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What Would Make Cecil Cooper a Hall of Famer?

One of my favorite players as a kid was Cecil Cooper. I don’t know if it was because he hit .352 the year I turned ten, because I thought he was so much better than the guy the Sox got from Milwaukee for him (George Scott), or because he just looked so damn cool. 1,334 more words


Encouraging Gesture

Jackie Robinson was the first black person to play major league baseball. While breaking baseball’s color barrier, he faced jeering crowds in every stadium.

While playing one day in his home stadium in Brooklyn, be committed an error. 96 more words

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Navy Major League Uniform Insignia - Ratings for Ballplayers

One of the areas I spend time focusing my collecting in is with the navy enlisted rating insignia. For those of you who are neck-deep strictly in baseball memorabilia collecting, … 1,229 more words


Redemption game

Rich Hill showed why the Dodger front office traded for him, Cory Seager showed why he’s the best rookie in baseball, Yazmani Grandal showed why fans shouldn’t worry about a slump in the postseason, Joe Blanton showed why one pitch won’t define his 2016 season, Yasiel Puig showed why you shouldn’t count him out, and even Josh Reddick managed to accomplish something productive tonight. 674 more words

The Until We Meet Again Tour - 15 July 2016

The Until We Meet Again Tour began in the offices of the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations with an afternoon of recycling programmatic files. Then I hopped the 7 train and rode one stop to transfer to the D. 137 more words


Seager adds twins to his triplets and the Dodgers are building momentum

By Cary Osborne

This story wasn’t supposed to be about Corey Seager. A lot of other people were going to get some limelight.

But then Seager commandeered this lead in the bottom of the seventh inning by hitting a two-run home run off Alexi Ogando halfway up the Right Field Pavilion… 441 more words