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Double Play Facts and Records

Two for the price of one, the double play in baseball is a quick way to kill an offensive rally. Talked about rarely from a statistical perspective, these are the leaders from different categories based on the double play. 506 more words

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Houston Astros Rumors: Craig Biggio A Top Candidate For Manager

The Houston Astros got rid of Bo Porter earlier in the week due to disagreements with GM Jeff Lunhow. Houston’s team on the field is obviously something to marvel at, but the front office is showing everyone it is in shambles. 107 more words

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The Best Recent Baseball Players to Never Win a World Series

The ultimate goal for any athlete is to win the championship. Notably baseball has its long historic droughts where players who spent their entire career in one city suffered with the fans. 632 more words

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Top 100 MLB Players of All Time: 90-81

90. Mark McGwire

I know what you’re thinking. “How can Mark McGwire be ranked higher than Tony Gwynn or Rod Carew?” I know it seems ridiculous. 2,763 more words

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Pack 201: What I Hated About Late 80s & Early 90s Packs

Right off the bat, please tell me if the cards from tonight’s pack of 1989 Donruss Baseball bother you:

Do you all notice doubles like this in modern days packs?   71 more words

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Sunshine Kids Brighten Astros' Gameday

Hi there. Amanda Rykoff, the team’s social media manager back again at Mission Control. I don’t want to get too sappy, but one of my favorite things about working for a team is the ability to make even a small difference in a child’s life. 512 more words

Five Players that Should Be in the Hall of Fame

This past Friday night, I visited Turner Field to watch the San Diego Padres play beat the Atlanta Braves. The Braves showed a few highlights that explained to fans that Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, and Bobby Cox (along with others, obviously ) are headed to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. 762 more words

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