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Team Jarrin takes over Spanish radio broadcasts

By Jon Weisman

For the first time, Hall of Fame broadcaster Jaime Jarrin and his son Jorge will form the broadcast team for the Dodgers’ Spanish radio broadcasts on KTNQ 1020 AM. 149 more words

Vin Scully

Good-bye, Mr. Sunshine

Ernie Banks is gone. He was the first African American to play for the Chicago Cubs, and has forever since been “Mr. Cub.”

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Baseball

Trading with a Fly

I am finally getting around to posting about the many trade packages that arrived during the holidays.  Again, I apologize to those of you that sent these amazing cards to me; perhaps someday in the near future you can forget to post about cards I send to you. 353 more words

Red Sox

Chavez Ravining Trade

Today, we have the second of the trades from the tale end of 2014, this a much smaller swap with Chavez Ravining.  USPS ate my tracking code, but he assured me the cards I sent arrived.   126 more words

Sports Cards

Players Who Didn't Make my Baseball Bloggers Alliance Hall of Fame Ballot

If you’d like to see who I did vote for, click here.

Just as a reminder, the BBA used a binary ballot, meaning there was no limit to how many players you could vote for. 1,906 more words

Boston's ties to the Olympics

In Boston, the U.S. Olympic Committee chose a a site for its 2024 Olympic bid that has never been an official Olympic bid city before. 452 more words

Olympics

Nomar: the Hall of Fame career that wasn’t

From: The Boston Globe

The drumbeat of Pedro Martinez’s Hall of Fame candidacy resounded with the same air of anticipation and inevitability that accompanied a two-strike count when he occupied his stage at Fenway Park. 1,360 more words

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