of gifts from the White Sox on Saturday afternoon, Buehrle was in disbelief when 17-year-old Tommy Maloney walked onto the field during a number-retirement ceremony and presented him with the flipped-through-the-legs ball from 2010 Opening Day. The memento was one of four gifts Buehrle received from the White Sox along with a new truck, a four-seat All-Terrain Vehicle and a personalized piece of art created by White Sox outfielder Ron Kittle commemorating many of the highlights of the pitcher’s White Sox career. It was just another part of an overwhelming, emotional day for Buehrle, who was honored for his 12 seasons in a White Sox uniform.
Detroit sports are in purgatory, and the only hope at a championship in the near future may ride on a team with one playoff win in 60 years Last January, we wrote that Detroit sports fans are experiencing the worst championship slump in decades. We also wrote that the Detroit Tigers had "the best shot of the four teams (for now) to win the city's next championship." Well, so much for that. True, we're not even at the halfway point of the baseball season. But the Tigers are 33-42. They just snapped an 8-game skid. They would be in last place in the American League right now if not for the ineptitude of the Chicago White Sox (32-42). And if recent reports about the Tigers' plans this summer are