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Base-Ball. On Ice.

“Games, you remember, go by a kind of immutable rotation – as much a law of childhood as gravitation of the universe. Marbles belong to spring, to the first weeks after the frost is out of the ground. 422 more words


Baseball 365 - January 19th in History

Birth Announcements:

(1888) Chick Gandil

Member of the Black Sox – career ended in infamy.

(1903) Merle (Lefty) Settlemire

(1935) Fred (Squeaky) Valentine

Fred Valentine was an outfielder with Baltimore and Washington in the 1960s – had a decent season in 1966, batting .276 with some power and 22 stolen bases, but didn’t maintain that level of production and disappeared after 1968.  1,000 more words

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"Holy smokes!" Lena Dunbar's 1871 Boston Red Stockings card collection, one of Antique Roadshows most valued appraisals

Fox Sports: If you’ve ever been into baseball cards, you have a dream that one day your collection will be worth some money.

One woman is currently living that dream, although she wasn’t a collector herself. 32 more words


As Seen On MLB.com: Legendary status for Trout after 3 seasons

Below is a story that ran on MLB.com today about Mike Trout’s production in his first 3 years, and how it stacks up against some of the game’s all-time greats. 877 more words


The 2015 Hall of Fame Class

The results are in on 2015 voting for the Hall of Fame, and there weren’t really a whole lot of surprises.  At least, the biggest surprise in my mind is that… 699 more words

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Baseball Immortality: Time to Induct Fred McGriff

In the year of 2000, the, “rap” (per say) group, Baha Men, released a track that corresponded with their new album title, “Who Let the Dogs Out”.  767 more words

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