Continuing on an important partnership for Australian baseball, the Perth Heat will once again benefit from the services of three young Orioles prospects during the 2016-17 ABL season, with Will Dennis, Lex Rutledge, and Derek Peterson travelling halfway around the world to enjoy an Australian summer of baseball.
Australian Nathan Walker has made a strong start to the 2016-17 AHL season, picking up 11 points in the Hershey Bears’ first 19 games.
No food cries out, “God Bless America!“, more than the burger – a favorite among Americans of all ages and sizes (especially the larger ones).
As a lover of baseball, it’s hard not to be intrigued and inspired by the flamboyant nature of Latino culture. So many great Latino players, or those with Latino roots, grace the locker rooms and fields of Major League teams daily, bringing with them their beaming smiles, colorful dance moves, and sizzling cuisines. Take, for example, the…
The Arizona Fall League has finished for another year, with seven Orioles appearing throughout the five week campaign.
All bias aside, those representing the BBWAA in deciding the finalists for the 2016 Cy Young Award got it wrong in the most obvious, and embarrassingly horrendous way imaginable.
The Australian U23 baseball team has this week turned in what is arguably the best performance by a national team since the 2004 Olympic Silver Medal, most likely progressing through to the Gold Medal game against Japan at the WBSC U23 Baseball World Cup. Pending other results later today AEDST and confirmation from the WBSC, the…
Following on from a memorable 2015-16 regular season which saw a Metropolitan Division title and Presidents Trophy added to the franchise’s list of achievements, the Washington Capitals have started the 2016-17 strong, looking to sweep aside the pain of playoff failure last May.
The new hockey season started a few weeks early for the nine Washington Capitals competing in the World Cup of Hockey 2016.
Woeful (adjective) – very bad; deplorable.
James Beresford is poised to become the 33rd Australian to play in the major leagues after being called up by the Minnesota Twins on Monday.
The name Ubaldo Jimenez is enough to make an Orioles fan shudder.