Braves by Decade: 1910s Boston Doves/Rustlers/Braves

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The 1910s saw the Dead Ball Era begin to fade. As the balls became less scuffed and doctored, they began to fly farther. By the end of the decade, a superstar named Babe Ruth emerged. The time also saw the banning of “syndicate baseball.” Up until that point, owners could invest in more than one […] READ MORE


Albert Pujols Ties Willie Mays on All-Time Home Run List

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Albert Pujols moved into a tie with Willie Mays for fifth place on the all-time home run list. His home run Sunday in the eighth inning of Carlos Estévez of the Colorado Rockies was the 660th of his career. 6️⃣6️⃣0️⃣!!! pic.twitter.com/O31nUhiqWu — Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) September 13, 2020 Career Milestones The home run is […] READ MORE


Luke Voit Homers Again As Yankees End Losing Streak

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After enduring a stretch of futility the franchise has only seen five times in the previous 24 years, the New York Yankees can finally exhale. A walk-off wild pitch on Saturday against the New York Mets snapped their seven-game losing streak. The losing streak saw late-inning blown leads, injuries, and Covid-19 cancellations, but an anemic […] READ MORE


The All-Time MLB Nickname Team

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MLB All-Time Nickname Team Nicknames and baseball players go together like bats and balls. Throughout history, some MLB players have been known by their nicknames only. The name could describe the players themselves, where they come from or a striking physical feature. Not all MLB nicknames are created equal, so the goal is to put […] READ MORE


2004 ALCS, Game Five: Boston Red Sox vs New York Yankees

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Welcome back to the “10 Greatest Games of All Time“. All apologies for the delay on the list, but sometimes, like these teams, we must persevere through adversity in our personal lives. Previously, we’ve looked at crazy pitching feats, nailbiters in the playoffs, and games that have ended curses in the Fall Classic. Today, we’ll […] READ MORE


Ten Baseball Books Worth Picking Up

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The baseball world was shaken up Thursday with the postponement of the 2020 MLB season due to the outbreak of coronavirus. MLB joined all of the other major-sports leagues in taking these precautions, leaving fans with a lot of downtime on their hands. Some will spend that time playing the newly released MLB: The Show […] READ MORE


Mariano Rivera Receives Presidential Medal of Freedom

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On Monday, President Donald Trump announced that Hall of Fame pitcher Mariano Rivera will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom. In a short while I will be presenting the New York @Yankees @MarianoRivera, the greatest relief pitcher (Closer!) of all time, with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in the East Room of the @WhiteHouse! — […] READ MORE


Babe Ruth Jersey Breaks Record for Most Expensive Piece of Sports Memorabilia

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Proving that he remains the biggest name in sports, a game-worn Babe Ruth jersey sold for a record-setting $5.64 million. The Babe’s New York Yankees uniform, dating to 1928-30,  was offered in an auction of items personally belonging to the slugger. The provenance of this item was likely an important contributing factor in the realization […] READ MORE



Albert Pujols: 2,000th RBI Joins Elite List

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Los Angeles Angels slugger Albert Pujols has joined the elite 2,000 RBI club. He becomes just the fifth player in MLB history to eclipse the milestone. READ MORE