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In case you missed it: Ellis, Wilson, Jansen, Pederson and more

By Jon Weisman

It’s still April, but sunshine has definitely found Southern California and Dodger Stadium this week. With Max Scherzer and the Tigers coming to town, things are heating up. 299 more words


Baseball Heroes - Spahn, Mays, DiMaggio, Cobb

Thus ends the first week of Major League Baseball. Today’s Rate-A-Cade survey takes a look at the past greats of the game. Today’s music post will correspond with events from the lives of these heroes. 96 more words


Opening Day memories: Jim Lefebvre

By Mark Langill

Rookie second baseman Jim Lefebvre couldn’t wait for his first Opening Day at Dodger Stadium on April 20, 1965. The local product from Inglewood’s Morningside High, who was a Dodger batboy when the team played at the Coliseum, expected a large group of friends and family to watch his home debut against the lowly New York Mets. 270 more words


What was the best time to be a fan of the Atlanta Braves?

Great article about when was the best time to be an Atlanta/Milwaukee/Boston Braves fan by Matthew Kory. He uses a mathematical and statistical model to come up with the answer for each MLB team. 151 more words

Atlanta Braves

21 Days - Roberto Clemente vs. Warren Spahn

On three straight Opening Days, from 1958-60, No. 21 was on the mound and at the plate, both on the way to the Hall of Fame. 339 more words

Opening Day

Into the Sets Vault: Topps Triple Threads and Topps Tribute

This post is unofficially sponsored by Skittles – Taste the Rainbow.

The day has arrived and I am happy to share with you some big additions to the personal collection. 192 more words

Into The MLB Vault