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26

Feb

Milwaukee Brewers adopt stray dog as spring training mascotThe homeless pup stole players’ hearts, so they took him in and named him after baseball legend Hank Aaron.

Milwaukee Brewers adopt stray dog as spring training mascot
The homeless pup stole players’ hearts, so they took him in and named him after baseball legend Hank Aaron.

13

Jun

Robot helps sick boy throw pitch for MLB gameGoogle FIber employed telerobotics to help the young baseball fan join the game from 1,800 miles away.

Robot helps sick boy throw pitch for MLB game
Google FIber employed telerobotics to help the young baseball fan join the game from 1,800 miles away.

09

May

Valley Fever throws baseball a curve ball
In severe cases Valley Fever can cause chronic pneumonia and infections in bones and joints, never a good thing for athletes.

Valley Fever throws baseball a curve ball

In severe cases Valley Fever can cause chronic pneumonia and infections in bones and joints, never a good thing for athletes.

06

Jan


 ‘Field of Dreams’ to become youth sports facility 



193-acre farm made famous by the 1989 baseball film will become a sprawling complex built specifically for youth sports.
193-acre farm made famous by the 1989 baseball film will become a sprawling complex built specifically for youth sports.

16

Nov

Mark Buehrle can’t bring pit bull to OntarioThe Miami Marlins pitcher was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays, but pit bulls are a banned breed in Ontario.

Mark Buehrle can’t bring pit bull to Ontario
The Miami Marlins pitcher was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays, but pit bulls are a banned breed in Ontario.

26

Jun

Baseball team adopts blind dogAn abused puppy gets a second chance at life as the Albuquerque Isotopes’ new team mascot.

Baseball team adopts blind dog
An abused puppy gets a second chance at life as the Albuquerque Isotopes’ new team mascot.

16

Apr

7 strangely superstitious baseball playersFrom fortunate facial hair to lucky licorice, these 7 athletes brought strange habits and bizarre rituals to America’s favorite pastime. (This guy peed on his hands.)

7 strangely superstitious baseball players
From fortunate facial hair to lucky licorice, these 7 athletes brought strange habits and bizarre rituals to America’s favorite pastime. (This guy peed on his hands.)

05

Apr

Fish abuse? Aquariums inside new Marlins’ baseball stadium raise eyebrowsThe glass used for the case can withstand baseballs from a pitching machine, and the aquariums have shock absorbers for fans jumping and screaming.

Fish abuse? Aquariums inside new Marlins’ baseball stadium raise eyebrows
The glass used for the case can withstand baseballs from a pitching machine, and the aquariums have shock absorbers for fans jumping and screaming.

18

Mar

Fish abuse? Aquariums inside new Marlins’ baseball stadium raise eyebrowsThe glass used for the case can withstand baseballs from a pitching machine, and the aquariums have shock absorbers for fans jumping and screaming.

Fish abuse? Aquariums inside new Marlins’ baseball stadium raise eyebrows
The glass used for the case can withstand baseballs from a pitching machine, and the aquariums have shock absorbers for fans jumping and screaming.

05

Aug

Which MLB stadium is the most vegetarian-friendly?If you’re looking for a tofu dog, veggie burger, or some other delicious meatless goodie to compliment a day of major league baseball, you can’t do much better than a trip to the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park.
PETA’s top 10 Veg-friendly stadiums1. San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park2. Philadelphia Phillies’ Citizens Bank Park3. Detroit Tigers’ Comerica Park4. Atlanta Braves’ Turner Field5. Colorado Rockies’ Coors Field6. Oakland Athletics’ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum7. San Diego Padres’ PETCO Park8. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim’s Angel Stadium9. Houston Astros’ Minute Maid Park10. Milwaukee Brewers’ Miller Park

Which MLB stadium is the most vegetarian-friendly?
If you’re looking for a tofu dog, veggie burger, or some other delicious meatless goodie to compliment a day of major league baseball, you can’t do much better than a trip to the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park.

PETA’s top 10 Veg-friendly stadiums
1. San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park
2. Philadelphia Phillies’ Citizens Bank Park
3. Detroit Tigers’ Comerica Park
4. Atlanta Braves’ Turner Field
5. Colorado Rockies’ Coors Field
6. Oakland Athletics’ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
7. San Diego Padres’ PETCO Park
8. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim’s Angel Stadium
9. Houston Astros’ Minute Maid Park
10. Milwaukee Brewers’ Miller Park