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The Duck had all the Luck

Hey baseball fans!

Today is Hall of Famer Joe Medwick‘s birthday! To celebrate, I’m going to blog about him.

Joe “Ducky” Medwick played for the Cardinals, Dodgers, Giants, and Braves from 1932-1948. 218 more words

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My Interview with Yankees Radio Color Commentator Suzyn Waldman!!

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I recently had the chance to interview Yankees radio color commentator, Suzyn Waldman! I actually got to interview her live with my recorder, but before I give you the link to the interview on my YouTube channel, here’s a quick bio on Waldman. 200 more words

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15 World Series Fun Facts

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Think fast! Here’s 15 fun facts about the World Series!

1. Out of the 110 World Series that have been played, 63 of them have been won by American League teams and 47 by National League teams. 508 more words

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The Quality of Postseason Play

Summary: I look at averages for hitters and pitchers in the postseason to see how their quality (relative to league average) has changed over time. Unsurprisingly, the gap between postseason and regular season average pitchers is larger than the comparable gap for hitters. 993 more words

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A Walk-Off from a Marlins Reliever? (Hint: It's Happened Twice)

Richie Lewis and Dennis Cook. Two Teal-Era Marlins known for their prowess out of the bullpen.

But relievers don’t come up to hit very often. And are almost NEVER asked to hit in clutch situations… 168 more words

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Reggie! Reggie! Reggie!

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The offseason is officially here and I can already sense some great free agent deals in the future. But in today’s post, I want to talk about one of the first huge free agents in baseball history. 418 more words

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Did You Know...

The first Philadelphia Phillies left-handed pitcher to be named to the NL All-Star Team was Ken Raffensberger.  Raffensberger was chosen as a member of the 1944 squad.

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