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Well, it looks like the Baseball Writers Association of America can go home. Google has already given Mike Trout the 2014 AL MVP award.
The funny glitch shows up when a user types "2014 AL MVP" or "AL MVP winners" into Google's search bar.
GOOGLE KNOWS EVERYTHING. ALL HAIL MIKE TROUT, 2014 AL MVP pic.twitter.com/fAl9WZgrQO— Alex Dacome (@EssentialDacome) August 13, 2014
Of course,...Read more »
Spelling is important, kids.
The Colorado Rockies found that out the hard way on Saturday during a promotional giveaway involving 15,000 Troy Tulowitzki shirseys.
The shortstop's last name was incorrectly spelled "Tulowizki" on the shirseys.
Tulowitzki has spent all nine years of his MLB career with the Rockies. The four-time All-Star currently is on the disabled list with a left...Read more »
If baseball doesn't work out for Mark Teixeira, perhaps he can pursue a career in comedy.
Teixeira took time during spring training to star in a fake talk show called "Foul Territory with Mark Teixeira."
The Yankees first baseman puts on a Will Ferrell-esque performance -- he asks Brian McCann who his favorite switch-hitting first baseman from the 2007-2008 Braves was and asks YES Network...Read more »
This just in -- Yasiel Puig is good at baseball.
The Dodgers rightfielder made a highlight-reel catch on a fly ball hit by Wilmer Flores of the Mets in the bottom of the second inning on Thursday night at Citi Field.
Flores put the ball between Puig and Matt Kemp in right-centerfield, and it appeared to be a sure double off the bat. But Puig seemingly came out of nowhere to make the...Read more »
There have been a bunch of firsts this season thanks to the new replay system. Add another first to the list: MLB's first win by walk-off review.
Pirates outfielder Starling Marte hit a triple in the bottom of the ninth inning against the Giants Tuesday night with the score tied at 1, then advanced home on an error by Giants second baseman Ehrie Adrianza, who skipped the ball past third baseman...Read more »