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The average MLB salary is over $4 million and players still get $100 a day in meal money

According to an Associated Press study, the average MLB salary will break the $4 million mark for the first time in 2015, continuing a trend that has seen payrolls skyrocket due in part to increasing revenues from broadcasting deals. 440 more words


Spring Training Thoughts: Vince Coleman & The Chicago White Sox

The guy who some readers might remember for throwing a lit firecracker into a crowd of baseball fans that were waiting for autographs in the Dodger Stadium parking lot in July of 1993… is back in baseball. 791 more words


7 bizarre injuries that ruined your fantasy baseball season

Play fantasy sports long enough and you’ll have your night, week, or even entire season ruined by a key injury. But not all key injuries are created equal, and no matter your misfortune, you’ll have to admit you had it easy compared to the poor souls who owned the players detailed below. 671 more words


Five Statistical Facts about Cecil Fielder

“Big Daddy” Cecil Fielder was for a brief time one of the best home run hitters in baseball. Playing at the old Tiger Stadium for more than half of his career, we got to see a lot of upper deck shots launched at the classic ballpark. 359 more words


Fergie, Rickey, Luis and the Wizard Highlight 2015 Hall of Game Class.

The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) today announced the 2015 class of inductees into its Hall of Game. The announcement was made on the historic 95th anniversary of the founding of the Negro Leagues in Kansas City, Mo., by… 1,264 more words

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Rickey gets out a bit...

So, it’s been an eventful week for wallet card Rickey.  He’s been a great partner in crime and…lunch.  Unfortunately for him, he doesn’t have much protection in the money clip and well, since i’ve been biking to and from work, sometimes in the rain…he’s been getting damaged quite a bit.   462 more words

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It's a Shame You Are Not There: Hall of Fame Class of 2015

Every few ballots a player of great talent finally makes it into the Hall of Fame after a decade of close votes.  It took Jim Rice 15-years and a final close call of 76% to become forever enshrined.   1,003 more words

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