We deserved a world with Eddie Murray catching and Manny Ramirez playing third base. Everyone in the majors was a pitcher, shortstop, outfielder, or catcher when they were in high school. Give or take. If you’re playing first base in high school, that means you’re probably not as good of an athlete as the kids playing center, short, and catcher. Show More Summary
Manny Ramirez is chugging along for the Kochi Fighting Dogs in the The Shikoku Island League Plus baseball league for Japan, where (...)
Manny Ramirez is playing for the Kochi Fighting Dogs, and he can still take pitchers the opposite way. The last time we saw Manny Ramirez play in the majors was 2011, which seems impossible. He was just here, looking for the restroom,...Show More Summary
“Just like the ex-girlfriend who will never return!”
Manny recently doubled in a run for his new squad, an independent league team in Japan
This may be the best contract demand of all time.
Manny Ramirez is playing baseball again at the age of 44, and he’s got the most Manny Ramireziest contract of all time. In December, two years after serving as a player-coach for the Triple-A Iowa Cubs, Manny signed with a Japanese team called the Kochi Fighting Dogs of the independent Shikoku Island League. While we […]
Great MLB contracts earn players hundreds of million of dollars. But great Japanese independent league contracts? If your name’s Manny Ramirez, they’ll reportedly earn you all-you-can-eat sushi. Yes, unlimited sushi is apparently one of the several peculiar perks the Kochi Island Fighting Dogs is offering Ramirez, who signed with the team in December. The 44-year-old […]
Manny Ramirez is smarter than all of us. The former Red Sox slugger signed a new contract to play in Japan’s independent league and his list of demands includes the best contract incentive ever. Ramirez is getting his own personal car, which seems standard. Show More Summary
Manny Ramirez was recently introduced as a member of the Kochi Fighting Dogs
Oh, to have been a fly on the wall for the negotiations of Manny Ramirez’s new contract with the Japanese independent league Kochi Island Fighting Dogs, which reportedly grants optional practices, a chauffeured Mercedes, a private hotel suite for road games, a jersey that says “Manny” on the back, and, most… Read more...
A-Rod believes in The Kraken.
Ramirez has a complicated candidacy
Manny Ramirez, who is now 44 years old, clearly can’t quit baseball. Last I knew, Manny was some sort of “coach” for the Chicago Cubs and was riding the waves of his first year on the Hall of Fame ballot. Read more...
Manny Ramirez has agreed to terms with the Kochi Fighting Dogs of Japan’s independent Shikoku Island League.
Monday’s Say Hey, Baseball includes Manny Ramirez still playing baseball, Team USA in the WBC, and Hall of Famers at their worst. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. There are all kinds of stories, rumors, game coverage and Vines of dudes getting hit in the beans every day. Show More Summary
Mannywood might be retired forever, but Manny Ramirez is not. The talented and enigmatic slugger has reached an agreement to play for Japan’s Kochi Fighting Dogs, the team announced. Ramirez, on the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time this year, is expected to fall far short of election. As...
The slugger will be playing for Japan's Kochi Fighting Dogs of the Shikoku Island League
Manny Ramirez had the numbers and then some, but what about the scandals?