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John Kennedy

Mainly a utility infielder, Kennedy spend 12 years in the major leagues, coming up with the Washington Senators in 1962 and finishing his career with the Boston Red Sox in 1974. 113 more words

AUDIO: Bob Costas Remembers St. Louis Start After Election to MLB Hall of Fame

(COOPERSTOWN, NY) – Bob Costas, who has passionately and poignantly called games and narrated the baseball experience for four decades, has been selected as the 2018 recipient of the Ford C. 568 more words


How the Astros Gave a Broken City Hope 

On August 28th, 2017, my girlfriend and I were at a friend’s house watching the Mayweather/McGregor fight. At first when we arrived, it began to rain. 723 more words



As every person with a Facebook account may know, I got tickets for some additional friends to see Hamilton. The second time for me -yes, I am guilty of theater gluttony- and the first time for Patty, one of my very first Los Angeles friends and favorite Customs employee, Renee, a musical long time friend, and Yoli, a brand new shiny penny I met through Andy and Renee this past year. 1,332 more words


Native son Tony Kubek hits two home runs in the 9-3 rout of the hometown Braves (October 5, 1957)

On October 5, 1957, in the first World Series game ever played in Milwaukee, native son Tony Kubek hits two home runs in the 9-3 rout of the hometown Braves, that puts his Bronx Bombers ahead two games to one in the Fall classic. 127 more words

Milwaukee Braves (1953 - 1965)

Off Season Update: Holiday Wrap-up

Well, the Astros are the reigning World Champions, much to the city of Houston’s glee. The parade through the streets of Houston, which had been nearly devastated just a few months earlier was a big encouragement to those who are still trying to rebuild their homes and lives after Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas coast in late August. 1,265 more words