• Rawlings teams up with the Cardinals and Royals to help Joplin

    June 20 2011 1:13 PM

    Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc., in partnership with the St. Louis Cardinals and the team's non-profit foundation, Cardinals Care, will launch two initiatives beginning this weekend to support the continued relief efforts to help Joplin, Missouri recover from the devastating tornado that tore through the city in May.

  • Top Highest-Paid Benchwarmers in Sports [PHOTOS]

    June 17 2011 1:34 AM

    Though the combined earnings of some Hollywood stars and big artists in the music industry constitute the big chunk of the $690 million earnings made by celebrities over the past twelve months, a few athletes have also been named among the highest paid young celebrities to have raked in millions from May 2010 to May 2011.

  • Regenocyte defends use of adult stem cells to treat Major League pitcher, Bartolo Colon

    May 24 2011 10:37 AM

    Major League Baseball pitcher, Bartolo Colon, left professional baseball in 2009 with pain in his right shoulder from a rotator cuff tear. Instead of accepting a life without baseball, Colon accepted an invitation from Regenocyte's medical director, Lionel Liriano M.D., to undergo adult stem cell therapy in his home country of the Dominican Republic.

  • Baseball, softball plan on joint proposal for 2020 Olympic bid

    April 05 2011 3:12 AM

    The international federations for softball and baseball said in a joint statement over the weekend that they are hoping to work together in hopes to get both the sports back into the Olympics in 2020.

  • Thornton signs $12 million contract extension with White Sox

    March 08 2011 10:16 AM

    Left-hander Matt Thornton has agreed on a two-year extension with Chicago White Sox and a $12 million deal was finalized over the weekend, according to the Major League Baseball team Sunday.

  • Bobby Cox says farewell to Braves, baseball

    October 13 2010 4:48 PM

    Long-time Atlanta Braves manager and former baseman Bobby Cox said goodbye to his team and to baseball on Monday after the San Francisco Giants eliminated them 3-2 in Game 4 of the best-of-five NL Division Series at the Turner Field.

  • Halladay joins Larsen in most exclusive postseason no-hitter club

    October 08 2010 5:17 PM

    Starting pitcher Roy Halladay of the Philadelphia Phillies shut out the Cincinnati Reds, 4-0, in the first game of the National League division series on Wednesday to book a historic second no-hitter in a postseason. The right-hander's fastballs and slow curves allowed only a walk by Jay Bruce before striking out eight Reds.