Ooooh, this is gonna make Donald Trump so angry... which means it's a good thing!!
And boy, are they ever!!
We bet this new policy is going to get some mixed reviews!
On Tuesday, Major League Baseball announced it is banning the practice of hazing rookies by dressing them as women. The tradition has been going on for years — big time players like Bryce Harper and Mike Trout have reportedly participated.
As we previously reported, the ritual was recently blasted by an LGBT group for insinuating women are "less than" and "something to be mocked".
It looks like the organization took the criticism to heart.
According to the policy, athletes are prohibited from
So tragic, in so many ways — and a young man gone way too soon.
Yorman Landa, a 22-year-old pitcher in the Minnesota Twins' baseball organization, has died after an auto accident early Saturday morning in Venezuela, according to the team.
Landa (pictured above, pitching during spring training last March) had just been re-signed by the Twins last week after becoming a free agent last month during a flurry of roster moves; he began his career as a teenager in the Twins' organization way back in 2010.
There isn't much known about the accident itself, though reports hold that it occurred outside of Caracas, and that
So happy for this couple!!
Meghan King Edmonds and her husband Jim, a former MLB star, are the proud new parents of a baby girl after announcing Friday afternoon that they welcomed their first child together on Thanksgiving Day!
The 32-year-old Real Housewives of Orange County star and new momma sounds over the moon about the new baby, which is her first — and Jim Edmonds' fifth, but first in this relationship.
She showed off the news in a post on Instagram (below):
Remind us to NEVER screw over Kate Upton or her man Justin Verlander!
On Wednesday, the Sports Illustrated vet's man received some bad news when the Detroit Tigers pitcher learned he had NOT won the MLB's Cy Young Award — despite getting more first-place votes than recipient and Boston Red Sox pitcher Rick Porcello. Clearly, this infuriated the 24-year-old as she took to Twitter to SLAM the baseball organization about the decision.
The blonde stunner posted:
How do we know this? Well several of our favorite celebs took to Twitter and Instagram to praise the MLB team following their game 7 win — including Amy Schumer, Michelle Obama, Seth Rogen, Hillary Clinton, and more!
Now many of these stars might've been inspired to send love the Chicago-based team's way because this World Series win marks the end of their 108 year "curse". Fierce.
Be sure to ch-ch-check out all of the best celebrity reactions to game 7 for yourself (below)! You won't regret it.