As far back as you can remember, Major League Baseball’s Opening Day comes with pomp, pageantry, good food, excitement, and a whole lot of fun for the family. Cincinnati, home to the very first professional baseball team, will once again hold the annual Findlay Market Parade, making it official to the whole world that baseball has returned. In Cincinnati it is a holiday for one and all, where citizens stop everything to go out and cheer loud and proud for the hometown Reds.
Braves, Marlins Set to Play July 3 Game at Ft. Bragg By Burt Carey Major League Baseball’s Florida Marlins and Atlanta Braves will mark Independence Day this year by playing their regular-season game on July 3 in a new 12,500-seat ballpark at Ft. Bragg, N.C. The game will serve as MLB’s salute to all […]
Mets Add Juan Uribe to World Series Roster By Burt Carey The New York Mets added veteran journeyman utility infielder Juan Uribe to their roster for Game 1 of the World Series matchup against the Kansas City Royals. “I can walk through the locker room, I can’t find anybody that’s got two World Series […]