1. this-day-in-baseball:

    September 22, 1911

    At the age of 44, Cy Young beats the Pirates 1-0 for his 511th – and final – career win.

  2. this-day-in-baseball:

    September 8, 1916
    Twenty-three fans attending the game against the Yankees at rain-soaked Shibe Park — the smallest crowd in American League history — witness A’s switch-hitter Wally Schang become the first player in major league history to homer from both sides of the plate in the same game. The feat will not be accomplished again in the American League until Cardinals second baseman Johnny Lucadello does so in 1940.


  3. Baseball Song of the Month: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - My Oh My.  An ode to Seattle, the Mariners, 1995 and Dave Niehaus.

  4. Jose Cardenal trying to keep that cap on.

  5. Dear MLB,
    Bring back home plate collisions.

    (Source: fuckyeahgeorgecostanza)

  6. mightyflynn:

    1967 PBA Base Bowl Pro-Am in Tampa Florida. Winning top honors were Pete Rose & Dick Weber followed by Lou Brock & Wayne Zahn in second with Lee Strange & Nelson Burton Jr finishing in third.

    Sporting News text and photo via Mears

    Gotta like the jerseys tucked into the dress slacks.

  7. Hall of Fame broadcaster Marty Brennaman in one hell of a nice sweater.


  8. I hope I get a Rube Baker rookie.

  9. Bill Greif says, “How you doin’?”

  10. Our Pastime caught a game this weekend… and it rained. Two hour delay at GABP in Cincinnati, then the Reds shut out Atlanta.