It's a sport, business and sometimes even religion
Woah!

Woah!

mlb:

This is Munenori Kawasaki’s first MLB start at third base. *Drops mic*
Tip of the Cap Play presented by New Era

He seems major league ready

mlb:

This is Munenori Kawasaki’s first MLB start at third base. *Drops mic*

Tip of the Cap Play presented by New Era

He seems major league ready

atlantabraves:

Just Andrelton being Andrelton!

I like how he makes that incredible play and then the ball pops out.

atlantabraves:

Just Andrelton being Andrelton!

I like how he makes that incredible play and then the ball pops out.

yankees:

Zelous Wheeler ate his Wheaties this morning. 

Damn that throw was on the money!

yankees:

Zelous Wheeler ate his Wheaties this morning. 

Damn that throw was on the money!

detroittigers:

Ian Kinsler showing off the range, glove and arm. We approve of all three.

Wow it looks like he barely held on to it as he transferred it to his hand.

detroittigers:

Ian Kinsler showing off the range, glove and arm. We approve of all three.

Wow it looks like he barely held on to it as he transferred it to his hand.

mlboffseason:

Yep, Nats logo beard.
(Care of @sbnation)

Now that is impressive

mlboffseason:

Yep, Nats logo beard.

(Care of @sbnation)

Now that is impressive

bigleaguestew:

Meet 105-year-old Agnes McKee, who is throwing out the first pitch at the San Diego Padres game Sunday. 
She says: “Take advantage of everything that comes along. Don’t pass up anything. Because life is too short.”

I bet she did better than 50

bigleaguestew:

Meet 105-year-old Agnes McKee, who is throwing out the first pitch at the San Diego Padres game Sunday. 

She says: “Take advantage of everything that comes along. Don’t pass up anything. Because life is too short.”

I bet she did better than 50

thisisfusion:

RIP Michael Jeter we loved you in Space Jam 

I really want to know where they got Michael from

bluecatsredsox:

mightyflynn:

Sound artist Chris Kallmyer is inspired by the rhythm of baseball, the mindful practice of playing catch, and the sounds of field maintenance. For his 2014 Open Field residency, he explores baseball on the domestic level—the way it ties generations, its unchanging presence in the American household for more than a century, and the way the game invites play on a warm summer night. Over a period of two weeks, Kallmyer will create a series of baseball-inspired scores that include mobile organ performances, daily groundskeeping of a baseline, and playing catch as a musical pursuit. 
Read the rest: "Chris Kallmeyer: Baseball Day to Day" (Walker Art Center, Minneapolis)
Kallmeyer’s residency concludes Thursday, July 17th with a public game of catch accompanied by Minnesota Twins organist Sue Nelson at 7pm. Bring your glove and participate in the art.
Photo via Walker Art Center

Baseball art in all art forms! Painting! Drawing! Photography! Sculpture! Installation! Video (need a better example for this medium… there has to be some out there)! Performance! And now: sound!

I approve of any and all kinds of baseball art.

bluecatsredsox:

mightyflynn:

Sound artist Chris Kallmyer is inspired by the rhythm of baseball, the mindful practice of playing catch, and the sounds of field maintenance. For his 2014 Open Field residency, he explores baseball on the domestic level—the way it ties generations, its unchanging presence in the American household for more than a century, and the way the game invites play on a warm summer night. Over a period of two weeks, Kallmyer will create a series of baseball-inspired scores that include mobile organ performances, daily groundskeeping of a baseline, and playing catch as a musical pursuit. 

Read the rest: "Chris Kallmeyer: Baseball Day to Day" (Walker Art Center, Minneapolis)

Kallmeyer’s residency concludes Thursday, July 17th with a public game of catch accompanied by Minnesota Twins organist Sue Nelson at 7pm. Bring your glove and participate in the art.

Photo via Walker Art Center

Baseball art in all art forms! Painting! Drawing! Photography! Sculpture! Installation! Video (need a better example for this medium… there has to be some out there)! Performance! And now: sound!

I approve of any and all kinds of baseball art.

throwtheknuckleball:

Prince Fielder’s high-impact landing. 
September 6, 2009- Following Fielder’s walk-off home run in the 12th.

An oldie but a goodie

throwtheknuckleball:

Prince Fielder’s high-impact landing. 

September 6, 2009- Following Fielder’s walk-off home run in the 12th.

An oldie but a goodie