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Go get 'em, Gramps! Pettitte debuts at Yanks Old-Timers' Day

I’m so bummed out that I missed watching the Yankees ‘Old Timers Day’ game today, especially because my boy Andy Pettitte was pitching. This is one of those traditions that separate the Yankees from other teams. 560 more words

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Celebrating Royals History

Over the weekend, the Kansas City Royals celebrated a number of their legends in the 50th season of the team’s existence. The New York Yankees were in town and while the series didn’t go as much of us would have liked (the Yankees took two out of three from the Royals) it did give the broadcast team the chance to catch up with some Kansas City greats. 182 more words

Dancing With The Stars current season-Reviewed by Anita 0.**

Has any one been watching Dancing with the Stars?  Sadly, I have.  The last competition is Monday night (05-21-18), and it has been a very long four weeks.  607 more words

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Johnny Damon calls getting kicked off DWTS after first episode 'a gut check'

Monday night’s season premiere of Dancing with the Stars brought bad new for anyone who’s also a baseball fan.

On the shortened, four-week season with only athletes, two-time World Series champion Johnny Damon was kicked off the dance competition show on the first night. 239 more words

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Johnny Damon Net Worth 2018: How Much Is Damon Worth?

Johnny Damon, 44, is a retired baseball player who played in the MLB from 1995 to 2012. He was an outfielder who played for a total of seven teams throughout his career, Kansas City Royals (1995–2000), Oakland Athletics (2001), Boston Red Sox (2002–05), New York Yankees (2006–09), Detroit Tigers (2010), Tampa Bay Rays (2011) and Cleveland Indians (2012). 840 more words

Players born in Kansas with most career MLB hits

More than 200 Kansas natives have stood up to the plate in the major leagues, but only 10 of them recorded at least 1,000 career hits. 845 more words

6 Players To Sign with a Rival

by Rob Joyce

James Harrison is no cheerleader. That was the message from the 39-year-old after the Steelers released him and subsequently signed with the other AFC favorite, the Patriots. 501 more words

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