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Is Ohtani Mania Over? Or Just Warming Up?

The poor performance of Los Angeles Angels’ two-way wonder Shohei Ohtani against the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday tells more about baseball and the Red Sox than about him. 472 more words

Sports

Shohei Ohtani: Slugger, Ace, or Both?

There is no doubt that Shohei Ohtani has been the biggest star of this early MLB season. The dual-threat pitcher and hitter from Japan signed to the… 839 more words

Baseball

Past Time: Ruth Opens the House that He Built

On April 18, 1923 — 95 years ago today — Yankee Stadium opened its gates for the first game in its storied history.

In the third inning, Babe Ruth took Howard Ehmke (the same from our previous post on 4/16) deep for a three-run home run, the first homer in the stadium’s history.  667 more words

Baseball History

Why Jimmie Johnson is using Babe Ruth to respond to his Twitter trolls

Jimmie Johnson isn’t having an ideal start to the 2018 NASCAR Cup Series season.

Despite putting up his best finish this year when he came in third… 388 more words

NASCAR

Are These the Most Confusing Pre-War Cards of All-Time?

There were a lot of crazy looking cards in the pre-war card days. I mean, a lot. I just wrote about one recently, the Bill Burns T206 card, which appears to show him with the wrong glove on. 749 more words

Baseball

Babe Ruth…the truth about Ruth

Part 1
We all know about Babe Ruth, the Home Run records, Pitcher/Hitter, winning titles with the Sox and Yankees, all putting him as one of, if not, the best baseball players of all time. 565 more words

1918

Little Known 1932 Astra Cards Vastly Underrated Compared to Sanella Issue

The 1932 Sanella set is known by collectors largely for the Babe Ruth card in it. But the release has a lot more – 111 other cards, to be exact, including a card of a… 692 more words

Baseball