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Hocus Throwcus: How RA Dickey Fooled Us All (everyone except Major League hitters that is)

Imagine for a moment that you’re the GM of a Major League Baseball team. It’s something every fan has done at some point or another. Whether you’re shouting obscenities at your TV or tinkering with your fantasy team, we’ve all imagined what it would be like to call the shots for a big league club. 2,227 more words

Former San Fransisco Giant Brian Wilson attempting MLB comeback

Written by: Kyle Andrews – Staff Writing Intern (@KyleAndrews1994)

During the late 2000’s and early 2010’s, Brian Wilson was one of the most electric closers in the game. 313 more words


Brian Wilson Attempts a Comeback; Prof Loses Her Mind

Do you guys remember Brian Wilson? Of course you do. How can you forget a guy who did stuff like this?

The guy who had wicked stuff and stared down the red hot Rangers in the 2010 World Series has been off our radar for a few years due to injuries and people thinking he’s a giant douche, but he’s back. 252 more words


"Knuckler" Book Review

“Knuckler” by Tim Wakefield with Tony Massarotti; Page count 260

Knuckler was by far one of the best books I have read in quite some time. 293 more words

The Last Days of the Philosopher King

Wednesday night, as the final game of the Blue Jays-Mariners series rolled into the bottom of the 12th inning with both teams deadlocked at 1, and with the Blue Jays’ bullpen depleted of relievers, manager John Gibbons turned to an unlikely savior:  knuckleball starter R.A. 2,329 more words


JNF Elevates Brain Aneurysm Awareness This September

September is Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month and to help provide insight as well as spread awareness of this condition, The Joe Niekro Foundation™ is sharing daily facts about the brain and brain… 134 more words

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MLB: Red Sox Pitcher Steven Wright Interview on Inland_Sports

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Steven Wright is enjoying a breakout season posting a record of 10-5 and earning a spot in his first Major League Baseball All-Star Game. 42 more words