We watch sports, and some times, the things we see can get to us. Donovan McNabb, Petros Papadakis and Metta World Peace shout out topics they're burning on.
Japan's national team. The announcement was made Thursday by Major League Baseball and the players' union. Baltimore's Adam Jones and the Dodgers' Yasiel Puig also will play in the Nov. 11-20 series. Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington
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Yasiel Puig gets in on the soccer action by juggling a baseball before the game.
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game-changer on the level of countrymen Jose Abreu, Yasiel Puig or Yoenis Cespedes. On paper, Castillo looked like ..... He was left off the Cuban roster for the 2013 World Baseball Classic, even though he had replaced Cespedes as the
FOX Sports MLB insider Jon Paul Morosi asks Yasiel Puig to reflect on his triumphant first year in MLB.