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Bo Porter Era in Houston Ends on Labor Day

Today, September 1 is Labor Day.

While originally established in the 19th Century as a way to honor workers, through the years the first Monday of September celebration has turned into a time of barbecues, beach getaways and appliance sales. 1,148 more words

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The first World Series in FBLOD History: Vladimir Putins vs. Pawtucket Redsox

Season 1 all came down to one of the best pitching teams in the league — the Redsox — vs. the balanced offensive attack of the Putins. 964 more words

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Playoffs on the horizon for Major League Baseball

Bobby MartinezSports Writer

After a very disappointing 2013 season, highlighted by the signing of all-star Albert Pujols, the Los Angeles Angels (80-53) are tied for MLB’s best record at the end of August. 285 more words


Chicago Cubs, Steve Bartman And This Poor T-Shirt

I realize there are those who aren’t big baseball fans like me but I assume those who aren’t are probably a fan of another sport and have experienced heartbreak playing it or watching it being played.  251 more words


Chicago donor pays rent for homeless little leaguer

CHICAGO (WGN/CNN) – One of Chicago’s star Little League players will have a home base to call his own, thanks to a generous donor.

12-year-old Jaheim Benton helped take the Jackie Robinson west team all the way to a second-place finish at the Little League Baseball World Series. 127 more words


Why Now is the Best Time of the Year for a Sports Fan

In the twenty-plus years of being a sports fan, I’ve become accustomed to the lulls throughout the year.  Most people who relate know that our calendar is based around spring trainings, two-a-days and tip-offs. 194 more words


Soler Goes Deep Twice In Cubs Victory


Now, I just want you nice folks to sit back and imagine what the score in last night’s game would have been if Anthony Rizzo was playing. 341 more words