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  • Manfred’s First Day

    Today is the day that Rob Manfred takes over as Major League Baseball’s first new commissioner in 23 years.  It will be interesting to see what changes might (o... Read more

    The 25 January 2015 by   Precious Sanders
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  • RIP Ernie Banks

    Lately, I seem to be catching all the big news while on the treadmill at the gym.  The problem with that is that I find myself having to be careful not to trip... Read more

    The 24 January 2015 by   Precious Sanders
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  • The Most Hated Oakland Athletics (according to My Readers)

    The “winner!”1.) Jim Johnson –This one doesn’t surprise me as it’s still fresh in everyone’s mind. I disagreed with the signing from the very beginning because... Read more

    The 22 January 2015 by   Gary
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  • Bud Selig Is “Comfortable”

    Bud Selig is down to his last handful of days as commissioner of baseball.  Selig took over baseball as chairman of the executive council in 1992, following... Read more

    The 17 January 2015 by   Precious Sanders
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  • Mark McGwire, My Childhood, and Why He Should Be in the HOF.

    It’s strange; when most baseball fans talk about iconic cards of their youths they will usually cite a  1952 Mickey Mantle, 1968 Nolan Ryan or even a 1984 Don... Read more

    The 16 January 2015 by   Gary
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  • An Overlooked Part of Off-season Throwing

    Like many baseball players, when I came out of the gym and starting throwing for real on a field once the season started, my arm was quite sore for a few days. Read more

    The 15 January 2015 by   Meachrm
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  • "You Can't Make This Stuff Up"

    I just finished reading the new autobiography by legendary sportscaster Al Michaels about his career behind the mic called "You Can't Make This Stuff Up:... Read more

    The 13 January 2015 by   Theomnipotentq
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  • “The Wasteland Called Huntington Grounds: Not Quite A Love Song,” by T.S. Eliot

    T.S. Eliot’s work appealed to me the most during my college English classes, and he remains one of my favorite poets of all time. Read more

    The 11 January 2015 by   Precious Sanders
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  • Thoughts on the Ben Zobrist Trade.

    Hard to understand what Billy is doing in Oakland. Turning over the entire roster and then trading away a top prospect for what? A couple of decent guys with... Read more

    The 10 January 2015 by   Gary
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  • “Home Run” Baker Had a Huge Dong.

    Hung like a horse.The following was re-printed from Robert W. Creamer’s book, Babe: A Legend Come to Life.Because of the Babe’s prowess, there were the... Read more

    The 10 January 2015 by   Gary
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