Braves by Decade: 1940s Boston Bees/Braves

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In the 1940s, the world went to war with itself for the second time. Shots were fired, and bombs fell as The Allies and The Axis did battle. This had a profound impact on the Major Leagues. The war years saw multiple superstars head off to serve the country. Ted Williams and Joe DiMaggio were […] READ MORE


Braves by Decade: 1930s Boston Braves/Bees

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The 1930s were an era of extreme hardship in America. The Great Depression took its toll on everything, tanking the economy. However, in baseball, Babe Ruth continued his superstardom. He signed a $160,000 contract with the Yankees in 1930. This made him the highest-paid player in the game. In fact, his salary was higher than […] READ MORE


Johnny Vander Meer Hurls Two Consecutive No-Hitters

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Welcome Back! We’re chugging right along here on the “Top 10 Games of All Time” series. After looking at Number Eight from the ALCS, we move to Number Seven, which is in the regular season. This isn’t a singular game (cheating? no. Twofer? yes!), but instead a pair of consecutive games. This pair is from […] READ MORE