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Lynn Smith out on maternity leave; Susan Hendricks returns to HLN to fill-in

HLN anchor Lynn Smith is beginning her maternity leave this weekend, and former HLN anchor Susan Hendricks is making a (temporary) return to fill-in at the weekend anchor desk. 53 more words

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Philip Ryken says Don't Complain; Kevin DeYoung Wants you to Shut Up, and Joe Carter Wants you to Sleep More

Three articles are looked at in today’s post. The first is from the president of Wheaton college and deals with complaining. Ironically he complains in the process. 2,999 more words

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On This Day In Baseball History: December 5, 1990

Toronto Blue Jays trade first baseman Fred McGriff and shortstop Tony Fernandez to the Padres for second baseman Roberto Alomar and outfielder Joe Carter. Both Alomar and Carter were instrumental in the Blue Jays back-to-back World Series titles in ’92 and ’93, with Carter, of course, hitting the game 6 series winning walk off in ’93. 13 more words

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Oklahoma's Best Baseball Players

For a lot of people where we come from is a point of pride. When we meet someone who hales from the same place as us there is often a sense of comradery.  231 more words

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Taxidermist Loved The Michigan/Michigan State Fumbled Punt that Lead to Michigan State Winning So Much He Decided To Immortalize The Play In The Form Of Stuffed Chipmunks

Well thats one way to immortalize a famous bad beat. I gotta say though, this guy totally fucked up by not having a taxidermy Jim Harbaugh Chipmunk. 256 more words

MIKE TIMLIN - Sully Baseball Unsung Post Season Hero of October 24

OCTOBER 24, 1992 – World Series Game 6

To explain why this entry in the Unsung Post Season Hero series is so special to me, I need to flash back to my front yard in the early 1980s. 868 more words

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Walk off World Series

On October 23, 1993,  Toronto Blue Jay, Joe Carter became the first player in Major League Baseball to hit a walk off run to end the World Series. 233 more words

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