Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, More Players Printed on Beer at Yankee Stadium

Blue Point Brewing Company is offering thirsty New York Yankees fans a new way to appreciate beer at the ballpark: It is literally printing the faces of players like Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, Aroldis Chapman and Gary Sanchez on the beer it serves at Yankee Stadium.

Jeff Eisenband of The Post Game shared images of the unique endeavor:

The brewery isn't stopping at players' faces:

Why stop at current players? If ever there was a baseball player in the history of the game who deserves to be printed on a beer, it is Babe Ruth, known for both his extravagant power at the plate and his impressive appetite for hot dogs and beer.

Get on it, Blue Point.

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Ex-MLB Pitcher Greg Reynolds Awarded $2.4M After Punching Attacker on LSD

Former MLB pitcher Greg Reynolds was awarded $2.3 million in his civil case against a man he punched in self-defense in 2016 and the neighbor who was hosting the man, according to John Woolfolk of the Mercury News

Per that report, "Reynolds said his pitching hand was never the same after he punched a raving naked man on LSD who attacked him and tried to break into his Half Moon Bay home."

             

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Ex-MLB Pitcher Greg Reynolds Awarded $2.4M After Punching Attacker on LSD

Former MLB pitcher Greg Reynolds was awarded $2.3 million in his civil case against a man he punched in self-defense in 2016 and the neighbor who was hosting the man, according to John Woolfolk of the Mercury News

Per that report, "Reynolds said his pitching hand was never the same after he punched a raving naked man on LSD who attacked him and tried to break into his Half Moon Bay home."

             

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Ex-MLB Pitcher Greg Reynolds Awarded $2.4M After Punching Attacker on LSD

Former MLB pitcher Greg Reynolds was awarded $2.3 million in his civil case against a man he punched in self-defense in 2016 and the neighbor who was hosting the man, according to John Woolfolk of the Mercury News

Per that report, "Reynolds said his pitching hand was never the same after he punched a raving naked man on LSD who attacked him and tried to break into his Half Moon Bay home."

             

This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available.

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Manny Machado Cut Pizza, Chicken Nuggets Out of His Diet to Reduce Body Fat

Baltimore Orioles star Manny Machado is making the transition from third base back to shortstop this year. In preparation for the move, he adjusted his workout schedule and diet in the offseason.

As he told Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com, that meant giving up two of his favorite foods:

"I love pizza and McDonald's. Chicken nuggets and a large fries—that's my thing. For a while I would drive past a McDonald's and I'd want to stop. But once you change your eating habits and put the right things in your body, you don't even crave it anymore.

"Are you going to put cheap gas in your Lamborghini? I feel like I'm a Rolls-Royce or a Lamborghini—whichever one. It doesn't matter. It's an expensive car, and you're not going to put something cheap in there. Once you put the good stuff in there, you can't go back."

Machado is set to hit free agency after the 2018 season, where he'll be one of the most prized options on the market, along with Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper and Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw (if Kershaw opts out of his current contract).

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Milwaukee Brewers Players Re-Enact Favorite Scene from ‘The Sandlot’

The Milwaukee Brewers paid tribute to The Sandlot, which was released 25 years ago and remains a classic baseball story, with a re-enactment of one of the most famous scenes from the film:

Let's be honest here: The absolute best part of this, outside of the acting, is the reveal of Beast. 

Cespedes Family BBQ offered a few more takes: 

The team also shared a picture on Instagram of the players in costume:

If you didn't enjoy this, well, you might just be an L7 weenie. 

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Houston Astros Visit President Donald Trump at White House

The Houston Astros visited the White House and President Donald Trump on Monday to celebrate their 2017 World Series victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers

"This is a hell of a team," Trump said during his comments, per Daniel Gotera of KHOU-TV.

"The Astros victory for the ages was truly a team effort," he added, per Fox News.

He also praised manager A.J. Hinch.

"You've become very famous," he said, per Gotera. "You did a great job of skippering."

Trump also praised the Astros for persevering in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, calling their title "a befitting tribute... really a show of world spirit and 'Houston Strong,'" per ABC News.

Two of the lighter moments in the ceremony came when Trump was discussing Justin Verlander's golf game and Hinch noted the team abstained from gifting Trump with a Speedo, per David Nakamura of the Washington Post

That was in reference to Josh Reddick, who celebrated the team's ALDS victory over the Boston Red Sox by donning an American flag Speedo.

The Astros posted the full ceremony on their Twitter account:

The entire team wasn't in attendance, however. Three Astros players skipped the ceremony: Superstar Carlos Correa, retired outfielder Carlos Beltran and pitcher Francis Martes, according to Matt Young of the Houston Chronicle

Both Correa and Beltran are from Puerto Rico, and while Beltran maintained in the past he wasn't skipping the event due to President Trump, he has said he's been disappointed with the White House's response—or lack thereof—to the devastating hurricane that ravaged Puerto Rico in 2017.

"We're very disappointed in the government that we haven’t gotten the same benefits," he said in February, per Wallace Matthews of the New York Times. "Being a part of the United States, you expect at least to be treated the same way when tragedies like this happen."

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