Remember how this works: Every week, I’ll be joined by a guest from The Post’s Sports staff to discuss the biggest story or the latest headlines from across the sports world. I’ve been with The Post since 2003 and been the beat writer on Maryland athletics, national college football and basketball, the Nationals, the Washington Football Team, golf, Major League Baseball and have been to every Olympics dating back to 2004.
As part of the celebration of the 70th anniversary of Topps baseball cards, we’ve asked fans (as well as our staff) to submit their all-time favorite baseball cards, and we’ve broken them down by team. We’ll be revealing submissions regularly throughout the season, ranging from the famous to the weird, Source
Record: 87-75-0, Finished 3rd in AL_East (Schedule and Results) Manager: Sparky Anderson (87-75) General Manager: Bill Lajoie <p> Ballpark: Tiger Stadium </p> <p> Attendance: 1,899,437 (7th of 14) </p> <p> <a href=”https://www.baseball-reference.com/about/parkadjust.shtml”>Park Factors:</a> (Over 100 favors batters, under 100 favors pitchers.)<br /> Multi-year: Batting – 100, Pitching – 99<br /> One-year: Batting – 95, Pitching – 95 </p> […]
In their game Saturday against the Chicago Cubs, the Giants wore cream jerseys embroidered with a Pride patch on the right sleeve and black caps with a rainbow version of their logo. They’re the first team in Major League Baseball to wear Pride-specific uniforms, the team said in a news release. The Giants’ Pride logo […]