Top Moments in MLB Opening Day History

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MLB Opening Day is like New Years Day for baseball. Significant events, memorable events, and bizarre events have all occurred on baseball’s annual rebirth. For instance, the 1923 New York Yankees season was a special one. Not only did they open the original Yankee Stadium, but it ended with the Yankees winning the first of 27 World […] READ MORE


Spring Training: The Short Season

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Spring Training: The Short Season A Cyclical Rebirth Life is a series of cycles much akin to the seasons of the year. We begin in the spring with our birth and travel into adulthood with the summer. In the fall our hair starts to gray and with winter the leaves descend and our cycle ends. […] READ MORE


Actor Chadwick Boseman, Portrayer of Jackie Robinson, Dead at 43

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On the day that Major League Baseball is celebrating Jackie Robinson and his legacy, the man who played Robinson in the critically-acclaimed biopic 42 has died. Chadwick Boseman was 43. The actor had been fighting colon cancer for four years, according to a statement released by his family.  42 Actor Chadwick Boseman Dead at 43 pic.twitter.com/aZ2JzDf5ai […] READ MORE


2020 MLB Important Dates to Remember

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MLB Announces 2020 Regular Season Schedule Monday, MLB officially announced the 2020 regular season schedule. Within that announcement, came other exciting news including what dates to circle on the calendar. As is the case every season, there are always special dates that you don’t want to miss. First of all, the most important date on […] READ MORE


Larry Doby Makes History 73 Years Ago Today

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Historical Landmark for Baseball Today is a historical date in many ways for the Cleveland Indians and their fans. Seventy-three years ago today, Larry Doby made history. Doby became the first African-American player to appear in a game in the American League. On this day in 1947, Larry Doby became the first Black player in […] READ MORE


1956 World Series, Game 5: New York Yankees vs Brooklyn Dodgers

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We’re back with another edition of “Top 10 Games of All Time“. Last game, we shone the spotlight on a pitcher, Johnny Vander Meer. For Number Six, a new pitcher will step into the spotlight. That pitcher is Don Larsen of the New York Yankees for his game in the 1956 World Series. Let’s get […] READ MORE


Reliving History: 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers

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Taking a Look Back at 1955 and “Dem Bums” Moving along in the “Reliving History” series, the focus shifts to the Brooklyn Dodgers, specifically the 1955 Dodgers. In the 1950s, they faced a span of futility when it came to the postseason. Leading up to 1955, Brooklyn had lost four consecutive World Series over the […] READ MORE


The Best Multi-Sport Athletes In MLB History

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Nothing fills the minds of a young kid more than the dream to be a professional athlete in their favorite sport. Only a precious few get to see those dreams transform into a reality. An even smaller percentage of those precious few, posses the talent to be multi-sport athletes, and thrive in multiple sports in […] READ MORE


Four Inspirational Sports Quotes From MLB Players

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The history of sports is filled with a surplus of quotes. These can be both entertaining and inspirational alike. Yogi Berra became a pop culture icon for his famous sports quotes. He said all sorts of things ranging from, “It ain’t over ‘til it’s over,” and “I can’t hit and think at the same time.” […] 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