This is it, folks. The 2011 playoff slate is just about set - the Yanks, Phils, Brewers, D-Backs, Tigers, and Rangers have clinched their respective divisions. Now, all we need are our 2 wild cards. After 161 games, four teams' fates come down to the last game of the season. After looking like a sure thing, the Braves and Red Sox have blown considerable leads allowing the Rays and Cards back in to the race. If all teams win, they'll enter into head-to-head one game playoffs. What's more exciting than this photo finish? How about photos of their fine female superfans? Check 'em out then vote for the teams with the hottest fans in our poll after the jump.
July 15th marks the anniversary of the Philadelphia Phillies losing their record 10,000th game, which at the time was the most in MLB history. A quick check of the books shows that despite their recent streak of consecutive division titles and playoff appearances they still hold that top spot for losingest pro baseball team of all-time. Of course, losingest can be taken in a variety of ways - could mean most losses or it could mean worst win/loss percentage. So, we've taken both into consideration when running down the losingest teams of all-time, past and present. Check out the full rundown after the jump.
If you followed COED's 30 Stadiums in 30 Days trip last summer, then you know there are some state of the art, super awesome stadiums out there in the MLB. However, there are some stadiums that fans should avoid entirely; they make the gameday experience so miserable that you're better off just watching the game on TV. The stadiums listed after the jump are those ones; the stadiums that players are embarassed to call home and that fans should avoid at all costs.
If there's one thing we love most about every sport, it's cheerleaders. And believe it or not, baseball actually has cheerleaders! Don't believe us? Well, just take a gander at these smokin' hot gals, and you'll have a whole new reason for singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game". And speaking of smokin', did you watch our video of World Series star Tim Lincecum talking about his Marijuana usage?
The Texas Rangers are poised to win their first AL pennant ever with a win over the New York Yankees tonight. Some have att…
These select individuals excel on the baseball diamond but their successes circling the bases with the ladies don't match up. We have a feeling the following players are far from players that crush a lot. Now entering the game, Ashley Dupre.
With Monday's Home Run Derby and Tuesday's All Star game kicking off the week, the baseball season is ramping up for its end of the summer push. And if there's one thing we love most about every sport, it's cheerleaders. And believe it or not, baseball actually has cheerleaders! Don't believe us? Well, take a gander at these smokin' hot gals, and you'll have a whole new reason for singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game".