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Position by Position: Second Base

As Spring Training begins, Talk Cubs is starting a series highlighting each position on the Cubs, from First Base to the Bullpen. Talk Cubs will be posting a new position each day, and each preview includes last season’s stats, projections for 2017, and possible injury replacements. 920 more words

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Baseball's Proposed Rule Change Will Enrage Purists (And Me)

Oh, you don’t like fist pumps? Hate pimping a home run? Think bat flipping should be punishable by firing squad? Well, then I got news for your old timers, we’re just going to pluck a dude off the bench and throw him on second base to start extra innings, how do ya like that for playing the game the right way? 437 more words

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A Really Bad Idea

Sports Illustrated reports that major league baseball is considering a rule change that would apply only to extra-inning games.  Under the proposed rule, starting in the 10th inning, every team coming up to bat would begin their inning with a runner already on second base. 435 more words

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Top 10 Second Basemen for 2017

Top 10 Lists for 2017: Click the link to view my other lists. Links will be populated as lists are published.

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Bisexuality, a Useful Party Trick

“So would you, like, date a girl?”

asked the man from my latest failed date, my coworker, GYM.

We got into this conversation like it usually comes up. 809 more words

Hall of Fame Hopefuls- Second Basemen

Second basemen tend to be the smaller, less powerful players on a team.  Most are good base runners, and most hit for a high average.  Like at first base, there are twenty second basemen inducted in the Hall of Fame, ranging from Rogers Hornsby to Johnny Evers.   489 more words

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#9- Rogers Hornsby, 2B

Year Inducted: 1942 (BBWAA, ballot #5, 182/233)

Score: 51274

In 1921, the hit movie The Sheik debuted.  It became such a hit that certain segments of the country became enthusiastic about things that sounded “Arabian”.   524 more words

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