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1999 Linear Championship History

ABOVE: Wade Boggs collects his 3000th career hit, but the Cleveland Indians — who held the linear championship for 40 days over their 13 reigns — still defeat the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. 672 more words

Linear Championship

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - January 24, 2015

Deflated footballs show how being hateful can be fun in sports if it is about something silly.

Ryan Vogelsong loves the home cooking of San Francisco and Ichiro goes for 3,000 in Miami. 39 more words

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - January 24, 2015

Deflated footballs show how being hateful can be fun in sports if it is about something silly.

Ryan Vogelsong loves the home cooking of San Francisco and Ichiro goes for 3,000 in Miami. 39 more words

MLB Podcast Network

ICHIRO STILL AVAILABLE

As we get closer and closer to the start of Spring Training, the number of Free Agent players still out there slowly diminishes. Word spread last week that a team, nobody knew which one, had offered $110. 829 more words

Stan Musial (1958 - Topps #476)

Stanley “Stan” (The Man) Musial played his entire career (22 years, 1941-’63) as a first baseman and outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals and was, arguably, the best “pure” hitter in the Major Leagues. 121 more words

VJP Legends

Tony Gwynn 1987 Fleer Baseball All-Stars

Tony Gwynn 1987 Fleer Baseball All-Stars

While not part of their standard base product, Fleer did make an All-Star set in 1987.

The set was sold in a box-set format, and was tagged as ‘Baseball All-stars’. 58 more words

Baseball

Tony Gwynn 1996 Leaf Preferred

Tony Gwynn 1996 Leaf Preferred

Not too many baseball cards feature Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn working in the field.  After all, Gwynn is the best hitter of his generation and one of the greatest hitters in the history of the game. 64 more words

Baseball