1. sfgiants:

#MVPosey

    sfgiants:

    #MVPosey

    Reblogged from: sfgiants
  2. this-day-in-baseball:

September 17, 1984
On the seventeenth anniversary of his first major league home run, Reggie Jackson connects off Kansas City pitcher Bud Black in the bottom of the seventh inning for his 500th career homer. The milestone hit proves to be the only run the Angels would score in the Royals’ 10-1 victory.

    this-day-in-baseball:

    September 17, 1984
    On the seventeenth anniversary of his first major league home run, Reggie Jackson connects off Kansas City pitcher Bud Black in the bottom of the seventh inning for his 500th career homer. The milestone hit proves to be the only run the Angels would score in the Royals’ 10-1 victory.

    Reblogged from: this-day-in-baseball
  3. Baseball in September.

  4. Baseball in April.

  5. popculturebrain:

New Poster: ‘Interstellar' | Empire

    popculturebrain:

    New Poster: ‘Interstellar' | Empire

    Reblogged from: popculturebrain
  6. What’s not to love about this guy?

    What’s not to love about this guy?

  7. Reblogged from: bluejayhunter
  8. oldloves:

Kate Moss & Evan Dando, 1997

    oldloves:

    Kate Moss & Evan Dando, 1997

    Reblogged from: oldloves
  9. this-day-in-baseball:

August 31, 2005
On the third pitch he sees in the majors, Jeremy Hermida becomes only the second player to hit a grand slam in his first major-league at-bat. The Marlin rookie pinch-hitter joins Phillies pitcher Bill Duggleby, who accomplished the same feat in 1898.

    this-day-in-baseball:

    August 31, 2005
    On the third pitch he sees in the majors, Jeremy Hermida becomes only the second player to hit a grand slam in his first major-league at-bat. The Marlin rookie pinch-hitter joins Phillies pitcher Bill Duggleby, who accomplished the same feat in 1898.

    Reblogged from: this-day-in-baseball
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