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By the Time They Get here from Phoenix, I'll be Blogging

Recently, I came across the blog, It’s Like Having my own Card Shop, that focuses on the Arizona Diamondbacks.  I contacted Daniel and told him that I had a stack of D-Backs that I wanted to send his way.  343 more words

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Ten 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot Predictions

Rather than simply telling you who I think will get in, which I will, I decided to make a full ten predictions for what I think will happen when the sports writers cast their votes for the class of 2015. 770 more words

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My Picks for the 2015 Hall of Fame Vote

Every year I post, once the Hall of Fame ballot comes out, my choices for the Hall of Fame. As the Hall gives each voter 10 votes, I, in the grand tradition of Southern Politics, take every vote I can get. 1,065 more words


2015 BBWAA Hall of Fame Ballot Announced

17 Newcomers join 17 Holdovers for Hall of Fame Consideration

Pitchers who won a combined nine Cy Young Awards and position players who earned three batting titles are among 17 new candidates on the 2015 Hall of Fame ballot that is being mailed this week to more than 575 voting members of the BBWAA.

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Los Principios del Diamante: 10 Lecciones de Vida que Nuestros Padres nos Enseñaron a través del Béisbol

El artículo fue editado y traducido y con la ayuda de Jaime Areizaga Soto

Cuando Danny Espinosa del equipo de béisbol profesional de los Nacionales de Washington y yo jugábamos en el equipo de béisbol de los Cubs de Santa Ana, California, soñábamos en un día ser los próximos Nomar Garciaparra y Derek Jeter. 992 more words

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The Diamond Dogma: 10 Life Lessons Our Dads Taught Us Through Baseball

This article has also been published on Huffington Post Sports

When Danny Espinosa of the Washington Nationals and I were teammates on the Santa Ana California Little League Cubs, we dreamt about one day becoming the next Nomar Garciaparra and Derek Jeter. 850 more words

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Five Statistical Facts about Nomar Garciaparra

Shortstop Nomar Garciaparra was much more than a player with an amazingly fun name to say. He was actually a pretty good baseball player too. We came to know him best as “Nomah” due to Bostonians’ inability to say the letter “R” properly. 423 more words