Miami Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki doesn’t have to try all that hard to break records these days. At 43 years and 246 days old, Suzuki is the new record-holder. Henderson was 43 years and 211 days old for that start, according to MLB.com.
Reigning T-Mobile Home Run Derby king Giancarlo Stanton will be back to defend his title. The Miami Marlins star has been confirmed as a competitor for this year's All-Star showcase. Stanton, appearing on ESPN's Baseball Tonight, said that participating in the derby in his home stadium is "going to be so much fun. I'm really looking forward to it." The Marlins will host the Midsummer Classic for the first time in franchise history. Stanton had something of a home-field advantage last year. The Southern California native hit 61 shots over the three rounds of last year's derby, which was held at San Diego's Petco Park. With the hometown Miami fans on his side, Stanton will look to improve upon
There is the Stanley Cup, and now there is Stanley’s Cup. After going 0-for-forever, Stanley C. Panther of the NHL Florida Panthers not only raised the Cup once but twice at the Wawa Mascot Games. Stanley represented the OUC The Reliable One Green Team along with Chomps of the NFL Cleveland Browns, Tommy Hawk of the NHL Chicago Blackhawks, Hugo of the NBA Charlotte Hornets, Rocky the Bull of the NCAA University of South Florida, and team captain Stuff the Magic Dragon of the NBA Orlando Magic. Miguel Colon Jr. was the team’s honorary coach. Stanley started the two-day event by helping the OUC The Reliable One Green Team win the Mascot Games trophy on Friday, June 23 at the Amway Center. It marked