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A Tribute to Curt Schilling

This is an outdated piece and my response to the original announcement by pitcher Curt Schilling when he opened up about his cancer. This my tribute to the man who gave us the Bloody Sock, the first World Series in Arizona Diamonbacks’ history, and some great seasons on very bad Philadelphia Phillies teams where I knew him first. 801 more words

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The Arizona Diamondbacks were the fastest expansion team to reach the World Series, making it to the Fall Classic in their fourth year of existence, 2001.

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Barry Bonds’ Records against Individual Pitchers

Asterisk or not, Barry Bonds is the holder of two of the most prestigious records in baseball: the single season home run record and the career home run record. 459 more words

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1989 Donruss: Curt Schilling

I was watching ESPN the other night, and I caught the end of the interview between Karl Ravech and Curt Schilling. Schilling has been fighting cancer, and as he stated in the interview, he has lost 80 pounds and most of his strength. 188 more words

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The Red Sox Might Be Shutting Dustin Pedroia Down For The Season, And That's Okay

John Farrell said today that the team is considering shutting Dustin Pedroia down for the remainder of the season with discomfort in his left hand. Pedroia has apparently been struggling with the injury for much of the season, and a recent MRI revealed inflammation significant enough to warrant some extended time off. 455 more words

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Five Statistical Facts about Doug Glanville

Doug Glanville is quite possibly the classiest man to ever play Major League Baseball. In all of the years I went to Veterans Stadium I never once saw him turn down a fan for autographs and he frequently would stay until he made sure everyone received his signature. 362 more words

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