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Kentucky's Best Baseball Players

For a lot of people where we come from is a point of pride. When we meet someone who hales from the same place as us there is often a sense of comradery. 143 more words


Willie Wells: Too early for history

By Mark Langill

In the personal collection of Pee Wee Reese, the former Brooklyn Dodger shortstop and team captain kept photos and clippings through the various stages of his career, from being a sandlot prospect in Louisville to his Hall of Fame ceremony at Cooperstown. 284 more words


Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - March 21, 2015

Yasiel Puig and Clayton Kershaw can rewrite the Dodger record books if they stay healthy. And the Dodger records for hitting are not as impressive as you would think a successful franchise would have. 35 more words


Is the HOF voting so different today?

It doesn’t take much effort to find a blog, a sports-radio show, a TV segment or an ESPN article that is currently bashing the BBWAA voting for the Hall of Fame, or bashing the Hall itself for its methods. 774 more words


The Best Baseball Player Born in Kentucky: Jim Bunning

A state clustered just above the south and east of the west, Kentucky is not well-known for its baseball players. A state with a greatĀ basketball tradition at the college-level, it’s not a big baseball factory. 177 more words

Facts And History

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Pee Wee Reese.

Pee Wee Reese would hold down the shortstop position for the Flatbush Bums from 1940-57 and for The Blue Crews inaugural season in 1958. 92 more words