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"Get Up There & Bunt"

No one really likes the bunt.

Baseball players bunt because their manager tells them to or because nothing else seems to be working.

They bunt – usually as a sacrifice, giving up an out in the process – because they have to. 375 more words

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Cardboard Icons Turns 8

It all started here eight years ago today with a little post about an iconic 1951 Bowman Phil Rizzuto card. And what has become Cardboard Icons the blog and the opportunities this site have provided for me are things I never could have imagined. 621 more words

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Tuesday June 14, 2016 -- NYTimes Crossword No. 0510

Tuesday June 14, 2016 — NYTimes Crossword No. 0510
If the crossword puzzle never were challenging, it would cease to be fun. I don’t even attempt most puzzles, because I know they are too easy. 1,339 more words

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Padres Right Ship In Dramatic Fashion, Look To Take Series: Pads vs. Dodgers 5/21

By Bob Scanlan

The Padres played one of the most fun filled regular season games you’ll see against the Dodgers last night, and broke their 4-game losing streak in dramatic fashion with a 7-6 walkoff style victory over their dreaded rivals. 856 more words

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Sully Baseball Podcast Rewind - May 5, 2015


On May 5, 2015, I played the second part of my interview with former All Star pitcher Don Stanhouse. We talk about the 1979 Orioles, a stuffed gorilla, his hair and how he got Reggie Jackson mad at him… 11 more words

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Give the Other Man His Chance

Well, my Reds are off to a surprisingly good start and exhibiting flashes of pretty good baseball. They’re in first place with a fanciful magic number to clinch the pennant somewhere in the 150 range. 204 more words

Four ...

Four days until Opening Day! In honor of #4, here’s Orioles fans bidding farewell to Earl Weaver from 1982…

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