Ballparks: Huntington Avenue Grounds

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Greetings gung ho baseball traveler. Are you looking for your next baseball destination? Are you unconcerned with time travel and its possible effects on you? If so, look no further for a travel agent. Ben is the name, but my close friends call me Benjamin, or is it the other way around? Sometimes the old […] READ MORE


The Career of Chris Sale Ft. Python

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What makes has made Chris Sale one of MLB’s premier pitchers over the last decade? In this article, we will take a detailed look into the ace of the Boston Red Sox and how his pitch selection and his four-seam fastball has played a role in his rise to stardom. To accomplish this we are […] READ MORE


Justin Verlander Re-Signs With Houston Astros

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Ben Verlander broke the news Wednesday afternoon that his brother Justin Verlander would be returning to the Houston Astros on a one year deal. The deal is worth $25 million and it has a player option for 2023. The two-time Cy Young award winner missed all of 2021 recovering from Tommy John surgery. Verlander had declined […] READ MORE


NLDS Dodgers and Giants: A Rivalry Reborn

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The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants are set to renew their longtime rivalry in the NLDS beginning at 6:37 PM PDT on Friday night. It was an amazing NL West race this season by the 107-win Giants and 106-win Dodgers. The race came down to the final game of the season when each […] READ MORE


Gaylord Perry: A Shot to the Moon

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July 20, 1969, was a day like any other save for one thing, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon. After spending the previous day in lunar orbit, Armstrong and Aldrin climbed into the lunar module Eagle and headed for the moon. Leaving fellow astronaut Michael Collins orbiting in the command module Columbia, […] READ MORE



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


The Lovable Cleveland Spiders

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The Lovable Cleveland Spiders Lovable Losers It is human nature to want the best. And why not? What is wrong with striving to get to the top? Absolutely nothing. But, there is something to be said for being the worst. There is a certain lovable quality to hanging around at the bottom. The Ford Pinto, […] READ MORE



Cody Bellinger Emphasizes Difficulty of Breaking Baseball Records

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Cody Bellinger set a Major League Baseball record for the most RBI, 37, before May 1st during a Monday night game against the San Francisco Giants. He has had quite the historic first month, with a seemingly fictitious .434/.508/.906 slash line. His 14 home runs as of April 30th also tie a baseball record for the […] READ MORE