The biggest home run day of the year so far, with 40 balls leaving the yard around the league. It wasn’t just quantity that made Sunday a great trot day, however, with Miguel Cabrera, Billy Hamilton and others giving us some very memorable tater trots. Let’s get to those trots! Home Run of the Day: […]
Well, David Ortiz didn’t set any records today, so in one respect the day was a loss. Still, there were 25 home runs hit around the league on the season’s first Saturday, including one big leaguer who slugged his first career home run, so we can’t complain too much. Let’s get right to the trots! […]
You know how most Red Sox-Yankees games seem interminable these days? Well, last night’s game between the longtime rivals in the Bronx made that almost literally true, as it took nearly seven hours and 19 innings to complete. But, thanks to David Ortiz, we can’t complain! Let’s get right to the (one really long) trot! […]
The Dodgers – and Adrian Gonzalez – didn’t play on Thursday, so you can be forgiven for thinking that maybe the Tater Trot Tracker took the day off. But never worry. Alex Rodriguez to the rescue! Let’s get to the trots.
It’s Adrian Gonzalez’s world and we’re just living in it. Let’s get right to those A-Gon trots! Home Run of the Day: Adrian Gonzalez #3, Los Angeles Dodgers – 25.05 seconds [video] Gonzalez was hot enough entering last night’s game, having cranked out a home run in each of the first two games of the […]
Opening Night turned out a bit differently than Opening Day. The 29 home runs on Opening Day was the most we had seen since 2011, but that number dropped down to only nine home runs last night. And four of those were hit in the Giants/Diamondbacks game alone! Few home runs or not, let’s get […]
This is an on-going list of 2015’s slowest and quickest tater trots. To see daily updates about each and every home run, visit the Tater Trot Tracker. You can also follow the
Welcome to the 2015 season! It was snowing or sleeting or something here in Vermont yesterday morning, but thankfully things were a bit different around the rest of the country. With 28 teams suiting up in 14 games yesterday, there was a lot to be thankful for in the baseball world. Well, unless you’re a […]