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Didn't Take Long To Realize Bagwell Was Special

It didn’t take long for Art Howe to realize Jeff Bagwell was a special player.

“It was probably one of his first at bats,” the former Astros manager recalled Monday at Minute Maid Park prior to a rally held in Bagwell’s honor. 325 more words

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Hall of Fame Effect: How much are Tim Raines’ cards worth now?

Of the three candidates who were accepted into the 2017 Baseball Hall of Fame (HOF), Tim Raine’s candidacy was arguably the most dramatic.

If Raine’s had not cleared the 75% threshold necessary to enter the HOF in his final year of eligibility, he would have run out of chances to enter due to the controversial 10-year rule. 427 more words

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NIACC Baseball starts at #12

NIACC press release:

MASON CITY – The NIACC baseball team is ranked No. 12 in the NJCAA Division II preseason poll released on Monday.

NIACC, which has played in three of the last four NJCAA Division II World Series, was 47-16 last season. 175 more words

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Time out called on new jerseys

By: JIM IRIZARRY
Managing Editor
jcirizar@iusb.edu

Despite the Student Government Association (SGA) approving $4,500 to the baseball team last week, that money continues to be tied up in formalities. 994 more words

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Sports, E-sports, and Money

In 2016, a small game released by developer Valve, the more mainstream market of consumers, would not have heard of before. Defense of the Ancients 2, more commonly known as Dota 2, handed out prizes equated to $95 million dollars in 2016. 739 more words

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Baseball Trading Pins Are Available In Styles For Any Team

Baseball trading pins are just about everywhere in youth baseball today. From Cooperstown to South Williamsport, the act of swapping baseball trading pins at games and tournaments quickly turns strangers into friends. 20 more words

Go Cubs Go!

“Fly the W”

                It was a very long time coming for Chicago Cubs fans, 108 years to be exact. That wait ended on the night of November 2, 2016, a night that will go down in baseball history. 310 more words

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