Found May 24, 2013 on
The Fantasy Fix:
Host Brett Talley (@TheRealTAL) is joined by fellow Fix writer, Chris Garosi (@chrisgarosi). Chris and Brett discuss hot and slow starts both on the mound and at the dish. They touch on guys like Nate McLouth, Everth Cabrera, Matt Kemp, Yoenis Cespedes, Patrick Corbin, Clay Buchholz and many, many more. Give it a listen!
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
In Thursday night's Orioles-Blue Jays game at Rogers Centre, Baltimore left fielder Nate McLouth experienced a trifecta of wackiness in the bottom of the sixth inning. Toronto center fielder Colby Rasmus hit a fly ball down the left field line that McLouth got a beat on and grabbed while running. Without time to stop his momentum, McLouth fell into the stands up the left field...
It may have been an accident, but Matt Kemp didn't do a whole lot to endear himself to home plate umpire Wally Bell on May 21.
Video: Matt Kemp rocks home plate umpire Wally Bell’s face mask
The post Matt Kemp rocks umpire Wally Bell’s face mask with a foul appeared first on Players View.
A classless fan at Thursday night's Toronto Blue Jays game threw a bottle of beer from one of the upper decks at the Rogers Centre onto the field, narrowly missing Baltimore Orioles left fielder Nate McLouth.
McLouth had just caught a fly ball at the warning track and was about to throw the ball back in when the bottle landed on the field no more than 3 feet from him. McLouth...
Enjoy the adventures of Baltimore left fielder Nate McLouth.
In the bottom of the sixth inning, McLouth chased down a fly ball towards the left-field foul line off the bat of Cobly Rasmus. McLouth caught the ball, but his momentum carried him into the stands.
After disappearing into the (not-so filled) seats, an uninjured McLouth stood up and showed umpire Manny Gonzalez that the...
Your browser does not support iframes.
Baltimore Orioles outfielder Nate McLouth made an outstanding catch in the six inning of a game in Toronto against the Blue Jays on Thursday night. McLouth ran full speed to snag a ball that was heading for foul territory before his momentum sent him crashing into the stands. It’s what came after that spoiled a great moment.
As McLouth made...
Your browser does not support iframes.Playing on the road isn't easy.Different cities, different clubhouses, and opposing fans all factor into the equation. And for Baltimore Orioles outfielder Nate McLouth, so does getting doused with beer after making a fine catch.As you can see in the video, McLouth made a terrific grab during the sixth inning of Thursday's Orioles-Blue...
Tweet Los Angeles Dodgers star Matt Kemp pledged to donate $1000 to the victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes for every home run he hit until the All-Star break following Monday night’s Dodger game. An Oklahoma City native, Kemp has now scratched that idea and will donate a $250,000 straight up to the victims of the [...]
For better or for worse, the Dodgers offense has basically followed Matt Kemp’s lead since 2010. Following a breakout 2009 and the departure of Manny Ramirez, Kemp slumped miserably in 2010 and the team’s offense followed suit. He then single-handedly buoyed a terrible lineup in 2011, and he was well on his way towards doing the same in 2012 before injuries struck.
After his first donation pledge went terribly awry, Dodgers star Matt Kemp has decided to increase his donation to $250,000.
Now that the dust has settled from the controversy that hovered around his first donation pledge of giving $1,000 for every home run hit until All Star Break, Kemp has tackled the situation the right way.
Kemp issued this statement:
“Dear Families of OKC...
You stay classy Toronto Blue Jays fan.
There are lots of excuses for bad fan behavior, but not much for this.
Watch the video below. Baltimore Orioles Leftfielder Nate McLouth makes a fantastic running catch on a foul ball, falling into the stands.
McLouth gets up, ready to throw ball back to the infield when a beer comes flying from the stands behind...
Tweet While Los Angeles Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp is among the better players in Major League Baseball on the field, he’s also one of the best away from it. In the wake of the deadly tornadoes that recently hit Oklahoma Kemp offered his support to help those who were affected and assist in [...]
Wednesday, Xavier right fielder Mitch Elliott ran down a long fly ball and then slammed over the fence into the bullpen. Last night? Orioles left fielder Nate McLouth robbed Toronto's Colby Rasmus by...
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
Photo Credit: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times
Matt Kemp’s power outage is very real. His batted ball distance on homers and fly balls this year averages 269.79 feet, last year he lead the league with a 313 foot average distance. MLB average is 275-280 feet. The offseason shoulder surgery is the obvious culprit.
The Dodgers likely wouldn’t risk long-term injury by having him play...
PHOENIX (AP) -- Everth Cabrera matched his career high with four RBIs, two coming on his second home run in two nights, and the Padres beat the Diamondbacks 10-4 on Saturday night.
Cabrera fell a triple shy of the cycle, with a single in the first and a two-run double to cap the Padres' five-run fourth.
Andrew Cashner (4-2) got the victory, giving up four runs on nine hits...