Aroldis Chapman is done serving his 30-game suspension under MLB's new domestic violence policy. A prized pitcher who was acquired at a discount price...
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How do sports fans reconcile their fandom with their morality? By arbitrarily deciding what they will choose to care about and where they will draw the line. There are many complex factors that enter into these decisions.
For the first time in its history, Major League Baseball has suspended a player for domestic violence. On Tuesday, the league announced that newly min...
By Matt Yoder, Awful Announcing
Tuesday's Reds game was interesting for more than a couple reasons. Bronson Arroyo had a no-hitter going into the ...
With baseball's Opening Day upon us, following the fun is the best way to begin a new season. Nothing can turn around a team's fortunes faster than a pitcher who can really bring it.
Reds rookie pitcher Aroldis Chapman, the Cuban defector, hit 103.9 on the radar gun last night. The Tigers' Joel Zumaya holds the unofficial record at 104.6.
Shoot. Former Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress' application for work release is denied. He remains behind bars and can't apply again until next June.
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