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Put Those Numbers On The Wall

The New York Post today is jumping on the Mets retired number bandwagon, and making the argument I’ve been shouting about for years… it’s time for the Mets to start respecting team history and retire more numbers. 393 more words


1996 was 20 years ago???

I’ve always enjoyed flipping through baseball media guides. In the days of Baseball-Reference.com, Fangraphs.com and MLB.com’s own player information pages, paper reference books seem kind of quaint. 228 more words


On This Day In Baseball History: December 6, 1989

The New York Mets trade Randy Myers to the Cincinnati Reds for John Franco. The trade seem to have benefited both teams as Myers teamed up with… 38 more words

On This Day In Baseball History

Homestand 8/19/2015 - 8/20/2015

The Cyclones enter the homestretch of the season with a 2 game homestand against the Lowell Spinners. There will be plenty going on at MCU Park, as the two games will feature a bobblehead, another giveaway Jersey, celebrity softball, a 100th Birthday celebration and cheap tickets. 839 more words

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An Interview with Scotty the Leprechaun

With Irish Heritage Night 24 hours away, I was very lucky to interview Scott G. Seidman, who many fans know as Scotty the Leprechaun. Scotty discusses how he got his start with the Cyclones and some of his Irish Night Antics. 455 more words

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Will Aroldis Chapman Become the Reds' All-Time Leader in Saves?

The Reds are not having a good season. The team has a lot of holes, many of them caused by injury. But the Reds do have some elite players. 1,523 more words

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On This Day In Baseball History: June 22, 1994

New York Mets closer John Franco earns his 253rd career save, passing Dave Righetti for most by a lefty. Franco would finish the strike shortened season by leading the NL in saves with 30 and 7th in Cy Young voting. 31 more words