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On This Day In Baseball History: May 7, 2014

Texas Rangers 35-year old third baseman Adrian Beltre becomes the fifth player in MLB history to hit 100 home runs for three different teams when he homers in a game against the Colorado Rockies. 48 more words

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Comparing The 2015 Cleveland Indians To the 1995 Team (School Project)

r.      It may be hard for many fans to believe, but it’s been 20 years since the 1995 World Series season for the Indians. Ironically, the buzz around the Indians this year feels eerily similar to buzz around them in ’95. 888 more words


Phillies Future Can't Be Left to Amaro

The Philadelphia Phillies are wasting time.

The company line has been the team will be contenders again in 2017 or 2018 after the talent supply has had time to replenish itself. 769 more words

Hahn Likes the Mix for Opening Day Start

Jeff Samardzija could pitch opening day for the White Sox this season. Doing so would make “Shark” the answer to a fairly cool trivia question: Who started Opening Day for the Cubs and White Sox in consecutive seasons? 874 more words

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Sox vs. Dodgers in Tomorrow's Cactus League Opener

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Today’s News

Shirts vs. Skins

Yesterday’s intrasquad game was rained out, but it was a go today as the Sox Shirts and Sox Skins faced each other a day before Cactus League play begins. 386 more words

Orbiting Cleveland: Appreciating the spectacle that is LeBron James and the Cavaliers

Perspective is everything. I gained a little bit of that Sunday.

Fifteen years ago, when I first fell in love in with the NBA, it was because of… 982 more words


Day 3 of SoxFest: My Last Day in Chicago

All good things must come to an end.

Sunday was my last day in Chicago and it was the last day of SoxFest. I had a flight to catch at 3:59 PM CT — and with snow in the forecast — I made the arrangements to get to the airport early. 1,083 more words