Jerry Reuss said were it not for an umpire’s odd call, the home run Hank Aaron hit off him in 1973 would have been No. 714, making Reuss a footnote in baseball history.
Longtime Las Vegan George Kunz fondly recalls signing autographs with Hank Aaron during college all-star football game promotion at old Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium.
Hank Aaron, who endured racist threats with stoic dignity during his pursuit of Babe Ruth’s home run record and gracefully left his mark as one of baseball’s greatest all-around players, died Friday. He was 86.
When Oscar and Carolyn Goodman were invited to the 1980 World Series, they were given the royal, and Royal, treatment. They also carted a Dodger legend to his hotel.
The close relationship between former Dodgers pitcher Jerry Reuss and late manager Tommy Lasorda was illustrated in an iconic whirlpool bath photo.
The Dodgers say Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda, who guided Los Angeles to two World Series championships, has died.
The Alternative Baseball Organization, a league for those with autism or special needs, plans to begin play in Las Vegas in the late spring or early summer.
He won 318 games over his 24-year career, which ended in 1987 at age 48 after he made one final start with the Braves.
Former Aviators outfielder Skye Bolt is using money generated through a social media video application to support a boys ranch near his Georgia hometown.
The Aviators will remain the Oakland Athletics’ Triple-A affiliate in the 2021 season under the new minor-league baseball structure.
Kim Ng became the highest-ranking woman in baseball operations in the major leagues when she was hired Friday as general manager of the Miami Marlins.
Bill Madlock, Duke Sims and Jerry Reuss dispute Blake Snell being removed in the sixth inning after 73 pitches and agree that analytics have overtaken common sense.
The Dodgers posted the best record in the majors during this pandemic-shortened season, then rallied in the final game to claim a most elusive crown.
Brett Phillips squatted on the field crying, and Randy Arozarena was on the ground slapping his hands on home plate. It was a crucial, wild win for the scrappy Tampa Bay Rays.
Walker Buehler struck out 10 over six innings in a pulsating performance, and Los Angeles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2 on Friday night for a 2-1 World Series lead.