The great intimidator wanted the edge every time---but you'd be amazed how infrequently he actually hit anyone.
So, apparently, thought Pirates pitcher Chris Archer after Derek Dietrich took him into the Allegheny.
Forty-five years ago tonight, Aaron demolished Babe Ruth's career home run record and the idiocies attached to his pursuit of it.
Stop saying Candlestick Park cost Willie Mays the chance to pass Babe Ruth first . . .
When you can't build a team yours and baseball's best player can be proud of, massacres like Thursday's happen.
Bryce Harper's first D.C. game as a Phillie was an event, all right. Just not the one the Nats had quite in mind . . .
You'd have loved to see if David Hess could have finished the no-hitter he took to the seventh. But . . .