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Chase Utley joins the 400/200/100 club for 2nd baseman

With his two doubles today, Chase Utley now has 400 doubles in his career. Many second baseman have had 400 doubles, but not many have had… 135 more words

Blue Jays Minor League Team with Biggio, Guerrero and Bichette

Cavan Biggio, Vladimdir Guerrero Jr., and Bo Bichette are the sons of former major-league all-stars.  Their fathers never played on the same team during their careers, but these sons are currently playing together for Dunedin, the minor league affiliate of Toronto Blue Jays. 112 more words

Baseball Father

Mount Rushmore, Houston Astros

The Astros are the first “new” team on the AL side of the ledger, getting their start from 1962-1964 as the Colt .45’s before becoming the Astros for good in 1965. 673 more words

Jeff Bagwell

Longtime Astros Join Together in Cooperstown To Honor Bagwell

COOPERSTOWN, NY (CBS HOUSTON) – On Sunday afternoon when long time Houston Astros first baseman Jeff Bagwell is inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame he will be surrounded by a sea of Astros fans along with a collection of former teammates and coaches in town ready to congratulate him on the honor he had to wait a little extra time to earn. 487 more words


BIJANI: Bagwell's Road To Cooperstown A Long Journey

COOPERSTOWN, NY (CBS HOUSTON) – If the road to Cooperstown for Jeff Bagwell was anything like our drive up to cover it, then that jacket must feel really good when he puts it on and seeing his plaque with words so eloquently crafted that defined a career that little leaguers could only dream of, has got to be surreal. 626 more words


Baseball Hall Of Fame Finally Opens Its Doors To Bagwell

It was considered one of the most lopsided trades in baseball history.

In 1990, the Boston Red Sox were looking for bullpen help and found it in the likes of Houston Astros right-hander Larry Anderson. 637 more words


Dray, Dick, for that matter A.C. Green and titles.

It is quite possible, maybe even probable that there are other examples, but in my continuing process of gathering notes on title teams, I give you Oakland and the Green(es?), as cities with two different teams, that won at least two titles in three seasons and had players with the same last name and in fact, initials. 201 more words