Earl Weaver

Breaking News about Earl Weaver:

By The Numbers: Why Do Hitters Continue To Try To Beat The Shift?

Aug 27 2014 12:16pm CDT | Source: CBS New York

By Father Gabe Costa » More Columns Ted Williams often said that the hardest individual act in sports was to hit a baseball. If you are a major-league player and you hit safely three times out of ten at-bats, you are considered a very good hitter. You will undoubtedly make a lot of money for being successful 30 percent of the time. This is such a difficult feat that many Hall of Famers such as Mickey Mantle, Duke Snider, Yogi Berra, Roy Campanella and Carl Yastrzemski — just to ...
Full article at: CBS New York
 

 

Latest stories

Adam Levine turns stalker for new video
Los Angeles, Oct 1 (IANS) Singer Adam Levine of band Maroon 5 is seen stalking a girl in the music video for their latest single "Animals". | by IANS
 
Tracy Morgan hits back at Walmart
Tracy Morgan hits back at Walmart
Tracy Morgan has hit back at Walmart for suggesting he wasn't wearing a seatbelt when one of the retail giant's truck drivers smashed into the vehicle in which he was traveling in with friends in New Jersey in June. | by Bang Showbiz
 
Drake pokes fun at split from Rihanna
Drake pokes fun at split from Rihanna
Drake joked that he could have made thinks work with Rihanna if he was a better dancer while performing in Woodlands, Texas over the weekend. | by Bang Showbiz
 
 


 

Latest from the Network

Jeremy Renner and Matt Damon could appear together in Bourne movie
Jeremy Renner says there are plans for him and Matt Damon to appear together in a Bourne film. In September, a report suggested Damon and director Paul Greengrass would reunite for their third Bourne film together - but...
Read more on Movie Balla
 
Anti-IS motion submitted to Turkish parliament
Ankara, Oct 1 (IANS) The Turkish government has submitted a motion to parliament to extend the scope of potential action against the Islamic State (IS). Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc Tuesday said the parliament...
Read more on Politics Balla
 
5 Things You Need To Know About Apple Pay
The iPhone 6 and Apple Watch announcements might have gotten the most press after the September 9 event from the Cupertino company, but Apple Pay is certainly something that is worth keeping an eye on and there are five...
Read more on Apple Balla
 
New Reports Say Apple Watch Entering Production In January
Millions of people are anxiously awaiting the release of the Apple Watch, which promises to change the way the public at large views wearable technology after the failure of devices like Google Glass. Where many other...
Read more on Apple Balla
 
The iPhone 6 Is Coming To China
The iPhone 6 launch was the biggest that the company has ever had, selling 10 million units in the first weekend alone. There was one country missing out, though, and that was China, who is one of the largest markets in...
Read more on Apple Balla
 
Will Europe Welcome Apple Pay?
Apple has a lot on the plate for the next year, especially after the big announcements that took place earlier in September. One of the most interesting of the announcements was that they were going to release their own...
Read more on Apple Balla
 
Is The iWatch Getting A Release Date?
The Apple Watch might have finally been officially announced on September 9, but that doesn’t mean Apple is letting loose what the eventual release date is going to be. New reports say that it might not be coming as...
Read more on Apple Balla
 
Will Paypal Play Nice With Apple Pay?
Apple’s September announcement event brought several brand new products, but the Apple Pay system is perhaps the most interesting given the effect that it could have on the retail experience of millions of users. It...
Read more on Apple Balla
 
Chinese ship capsizes near Japan
Osaka, Oct 1 (IANS) A Chinese ship has capsized near Japan, the Chinese consulate general said here Wednesday. Official said five crew members of the ship LURONGYU2859 were rescued, while some nine were still missing...
Read more on Politics Balla
 
Modi makes a 'hugely successful journey' to America
Washington, Oct 1 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrapped up what he himself called a "hugely successful journey" to the US, winning over everyone, from President Barack Obama down, hardselling India to big...
Read more on Politics Balla