Monday, November 23, 2020

Cutler prepares will, says last good-byes before game with the Giants

Jay Cutler doesn't really recall much about the last time the Bears played the Giants. The only thing he can remember is that was pummeled by someone on every other play and that he thought he was someone else for five minutes after being taken out of the game.

In lieu of building better team, Houston erects more hills in outfield

The Astros have hired mini-golf course/laser-tag arena designer Skip Humburger to turn the already-treacherous Minute Maid Park outfield into something that looks even more like a tourist attraction.

The Heckler’s On Deck

The Heckler predicts what will happen in the world of sports this month.

Interview: Gary ‘Sarge” Matthews

Gary Matthews came to the Cubs in a trade before the 1984 season. His addition to the club was one of the main reasons the team made it to the postseason for the first time since 1945. Matthews, a natural born leader, showed the team how to win. An aggressive hitter with a keen eye, Matthews knew when to attack and when to take a pitch. As the Cubs’ batting coach, he has a lot of wisdom to impart to his pupils. Whether they listen or not is another matter.

MLB cancels one of Hernandez’s HRs because it came off Rondon

"After reviewing all three of Hernandez's home runs, we determined that one was invalid because it was hit off Hector Rondon, who got smoked all series long," said MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred. "The way Rondon pitched doesn't warrant that home run to count."

MLB implements “Full Game Rule” requiring each pitcher to log at least 9 full...

In an effort to speed up the game, MLB officials have shaken things up by implementing a new rule where each pitcher has to throw for at least nine full innings.

Wellness Check: Brett Taylor from Bleacher Nation

Today’s Wellness Check guest is Brett Taylor, who founded Bleacher Nation and has been doing it full-time for roughly a decade. Listen here!