On Derek Jeter Day in New York yesterday, Alex Bregman of the Houston Astros hit his first career grand slam in front of his childhood idol.
It’ll be a fitting tribute today to the longtime New York Yankees shortstop who was the face of the organization for two decades.
Here’s a sweet article highlighting star athletes like Washington Nationals’ outfielder Bryce Harper writing letters to their moms for Mother’s Day this Sunday.
At the beginning of the season, we asked if New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey, aka the Dark Knight, will rise.
For a player of his size, Miguel Sano of the Minnesota Twins was expected to hit homeruns. But could he do more?
Maybe there is something to the fact that the list of accomplishments by a stud player will never be complete without a championship ring/trophy/title. And perhaps that does cap the value of said player’s rookie card.
Articles like the one on Fox Business asking whether Aaron Judge is the next Jeter are probably a little too optimistic.