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8 times Jason Kipnis won social media this MLB offseason

8 times Jason Kipnis won social media this MLB offseason Though the Cleveland Indians blew a 3-1 lead and lost the 2016 World Series, Tribe second baseman Jason Kipnis has been killing it on social media this MLB offseason.With weddings, trips to Puerto Rico and a big helping of humor, Kipnis' posts show he's put that rough loss behind him.

MLB team has perfect Twitter response to Chris Christie's rant

MLB team has perfect Twitter response to Chris Christie's rant Just when you thought he was off the radar, Chris Christie is back making new friends.They're from Philadelphia, they're an awful team, they're an angry, bitter fan base and it's not safe for civilized people to go to Citizens Bank Park if you want to root for the other team.

Colby Rasmus' disgusting beard didn't last long enough to feel the internet's wrath

Colby Rasmus' disgusting beard didn't last long enough to feel the internet's wrath Either way, the internet chimed in — as it always does — absolutely roasting Rasmus' new beard with a series of hilarious tweets.But as of Wednesday, Rasmus had apparently rid himself of that hairy thing on his face.

Look for this wearable on wrists when baseball season begins

Look for this wearable on wrists when baseball season begins If we had to pick a walk-out song to the new Major League Baseball-approved wearable the Whoop Strap, we'd go with "Whoomp!The tracker will be one of the few biometric devices allowed on the field during games in the upcoming 2017 season.

MLB OKs Data-Collecting Wearable During Games

MLB OKs Data-Collecting Wearable During Games Major League Baseball has added wearable biometric monitors to its starting lineup.0 is the first wrist-worn device approved by the MLB for use during games.

MLB The Show 17’s Glitched Faces are Abominations

MLB The Show 17’s Glitched Faces are Abominations MLB The Show 17‘s development has produced at least two abominations that would fit in any modern horror game, as shared by developers at SIE San Diego Studio.All they wanted to do was create baseball players with realistic hair and facial structures to match their real-life counterparts.

Our new favorite baseball player pays awesome homage to the other Matt Foley

Our new favorite baseball player pays awesome homage to the other Matt Foley If the name "Matt Foley" rings a bell, that's because of arguably the greatest Saturday Night Live sketch of all time.) So that's the deal with that Matt Foley.

These terrible photos might explain why Donald Trump rejected an offer to throw a first pitch

These terrible photos might explain why Donald Trump rejected an offer to throw a first pitch Politico reported Tuesday morning that Trump was "in talks" to throw out the first pitch at Nationals Park on April 3.The last time sitting president threw out a first pitch, per CBS Sports, was when Barack Obama did so at a Nationals game on Opening Day in 2010.

SF Giants Train for 4th World Series Win With Halo Sport Headphones

SF Giants Train for 4th World Series Win With Halo Sport Headphones The company’s first product, Halo Sport, resembles an ordinary pair of wireless over-ear headphones.During the Giants’ 2016 conditioning camp, coaches split top minor league prospects into two groups—one wearing Halo Sport during 20-minute warm-ups, and one without.

9 ways the MLB can make baseball more exciting

9 ways the MLB can make baseball more exciting And not to mention the games are usually like three and a half hours long.Okay so baseball is boring!

Friday night baseball on Twitter is back

Friday night baseball on Twitter is back While we're all ruminating over what NFL Thursday Night Football will look like on Amazon, former rights-holder Twitter announced it will, once again, be streaming baseball.Starting this Friday, weekly live streams of MLB games will be available on Twitter.

Just when we thought we could move on, Tim Tebow homers in his first minor league at-bat

Just when we thought we could move on, Tim Tebow homers in his first minor league at-bat To paraphrase one Neil Young: Hey hey, my my, the Tim Tebow story will never die.Just when we thought it was safe to move on with our lives and let Tebow's baseball dreams die a quiet death after his time in the Arizona Fall League, he goes and does this.

And Peggy: MLB team's sneaky 'Hamilton' joke is a pitch-perfect tribute

And Peggy: MLB team's sneaky 'Hamilton' joke is a pitch-perfect tribute The San Francisco Giants' 2017 home opener is Monday afternoon; meanwhile, the hit musical Hamilton recently opened in the City by the Bay.Here's the Giants' tweet promoting the appearance by three of the production's actresses.

Um, did a Martha Stewart tweet ruin the Yankees' perfect game?

Um, did a Martha Stewart tweet ruin the Yankees' perfect game? The first rule about baseball's elusive perfect game is YOU DON'T TALK ABOUT THE PERFECT GAME UNTIL IT'S PERFECT.Here's why, as illustrated by one Martha Stewart.

Noah Syndergaard just revealed some tantalizing hints about his 'Game of Thrones' cameo

Noah Syndergaard just revealed some tantalizing hints about his 'Game of Thrones' cameo Noah Syndergaard, the New York Mets' very Thor-looking pitcher, will have a cameo in the seventh season of Game of Thrones — this much, we've known for some time.But the star hurler just revealed some tantalizing hints about what exactly his role will entail when HBO's hit series returns this summer.

Winter is coming ... to Major League Baseball this summer

Winter is coming ... to Major League Baseball this summer Winter is coming this summer — at least to Major League Baseball.There will soon be another outlet for your Game of Thrones fandom when Season 7 begins on July 16.

MLB player leaps over catcher to score acrobatic 'Major League II' style run

MLB player leaps over catcher to score acrobatic 'Major League II' style run When you're rounding third toward a catcher waiting for you at home plate, your options are limited.You can plow into the catcher and attempt to knock the ball free, risking injury, or you can be tagged out.

Yes, this Mets score is real

Yes, this Mets score is real yep, it's real.In case you were wondering, no, the Mets weren't playing football.

Baseball fan honors dead friend by flushing his ashes at Major League ballparks

Baseball fan honors dead friend by flushing his ashes at Major League ballparks As far as stories go, this one's a real pisser.A New York Mets fan is honoring a dead friend in most unusual fashion — by flushing his ashes down toilets in Major League Baseball parks across America.