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Baseball: The Dishonorable Profession

 In the 1800’s engaging in baseball was the crudest form of endeavor. Baseballer’s were the bottom feeders of our society. They were on a level with men who chose acting as a profession. 556 more words

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World Series

The Centenary of the World Series comes on Saturday of the Atlanta Braves and Oakland Athletics which was an insane match up and if you wish to see the full stats of that clash have a look at  15 more words

"It was one of those Lucky Days when a Player can hit a pea"

Norman Arthur “The Tabasco Kid” Elberfeld earned his nickname for his aggressive play and violent temper.  In 1904 he described his greatest game in an  article that appeared in several newspapers: 511 more words

Warriors rally for split in Mack DH finale

ST. GEORGE – The 14U Snow Canyon Warriors hosted the Falcons of Henderson, Nevada, Saturday evening trying to keep their Connie Mack playoff hopes alive. 502 more words


Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - July 19, 2014

Is Fox Sports still not willing to talk about “dead guys” because of a 1990’s mentality? Time to break that.

Baseball takes place in the past, present and future all at the same time. 102 more words

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Time travel....1910

During the first decade of the 20th Century cartoon ads from Underoof Bourbon and Rye Whiskey appeared regularly in Chicago newspapers. The image above is referring to pitcher and future Hall of Famer… 366 more words

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