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The HoME 100: #40–31

Today, we keep chugging along, telling you why we’re right and ESPN is wrong. Check out the other posts in this series, as we examine ESPN’s recent top-100 list and our own. 2,084 more words

The HoME 100

Billy Southworth as a Brave and the challenges of alcohol (1946-1949)

Billy Southworth moved to manage the Boston Braves in 1946. At the time, making $50,000 as a manager was a big deal. He had some fairly quick success. 236 more words

Boston Braves

A Baseball Game at Quebec City's Stade Municipal

On July 5th, I attended a CAN-AM League baseball game between the Rockland Boulders and the Capitales de Quebec.

I was particularly interested in checking out the Capitales home park, the… 76 more words

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - June 14, 2016

Today I answered a question from super fan, @cu8sfan

@sullybaseball Who should have won the Cy Young Award for the other league in the years from 1956 to 1966?

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

This Day in Padres History - May 10, 2008

05/10/16 / Padres360.com / @Padres360

With the Padres’ 3-2 victory over the Rockies at Petco Park, Greg Maddux, on his fifth attempt, wins the 350th game of his career. 33 more words

San Diego Padres

We Need to Have a Talk About Matt Cain

By:  Jake Kucheck

Sure, writing this on the heels of a stellar, Cueto-at-his-best, artistic complete game shut out of the Padres feels a bit masochistic.  But solving problems is rarely painless, and the best way to celebrate winning is to figure out how to do more of it.   1,338 more words

100: The magical number

In baseball there is a number that is so sacred and  profound that no pitcher may exceed it.  Regardless of his size, endurance, and mental makeup a pitcher must exit a game after his hundredth pitch or risk a career ending injury.   316 more words