ESPN’s great piece on World Series that happened in the “4” years (1924, 1984, etc.) also come with some amazing art. This is Willie Mays making “The Catch” in ‘54 vs. the Indians.

ESPN’s great piece on World Series that happened in the “4” years (1924, 1984, etc.) also come with some amazing art. This is Willie Mays making “The Catch” in ‘54 vs. the Indians.

Hanging in the Orioles’ clubhouse during the postgame celebration.

Courtesy @masnOrioles

Hanging in the Orioles’ clubhouse during the postgame celebration.

Courtesy @masnOrioles

Original design for Truman Sports Complex in Kansas City, 1973. 
That’s a rolling roof that could cover either stadium.
Yep.

Courtesy @MLBCathedrals

Original design for Truman Sports Complex in Kansas City, 1973. 

That’s a rolling roof that could cover either stadium.

Yep.

Courtesy @MLBCathedrals

Courtesy of @SBNation

Courtesy of @SBNation

The Cubs and White Sox finished with the same record (73-89) for the first time ever.

Dates back to 1901.

Courtesy ESPN

NL East standings on August 11, 1994.

Never forget.

NL East standings on August 11, 1994.

Never forget.

Godspeed, Robin Williams.

Great scene from Good Will Hunting featuring Fisk’s famous HR.

mlb:

This play is just silly.





Like, “Brooks Robinson silly” or “Ozzie Smith silly”?

mlb:

This play is just silly.

Like, “Brooks Robinson silly” or “Ozzie Smith silly”?

This is an incredible piece. Obivously full of trigger warnings.

I know that MLBO is rather light-hearted most of the time but this is so important it should be read.

RE2PECT. 

Prince Fielder, sweet swing.

Prince Fielder, sweet swing.

Addie Joss*, the last pitcher to no-hit the same team twice. Joss threw 74 pitches in his October 1908 perfect game against the White Sox and then shut down the Sox again in April 1910.
Tim Lincecum threw two no-nos against the Padres in 347 days (July 13, 2013 and June 25, 2014)
* Joss died in April 1911 from meningitis and held a career record of 160-97 with a 1.89 ERA, second best ever behind “Big Ed” Walsh, 1.82. Joss holds the record for career WHIP, .97. The National Baseball Hall of Fame waived the ten playing seasons requirement for Joss in 1977 and he was elected to the Hall in 1978.
Via Wikipedia

Addie Joss*, the last pitcher to no-hit the same team twice. Joss threw 74 pitches in his October 1908 perfect game against the White Sox and then shut down the Sox again in April 1910.

Tim Lincecum threw two no-nos against the Padres in 347 days (July 13, 2013 and June 25, 2014)

* Joss died in April 1911 from meningitis and held a career record of 160-97 with a 1.89 ERA, second best ever behind “Big Ed” Walsh, 1.82. Joss holds the record for career WHIP, .97. The National Baseball Hall of Fame waived the ten playing seasons requirement for Joss in 1977 and he was elected to the Hall in 1978.

Via Wikipedia

Pitchers with 2 or more no-hitters, Cy Young Awards, and World Series rings:

Sandy Koufax
Tim Lincecum

That’s it. That’s the list.

(Randy Johnson has one World Series ring with his multiple no-hitters and Cy Youngs.)

In honor of the 75th anniversary of Lou Gehrig’s “Luckiest Man” Speech all MLB teams will wear this patch. MLB will also promote ALS awareness heavily over the July 4th weekend.
Courtesy @sportslogosnet on twitter

In honor of the 75th anniversary of Lou Gehrig’s “Luckiest Man” Speech all MLB teams will wear this patch. MLB will also promote ALS awareness heavily over the July 4th weekend.

Courtesy @sportslogosnet on twitter

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, blasts from David Ortiz and [Mike] Napoli marked the first time in the modern era (1900-present) that a team won a game in extra innings with back-to-back home runs that represented its first runs of the game.

(Courtesy @thetedfox)