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“Now let’s get back to the game.” When Vin Scully utters those words it means he just told a delightful between-innings story about how Matt Morris met his wife, (a Chicago Cub sportswriter) or the World Champion Brooklyn Dodgers of 1955. 477 more words

Major League Baseball

White Sox sign Adam LaRoche to a 2-year, $25-million contract

The Chicago White Sox have signed first baseman Adam LaRoche to a two-year deal worth $25-million dollars according to USA Today’s Bob Nightengale.

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Love the game more... by playing it less

Major Leaguers have always been the poster example. Their every move is followed, from how they swing the bat or throw a ball, to how they wear their uniform or walk up to the plate. 698 more words

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What Every Major League Baseball Team Should be Thankful for in 2014

It’s Thanksgiving and unless you live in Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Andorra, and everywhere else other than the United States of America–you probably gathered around a table at some point today to give thanks. 550 more words

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Swisher Probably Not Worth #Indians Money or Time

So far this winter for the Cleveland Indians, it’s been one of discontent among fans, one with several questions which thus far have no answers. 633 more words


Violent Protests Have No Place in Sports or in Life

The other day protests turned to riots in Missouri following the release of a grand jury decision.

While I am certainly glad to live in a society where one is free to peacefully protest through civil disobedience when they disagree on an issue, I have never understood why some protests turn against their own community. 909 more words

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Analytics say that Joe DiMaggio is overrated

In what is the Yankee Clipper’s 100th Birthday. A recent article in the New York Daily news shows that the famed Yankee Joe DiMaggio wouldn’t have been able to repeat his incredible career performance in today’s field of play citing his batting stance and today’s hard throwing pitchers. 14 more words