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A-Rod breaks Lou Gehrig's AL RBI record as Yankees sweep Royals

Alex Rodriguez checked off another age-old milestone in a comeback season that’s surpassing almost anyone’s expectations.

The three-time MVP hit a three-run homer to break Lou Gehrig’s American League record for RBI, and the New York Yankees beat the Kansas City Royals 4-2 Wednesday to finish a three-game sweep. 295 more words


I am Not Doing the Ice Bucket Challenge: Here is Why

I wanted to take a moment to address the ice bucket challenge that is all the rage on the Internet. I may seem like a bit of a downer but I have my reasons for not doing it and I wanted to address them. 592 more words

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Recently there has been a lot of debate on the effectiveness and validity of the Ice Bucket Challenge. 

For any of you who may have (somehow) not heard of this movement by now, here’s a little Q&A: 1,157 more words

Ice Buckets and Stuff

So the other day I was nominated for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and did it but the entire time this has been going on I’ve seen person after person (including little kids) dumping ice on themselves and I couldn’t help but wonder if they really knew what was going on. 634 more words

Baseball And The Saturday Evening Post April 17, 1926

“Boy’s Baseball Team” by Eugene Iverd April 17, 1926

Eugene Iverd is a pseudonym for George Ericson. He was born in St. Paul Minnesota in January of 1893. 300 more words

Baseball And The Saturday Evening Post

ALS Awareness Month

Please help us spread the word around the world and give ALS the awareness it needs

Who's On First?

Abbot and Costello’s classic comedy sketch “Who’s on First?” is reality for the Milwaukee Brewers, as they went into the second day of Spring Training without at true first baseman. 332 more words