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On this day in 1961, Roger Maris of the New York Yankees broke the all-time single season home run record by crushing his 61st home run of the season. 97 more words

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WEEK 38 - My call for the new Twins Manager . . . Terry Steinbach

And so the Minnesota Twins Baseball Club has stepped into the next era of managers. The Twins have been through twelve men in that position. Can you name them all? 903 more words

Thoughts On Stuff

Postseason Decisions

This year, it won’t be hard for me to choose who to root for in the postseason (Go O’s!!  Go Nats!!).  For others, there are several things to consider in their postseason support decisions. 167 more words

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Did You Know...

Two pitchers in major league baseball history have ended their careers with exactly 300 career wins: Lefty Grove & Early Wynn.

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NEGRO LEAGUES ALL-STAR GAME (1944)

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The year is 1944. Baseball great, Josh Gibson slides home during the 1944 Negro Leagues All-Star Game at Chicago’s Comiskey Park. 52 more words

BROWN UNIVERSITY BASEBALL (1879)

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The year is 1879. If you’re a baseball fan, as I am, you’re wondering what it would have been like to watch this varsity baseball team from Brown University, Rhode Island in action. 81 more words

Doc's No-No's

Hey baseball fans!

I’m going to stick to the theme from my last post and talk about some more no-hitters. To be more specific, I’m going to talk about the most recent pitcher to throw a no-no in the playoffs: … 340 more words