A Brief History of the 'Beer Snake'
As they return to stadiums, fans are back to stacking empty cups into huge towers. Where did they come from?
Everyone in Chicago Seems to Really Hate These Deep-Dish Pizza Baseball Caps
"WE DONT FUCK WITH DEEP DISH UNLESS WE'RE CELEBRATING SOMETHING."
There's So Much to Love About MLB's Wild-Card Game
Baseball's chaotic win-or-go-home playoff game may not be fair but it rarely disappoints. Embrace it.
Rat Jumps Over Wall at Wrigley Field and the Crowd Goes Wild
The real MVP of that Cubs game.
Organist Trolls Daniel Murphy with Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" for Homophobic Comments
Daniel Murphy has a history of homophobic remarks which resurfaced after his trade to the Chicago Cubs and the notorious Atlanta Braves organist let him have it during his walk-up songs last night.
If There's One Time You Can Bat Flip, It's a Walk-Off Grand Slam
You should always be allowed to bat flip, but David Bote's walk-off grand slam is a no-doubter.
Javier Baez Is the Perfect Baseball Player for Our Time
Baez is what MLB needs in the social media age. He's stylish, passionate, highly GIFable, and now the Cubs' high-energy second baseman has the numbers to make him a true star.
On Yu Darvish, and Scapegoating
Baseball history is littered with scapegoats who "lost" a game for their team, eliciting feelings of betrayal from fans. But it's never that simple.
Cardinals Buy Bulletproof Cups After Yadier Molina Took Pitch to the Balls
The St. Louis Cardinals catcher is set to be out for a month after receiving surgery. In the meantime, his co-catchers are getting their own ballistics-tested cups.
Braves Organist Trolls Bryce Harper with 'Go Cubs Go,' 'New York, New York'
The SunTrust Park organist Matthew Kaminski is pulling some pro-level trolls on the Washington Nationals right fielder.
Chicago Cubs CF Ian Happ Homers on First Pitch of 2018 MLB Season
The Miami Marlins stink, sure, but who knew they'd open the season like this?
We Were One Home Run Away from Angry Joe Maddon Streaking Wrigley Field
Umpires reversed a strikeout in the eighth inning of Game 4 between the Dodgers and the Cubs, claiming Curtis Granderson fouled the ball off when he didn't. And then Maddon got ejected.