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Los Angeles Dodgers' Matt Kemp has setback in rehab
By: John Atchison
The Los Angeles Dodgers got off to a tremendous start in 2012, and that was thanks to the exploits of Matt Kemp. The outfielder was leading the National League in home runs and RBIs. He was far and away the runaway pick early on for...
By: Michael Darowski
On Friday, October 6, 2006, baseball lost a great ambassador, personality, and storyteller when John "Buck" O'Neil passed away a few weeks short of his 95th birthday. O'Neil had been admitted to the hospital on September 16th with extreme fatigue. O'Neil's was a life in...
By: Dale Hoskin
Barry Bonds and Major League Baseball's Home Run Record To asterisk or not to asterisk, that is the question. Whether it is nobler to suffer the slings and arrows of frustrated sports writers. Okay, I'll stop. If it appears that I'm treating this situation cavalierly...
MLB player profiles: Pablo Sandoval
By: Zach Sandberg
The San Francisco Giant's corner infielder/catcher Pablo Sandoval was born August 11, 1986 in Puerto Cabello, Carabobo, Venezuela. He was signed by the San Francisco Giants as an amateur free agent back in 2003. His minor league career started off slow. At age 17, he...
By: T.C Leonard
I read this article title and kind of shook my head. 756 home runs will make Barry Bonds the face of professional sports in America, whether we like it or not. At this moment picking Barry over Glavine and A-Rod is a no-brainer. However, with...
By: Thom W. Conroy
As a large man that stood 6 feet 4 inches and weighed 198 pounds, baseball great Willie McCovey played most of his professional career as a team mate of the amazing Willie Mays, and it seems his true ability was never fully recognized by most...
By: Leroy Coffie
Iron Lou Gehrig The luckiest man on earth Heroes of baseball Lou Gehrig was the first of the iron men of baseball. From 1925 to 1939, Lou Gehrig played 2130 consecutive baseball games for the New York Yankees. Incredibly, Lou Gehrig hit 493 homeruns and...
The best left fielders in the history of baseball
By: Art West
There have been may great Left Fielders in baseball history. The first player that comes to my mind is my all-time favorite player, Billy Williams of the Chicago Cubs. Billy Williams is in the Hall of Fame with a career batting average of .290, 2...
Who are the best hitters in baseball- past, present and future?
By: Matt Contreras
There have been many great hitters over the past 100 years. Such as Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, etc. In my opinion, I like the player who helps their team win as many games as they can. From the past, I’m...
New York Yankees all-time win leading pitchers
By: William Menna
In the history of the New York Yankees, 16 pitchers have totaled more than 100 wins with the team. The top five New York Yankees' all-time wins leaders include three pitchers with more than 200 wins and three Hall of Famers. Whitey Ford: 236 wins...

 

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