Cardinals Beat Rangers 3-2 in Game 1 of the World Series

When St Louis Cardinal’s manager Tony LaRussa called upon pinch-hitter Allen Craig after yanking Carpenter in the sixth inning, Craig came through.
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Cal Ripken Jr Has “Itch” to Return to Baseball

BALTIMORE, MD – Cal Ripken Jr, the former Baltimore Orioles Hall of Famer, recently made headlines when he said he had an “itch” to return to the game. This lead to speculation that Ripken might be interested in joining the team’s management in some capacity. Cal Ripken, Jr. is a popular speaker says PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency.

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Magic Johnson Compares The Dream Team to The Redeem Team (VIDEO)

In a sit down interview with The Los Angeles Times’ Bill Plaschke, Magic Johnson discusses The Dream Team versus The Redeem Team. Johnson speaks about the 1992 Dream Team in the video below. Magic Johnson is one of our more popular speakers says PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency. ... Read More

Jim Thome Becomes 8th Player to Hit 600 Home Runs in MLB (VIDEO)

Jim Thome finally achieved his goal of 600 home runs on Monday night, August 15, against the Detroit Tigers hitting two home runs against the Detroit Tigers. ... Read More

Roger Clemens Mistrial Declared by Federal Judge

WASHINGTON – U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton just declared a mistrial in the perjury cased against former Astros pitcher Roger Clemens after prosecutors allowed jurors to see evidence deemed inadmissible by the judge.

The mistrial was triggered when a video screen displaying comments from Congressman Elijah Cummings at a House hearing, in which Cummings seemed to indicate Clemens was lying when he denied using HGH or steroids, was left on while the lawyers had a private conversation with the judge. ... Read More

Roger Clemens Perjury Trial Begins

WASHINGTON – Roger Clemens’s day in court begins Wednesday, July 6, as he fights allegations that he lied under oath to Congress when he denied ever using steriods during his 23-year baseball career as a MLB pitcher.

Clemens testified to a House committee under oath in 2008 that he never used any performance-enhancing drugs during his 23-season baseball career. ... Read More

L.A. Dodgers File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

The Los Angeles Dodgers filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in Delaware Monday, blaming Major League Baseball for refusing to approve a multibillion-dollar TV deal that owner Frank McCourt was counting on to keep the troubled team afloat.

McCourt believes the bankruptcy will allow him the time to secure funding for his team while protecting his ownership against Major League Baseball’s advances. ... Read More

Baseball Great Harmon Killebrew Dies of Cancer at 74

Baseball legend Harmon Killebrew died Tuesday on May 17 of esophageal cancer. Killebrew, 74, passed away peacefully at his home in Scottsdale, Ariz., with his family at his side, according to the Minnesota Twins, his team from 1961-1964. The news came just days after the Hall of Famer told fans he was entering hospice.

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Baseball Legend Yogi Berra Hospitalized After Stadium Fall

Baseball legend, Yogi Berra, was taken to the hospital Thursday, March 10, after he tripped inside a clubhouse and fell on his backside before a Yankees spring training game. Berra is 85 years old.

The NY Yankees Hall of Famer caught his foot on a carpet at Bright House Field in Florida, according Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman who works as an “instructor” for the Yankees.

Cashman said that Yogi was smiling and joking after the accident and didn’t even want medical attention. Yogi however was taken to a nearby hospital for precautionary reasons.


Baseball Great Bill Buckner Launches Official Website

Bill Buckner has just launched the Bill Buckner official website where you can trace his 22-year career from the Los Angeles Dodgers (1969) to the Chicago Cubs (1977) to the Boston Red Sox (1984). Bill Buckner is a popular motivational sports speaker says booking agent.

Bill continues to be a popular motivational speaker and sports figure sought after by media and organizations. He keeps a busy schedule traveling the country participating in speaking engagements, baseball banquets, autograph signings, media, personal appearances, corporate events, charity softball games and endorsement deals. ... Read More