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Let's Revisit Some Of The Greatest Manager Meltdowns In Baseball History

A baseball manager having a meltdown at an umpire is a pastime as old as baseball itself. Every so often, an umpire is going to get a call wrong, or at least appear to, and the manager on the wrong end of it is going to storm out of the dugout and flip his lid. 755 more words

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Southpaw Flashback: Some Ticket Stub Collectors are Buying Memories

Editor’s Note:  For the remainder of June we will be counting down our 10 favorite columns as we celebrate summer vacation. Coming in at number 7 on our countdown is a column from January 5, 2015. 995 more words

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Scott Garceau: McClendon Goes Earl Weaver In Seattle

The fans in Seattle were on their feet Tuesday night, the standing ovation wasn’t for the pitching of Felix Hernandez or the hitting of Nelson Cruz, no this time they were cheering bad behavior by Lloyd McClendon as the Mariners manager got ejected and left the field like a conquering hero. 558 more words

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - May 5, 2015


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…

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - May 5, 2015

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…

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The Story Behind the 'Graph: Earl Weaver

Hall of Fame Manager Earl Weaver was best known for his hatred of umpires and stubbornness whenever they totally missed a call. When I met him at a charity baseball game and got his autograph, Weaver didn’t kick any dirt on me. 13 more words

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Rollie Fingers riding a dolphin and other random thoughts.

Most of the Athletics sights in internet-land played the typical baseball writing game of follow the leader and were frothing at the mouth at the signing of Barry Zito. 391 more words

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