The list continues to expand as Albert Pujols' name remains absent: Peter Bourjos and Kendrys Morales each have a home run for the Angels, and Chris Iannetta, Mark Trumbo and Howie Kendrick all have two.
I'm of the opinion that a fan should pick one team and ride that train from birth until death. One team per league is fine, but there should be one team that trumps all, without question.
Enough about Tom and Gisele, the real power couple in sports is the #1 golfer in the world Rory McIlroy and the former #1 tennis player in the world Caroline Wozniacki.
They've got a bunch of billboards in Southern California. The Angels are trumpeting the arrival of Albert Pujols with "El Hombre" (The Man). One person doesn't care for it. Albert Pujols.
Nothing gets the baseball blogosphere more riled up than a good old annual debate over players' Hall of Fame credentials, so to save time down the road, I thought I would jump ahead 25 years.
As the popular movement spurred by Occupy Wall Street calls into question pervasive corruption and greed in America, athletes and the sports world as a whole seem completely immune from any similar public scrutiny.
Will the NL MVP, Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers, begin the season serving a 50-game suspension? He's appealed his positive drug test for an elevated level of testosterone.
Next time you hear sportscasters and sportswriters wax poetic about what a great baseball town St. Louis is, ask them why then did Albert Pujols feel compelled to leave town?
While Angels fans rejoice and Cardinals fans wipe away their tears, the $254 million question remains: Did the Angels overpay for Albert Pujols?
Dan Patrick on his show made an apt statement: you do not want to play poker with Arte Moreno. Congratulations to the superstar proprietor who put his money where his mouth is.
OK, now we've heard everything. Boise State moved into the Mountain West Conference, but they won't be allowed to wear their traditional blue jerseys. They play on a blue football field. Too much blue?
When Mets' General Manager Sandy Alderson introduced new manager Terry Collins to the media on Tuesday morning, I got about as excited for spring training as I ever have in my life.
In case you missed it, the 20th perfect game in major league history was thrown Saturday night in Florida by Roy Halladay of the Phillies.
Jerry Manuel's job with the Mets is safe... at least for the moment. He didn't crack under the pressure.
The great Ty Cobb was born on this date in 1886. Against today's pitchers he'd probably bat only .280 or so. Then again, he'd be 123 years old.
Not a misprint. The Knicks pummeled Phoenix 126-99 to improve their stellar record to 4-14. They're only 10 games out of first place. Then again they've only played 18.