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August 29 African American Historical Events

* Today in Black History – August 29 *

1920 – Charlie “Bird” (Charles Christopher) Parker is born in
Kansas City, Kansas. The jazz saxophonist will become one… 1,347 more words

African American History

Joey Votto should change his swing

It’s the two hundred million dollar question on everyone’s mind: Will Joey Votto ever be the same hitter?

I played golf recently with two good friends, both are huge Reds fans, one is a medical doctor. 1,476 more words

Joey Votto

Hank the Dog met Hank Aaron and all was right

One hammered baseballs, one chases them. Hank the #BallparkPup meets his namesake, @HenryLouisAaron. #HankMeetsHank http://t.co/QSf9JnCkvK
Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) August 21, 2014


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Hank Meets Hank

One hammered baseballs, one chases them.

Hank the Ballpark Pup had the chance to meet his namesake, the great Hank Aaron, who is in town for Brewers Community Foundation’s annual… 34 more words

Wrigley 100 August 19: Ken Holtman's No-Hitter

A no-hit game is a well-pitched game with a lot of luck. – Ken Holtzman

Was there ever a happier day at Wrigley Field than August 19, 1969? 1,786 more words


Time Traveling through Baseball’s Past

For fans of a certain British television show about a guy and his companions who travel around in a bigger on the inside blue police box, today marks the start of a very important week. 1,073 more words

Major League Baseball

Jeter passes Wagner for most hits by a shortstop

It was just a dribbler that the Cleveland third baseman, Lonnie Chisenhall, attempted without success to field bare-handed in the sixth inning Saturday as Derek Jeter crossed first base with his 3,431st career hit. 426 more words