MLB

Tim Lincecum missed the Game 1 introductions because he was throwing up

NBCSports.com: HardballTalk (Aaron Gleeman) — "I was doing some stuff in the training room."
  • New: 45 min ago

Homeland Security raids K.C. store selling unlicensed World Series panties

Yahoo.com: Big League Stew (David Brown) — Attention small-business owners and Major League Baseball fans: Think twice before you start production on your own line of unlicensed intimate apparel related to the World Series. If you push ahead anyway, Homeland Security might conduct a panty raid on your store. That's what happened at Birdies Panties in Kansas City on Tuesday, when federal authorities "visited the Crossroads store and...
  • New: 1 hr 40 min ago

Twins decline $3.6 million option on Jared Burton

NBCSports.com: HardballTalk (Aaron Gleeman) — Not so long ago that option looked like it might be a bargain, as Burton went from scrap-heap pickup to one of the league's best setup men, but he showed major signs of decline this season while throwing 64 innings with a 4.36 ERA.
  • New: 2 hr 6 min ago

PANTY RAID! Homeland Security agents confiscate unlicensed Kansas City Royals underwear

NBCSports.com: HardballTalk (Craig Calcaterra) — In other news: Homeland Security agents now conduct raids over things like minor copyright violations.
  • New: 2 hr 16 min ago

World Series, Game 2: Giants vs. Royals lineups

NBCSports.com: HardballTalk (Aaron Gleeman) — Jake Peavy vs. Yordano Ventura.
  • New: 2 hr 32 min ago

A Silent Link Between the Giants and Kansas City

NY Times: Bats (By DAVID WALDSTEIN) — Pitcher Dummy Taylor starred at a school for the deaf in the Kansas City metropolitan area before helping the Giants reach the 1905 World Series.
  • New: 2 hr 43 min ago

A video game simulation of the World Series nailed Game 1

NBCSports.com: HardballTalk (Craig Calcaterra) — Great Moments in the Uncanny Valley
  • New: 3 hr 6 min ago

CC Sabathia hasn’t thrown off a mound yet, but says he’s “pretty much back to 100 percent”

NBCSports.com: HardballTalk (Aaron Gleeman) — He's owed $23 million in 2015, $25 million in 2016, and $25 million or a $5 million buyout for 2017.
  • New: 3 hr 34 min ago

The ratings for Game 1 of the World Series were the lowest in history

Yahoo.com: Big League Stew (Mike Oz) — Hunter Pence hit a homer , Madison Bumgarner had another dominant outing and the San Francisco Giants took Game 1 of the World Series, but TV viewers weren't all that impressed. According to overnight ratings, Game 1 of the 2014 World Series struck a new low. Neither the Cinderella story of the Kansas City Royals or the dynasty-in-the-making Giants seemed to captivate the nation, as the...
  • New: 4 hr 4 min ago

Frank White joins the “back in my day …” chorus

NBCSports.com: HardballTalk (Aaron Gleeman) — "No one ever complained" is not a particularly compelling argument against change, in baseball or in life.
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Padres fire hitting coach Phil Plantier

NBCSports.com: HardballTalk (Aaron Gleeman) — This year the Padres scored the fewest runs in baseball, by far, as they totaled 535 runs and the second-to-last Braves scored 573.
  • New: 4 hr 35 min ago

A look at how MLB creates the annual World Series Film

Yahoo.com: Big League Stew (Nick Bromberg) — KANSAS CITY, Mo. – What happens on the field during the World Series between the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals is the central theme for MLB Productions annual World Series Film , But it sometimes isn't the main focus. The film, which MLB says is the "definitive visual historical document of the World Series each year," began in 1943 as a way to inform troops overseas fighting...
  • New: 4 hr 52 min ago

Wade Davis’ wife tipped a waiter a World Series ticket

NBCSports.com: HardballTalk (Craig Calcaterra) — I think that constitutes more than 15%.
  • New: 4 hr 52 min ago

Mets interviewing ex-Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long

NBCSports.com: HardballTalk (Aaron Gleeman) — Long was the Yankees' hitting coach from 2007-2014 and during that time they scored the second-most runs in baseball, but aging and injuries turned the lineup into one of the league's worst for the past two seasons and he took the fall.
  • New: 5 hr 7 min ago