Posted By Gordon Dixon On May 10th 2013. Under MLB, NBA Tags: 2013 NBA Playoffs, Atlanta Braves, Golden State Warriors, indiana pacers, Jason Kidd, Joe Mauer, kevin durant, klay thompson, Los Angeles Angels, Minnesota Twins, new york knicks, New York Yankees, oklahoma city thunde, petco park, Robinson Cano, San Diego Padres, stephen curry, tim hudson .
As the official statistician of MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS, and the WNBA the Elias Sports Bureau provides a look into sports that goes beyond the home run saving grabs, made-for-highlight-reel stiffarms, and ankle breaking crossovers. They sift through the streaks, trends, and numbers to often provide us with interesting and little known bits of information about our ... Read More
Another month, another Major League Baseball player suspended for a positive performance enhancing drug test. In May it was Guillermo Mota. Freddy Galvis and Marlon Byrd added themselves to the list in June. Bartolo Colon and Melky Cabrera followed in August. Next up, San Diego Padres catcher Yasmani Grandal. BREAKING: @padres C ... Read More
First of many... Earlier this week Anthony Rizzo made his much anticipated debut for the Chicago Cubs after being acquired from the San Diego Padres for pitcher Andrew Cashner back in January. The reaction from many Cubs fans might have been "It's about time". Between last season and early this ... Read More
Petco Park would probably get alot of votes for best looking ballpark in the majors. There's a good chance it would also be pretty high on the list of places pitchers enjoy taking the mound. The current dimensions of the park are 322 feet down the right field line, 382 feet in the right ... Read More
Jeff Suppan spent 16 seasons in the major leagues, pitching for the Kansas City Royals, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Pittsburgh Pirates. He had a record of 138-143, an ERA of 4.69, and 1,383 strikeouts. In 2006 Suppan won the World Series with the ... Read More
The biggest headline heading into the Red Sox-Padres series was probably Adrian Gonzalez getting to take on the team he spent the last five seasons playing for. You could also have looked at it as a first place-last place matchup. Yup, while most non-baseball fans were engulfed in the NBA ... Read More