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LA Dodgers organist plays 'Numb' in touching tribute to Chester Bennington

LA Dodgers organist plays 'Numb' in touching tribute to Chester Bennington Before the Dodgers faced off against the Braves last night, Dodger organist Dieter Ruehle, who once famously played the Legend of Zelda theme song during the World Baseball classic, started the evening with a little tribute to the late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington.SEE ALSO: Reddit tribute to Linkin Park's Chester Bennington is an ode to the 2000s "Numb," was one of the band's most popular songs off the 2003 album Meteora.

It's Lit at the Hot Corner

It's Lit at the Hot Corner Even though Mom always said not to play with fire, that’s exactly what reigning MVP and World Series hero Kris Bryant did for an epic set of photos and video for RedBull.com to showcase the talent and bravery it takes to play third base in the big leagues.

MLB player's 2-year-old daughter would rather dance than run the bases

MLB player's 2-year-old daughter would rather dance than run the bases Tampa Bay Rays player Logan Morrison's almost 2-year-old daughter, Ily, knows exactly how to make that boring old base running a little more fun.After the Ray's game on Sunday, the kids in the park were invited to run the bases in what is a pretty standard tradition among the MLB teams.

Red Sox fans reach for a home run ball in the perfect baseball photo

Red Sox fans reach for a home run ball in the perfect baseball photo At Thursday night's Red Sox-White Sox game at Fenway Park, Matt Stone of the Boston Herald did exactly that.As one Twitter user aptly put it, Stone's photo is a Norman Rockwell painting for 2017.

Fierce little cat stops Major League Baseball game by running onto the field

Fierce little cat stops Major League Baseball game by running onto the field This is no ordinary cat video.This is an extremely adorable cat, invading a baseball game between the St.

Athletic, adorable kitten crashes baseball game

Athletic, adorable kitten crashes baseball game Louis Cardinals gained a new player Wednesday when an unexpected little critter hopped on the field and became the team's newest outfielder.During the sixth inning of the Royals-Cardinals game, the cutest, tiniest kitten interrupted the game and quickly became the star of the show.

Life as a female head groundskeeper requires patience, fortitude, and thick skin

Life as a female head groundskeeper requires patience, fortitude, and thick skin Nicole Sherry is the head groundskeeper for the Baltimore Orioles, a position she fought hard to lock down.Sherry is accountable for upholding the playability and aesthetics of the playing field — simple in theory, but a task requiring an expertise in science, horticulture, and meteorology.

Red Sox ceremonial first pitch goes as wrong as possible for innocent bystander

Red Sox ceremonial first pitch goes as wrong as possible for innocent bystander Sometimes the universe gives you what you need right when you need it.In this case, it's a video of a dude getting hit in the beans by a very badly thrown baseball.

Junior League World Series player makes insane catch, snagging would-be home run

Junior League World Series player makes insane catch, snagging would-be home run We are pleased to present to you the new coolest 14-year-old in America: this Junior League World Series player who just made the best catch in JLWS history.Jack Regenye of Pennsylvania leapt over the outfield fence to catch a would-be home run in his team's game against Chinese Taipei, flipping upside down and popping up with the ball still in his possession.

You've never looked as cool as Javier Baez does sliding into home for the win

You've never looked as cool as Javier Baez does sliding into home for the win Nobody has ever looked cooler doing anything than Javier Baez did sliding for and accounting for the game-winning run in the Cubs' walk-off victory against the Blue Jays last night.In the tenth inning with one out and the bases loaded, Alex Avilla slapped a single into right field which resulted in a freakishly cool play at the plate.

Kris Bryant Laces Up Wings for Life Inspired Shoes

Kris Bryant Laces Up Wings for Life Inspired Shoes As this would be the first time an athlete has worn Sansing’s design in athletic competition, he focused on highlighting Bryant’s love for Chicago, where he has put down roots and gotten married.Sansing used colors that he felt embodied the energy that swells up at Wrigley Field when Kris comes to bat.

You will never be as cool as this Mets reporter catching a foul ball on-air

You will never be as cool as this Mets reporter catching a foul ball on-air The good news is, we can all stop bothering to try and look cool.The bad news is, it's because we've all just been outpaced by one Steve Gelbs.

An Apple Watch Is At the Center Of A Major League Baseball Scandal

An Apple Watch Is At the Center Of A Major League Baseball Scandal One of the most heated rivalries in pro sports is getting a little hotter this week, and an Apple Watch is at the center of the controversy.An Apple Watch worn by a member of the Boston Red Sox training staff.

7-year-old with 3D-printed hand could soon throw first pitch at every MLB stadium

7-year-old with 3D-printed hand could soon throw first pitch at every MLB stadium In fact, after using teaching herself how to hold and throw a baseball, she wants to use her 3D-printed hand to throw the first pitch at every single stadium in the National Baseball League.Bleacher Report posted a video on Twitter telling Dawson's story with the caption: "7-year-old Hailey Dawson wants to throw out the first pitch at every MLB ballpark with her 3-D printed hand.

Activists hang 'Racism is as American as baseball' banner at Red Sox game

Activists hang 'Racism is as American as baseball' banner at Red Sox game Once again, sports and politics collided after activists hung a giant anti-racism banner from the stands during a Boston Red Sox game.According to The Boston Globe, during the fourth inning of Wednesday night's game between the Boston Red Sox and the Oakland Athletics, five fans lowered the black banner — which read in white letters: "Racism is as American as baseball" — over Fenway Park's legendary Green Monster.