Magnum P.I. cosplayers on a bachelor party got ejected from the Tigers stadium for smoking and catcalling, one of them says.
With his chances of returning in 2018 essentially slim and none, a long goodbye to Toronto slugger Jose Bautista kicked off Tuesday night as the Blue Jays began their final homestand of the season. The six-time all-star was given a warm ovation before his opening at-bat at Rogers Centre against the Kansas City Royals. The buildup will likely only increase ahead of Sunday's home finale against New York. "I know he's probably feeling it inside," Toronto manager John Gibbons said before the game. "I don't know if you'd see it outwardly but you might.
Through two weeks, nothing is certain and nobody is sure what is causing numbers to land where they are. And through two weeks there has been a perpetual argument over why the TV results are up and down.
The Golden State Warriors star apologized for throwing his former Oklahoma City Thunder coach and teammates under the bus.