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Yogi Berra

Yogi was one of the great personalities of our time transcending the sport he played in.  He has the most World Series rings of anyone, probably had the lowest percentage of strike-outs to plate appearances (about 5%) of any full-time player; was a three time Most Valuable Player and an All Star 15 times; served America admirably in World War II; and his colloquialisms have become part of our language and lore.  135 more words

Chicago Cubs, St Louis Cardinals or Kansas City Royals? Who will win baseball's World Series this autumn?

Postseason has arrived in Major League Baseball.

After 162 games the competition has been whittled down to 10 teams – all dreaming of winning the World Series later this month. 764 more words


Luke's Favorite Films Take Two: #67

#67: Major League (1989)

Director: David S. Ward
Starring: Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen and Corbin Bernsen
Plot: “The new owner of the Cleveland Indians puts together a purposely horrible team so they’ll lose and she can move the team. 475 more words


Falken Tire is Pro Baseball's Official Tire

Falken Tires has inked its first deal with a professional sports league outside of motorsports. The Falken brand will be the official tire of Major League Baseball (MLB) when the spring 2016 season begins. 392 more words

No More Yogi-isms

The Passing of a Verbal Yogi

Yogi Berra passed away this week. He lived to the grand old age of 90 until he succumbed a thing eventually takes us all. 338 more words


Ferrell Takes the Field

Funny, well produced and I liked the interview lighting.  They came up with stories for everything, lots of little details but oh my god what a crazy day. 49 more words


Songs From Across the Country

Every band has that one song about a city or place. Whether the song is an ode to the bands hometown, or a dis to a town they felt trapped in. 23 more words