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BASEBALL' S MOST UNDERRATED POSITION - FIRST BASE

I recall the days when I was in Little League and the coach would look around thinking to himself – who here can catch the ball? 678 more words

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Way too early...

So I am reading some comments on the (way too many) baseball message boards that I subscribe to. Also included on this list are the social media feeds that I get on a daily basis. 261 more words

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VALGUS TORQUE ATTACKS BASEBALL - EVERYBODY TAKE COVER

Science marches on. The rest of us try to catch up. It’s a useless battle though because even though no one has figured out a way to put toothpaste back in the tube (something practical),  it seems every day… 871 more words

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WHEN CHANGE DEFIES LOGIC............

Historically, I believe it would be fair to say that baseball has held true to the basic fundamentals of the game. That is to say – it’s still three outs in an inning, 60’6″ to home plate, a two base hit still counts as a double, and so on. 805 more words

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A MAN AND HIS DREAM - ANOTHER BASEBALL ODYESSY

Imagine that you are drafted as a senior from the University of Louisiana in the 34th round in the 2002 baseball draft by the New York Mets. 639 more words

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The Sports Archives - Chewing Tobacco: Has Been a Part of Baseball for a long Time, or Will It?

Baseball players have been chewing tobacco for such a long time that we are accustomed to seeing them dipping without giving it a second thought. However, the list of cities trying to ban the use of smokeless tobacco in baseball is rising, which means that Major League Baseball and the players union will have a discussion about banning the use during their next collective bargaining agreement. 486 more words

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TODAY, BASEBALL AND HISTORY COME TOGETHER........

Most of us will be working later today when the Cuban National Team takes the field against the Tampa Bay Rays in Havana, Cuba. But the fact will not be lost that this is a significant day both for baseball and history.  173 more words

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