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Mike Schmidt (1982 - Topps #339)

Michael Jack Schmidt was signed by and played 3B for 18 years for the Phildelphia Phillies. In those years, he was the N.L. MVP 3 times (1980, ’81 and ’86) and a 12-time All-Star. 133 more words

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Gil Hodges (1955 - Topps #187)

Gilbert Ray “Gil” Hodges was a first baseman who played most of his 18 year career (1943, ’47 – ’63) with the Dodgers in Brooklyn and Los Angeles (he spent 3 years in the Marines during WWII). 86 more words

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“You’ve got to be very careful if you don’t know where you’re going, because you might not get there” ~ Yogi Berra

Nearly three months ago, …

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Hamilton hits homer history

Josh Hamilton has become the first player to hit four home runs in a game since Carlos Delgado in 2003. Hamilton went 5-5, with a double and four homers. 103 more words

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Latest and Greatest!!!

Josh Hamilton became the latest Major League Baseball player to hit 4 home runs in one game. Aside from the 4 home runs, he netted 8 runs batters in, 16 total bases, and a 5 for 5 game with a double that one hopped the wall. 109 more words

Josh Hamilton and possible greatness


By Cameron Heffernan

Last night Josh Hamilton realized the baseballs that were being used at Oriole Park at Camden yards needed a definite attitude adjustment. Hamilton   blasted four-homers, going 5-for-5 with eight RBIs, a double and the aforementioned four-home runs joining a coveted list of only 16 players to reach that mark in a single game in the entire history of professional baseball, including Lou Gehrig and Willie Mays. 737 more words

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Josh HAM-ilton Jolts Fantasy Teams With Powerful Performance

Last night Josh Hamilton, well, ate his wheaties sort of speak. Hamilton went off on the Baltimore Oriole pitching staff going 5-5 with not one, not two, not three, but four home-runs, and oh yeah-he also threw a double into the mix to finish with a final stat line of 4 HR, 8 RBI’s and an American League record 18 total bases. 56 more words

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