- 2/23 - 1:05 PM ESTRays0 - 0OriolesEd Smith Stadium
- 2/23 - 1:05 PM ESTTwins0 - 0RedSoxJetBlue Park at Fenway South
- 2/23 - 1:05 PM ESTTigers0 - 0YankeesGeorge M. Steinbrenner Field
- 2/23 - 1:05 PM ESTNationals0 - 0AstrosThe Ballpark of the Palm Beaches
- 2/23 - 1:05 PM ESTCardinals0 - 0MarlinsRoger Dean Stadium
- 2/23 - 1:05 PM ESTPirates0 - 0RaysCharlotte Sports Park
- 2/23 - 1:07 PM ESTPhillies0 - 0BlueJaysFlorida Auto Exchange Stadium
- 2/23 - 1:10 PM ESTBraves0 - 0MetsFirst Data Field
- 2/23 - 3:05 PM ESTReds0 - 0IndiansGoodyear Ballpark
- 2/23 - 3:05 PM ESTCubs0 - 0BrewersMaryvale Baseball Park
- 2/23 - 3:05 PM ESTAngels0 - 0AthleticsHohokam Stadium
- 2/23 - 3:05 PM ESTWhiteSox0 - 0DodgersCamelback Ranch
- 2/23 - 3:05 PM ESTBrewers0 - 0GiantsScottsdale Stadium
- 2/23 - 3:10 PM ESTMariners0 - 0PadresPeoria Stadium
- 2/23 - 3:10 PM ESTDbacks0 - 0RockiesSalt River Fields at Talking Stick
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8/28/90: Frank Thomas hit his first career MLB home run. #TurnBacktheSox
I always heard him regarded as the hitter that 'when he comes to the plate everybody stops what they're doing, eating, talking, bowling, shooting pool, everything, just to watch him hit'. Truly a monster.
I just always remember how big he looked standing in the box or at first base. The reason he looked big... he was one big dude. The guy could flat out hit.
i remember when he was winning mvp’s, meanwhile mariotti et al were doing all they could to turn the public against him. he was never appreciated like he should have been. which is ridiculous, cuz he’s a really nice guy.
Our 50 Years of Oakland A's Baseball book is here and ready! Get ready for the next 50+ years by celebrating our rich history today!
Give the gift of White Sox baseball this holiday season!
Holiday Packs include ticket vouchers redeemable for 66 games in 2018 and a commemorative White Sox nutcracker ornament.
Treat the Dodger fan in your life to a 2018 Mini Plan this Saturday at our Top of the Park Holiday Event at Dodger Stadium!
In his first at-bat of the 1993 season, Bo Jackson did something remarkable. #TurnBacktheSox
A look at Davis’ most recognizable calls and his journey to the Dodger broadcast booth