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Who Was a Better Hitter: Cobb, Ruth, or Wagner?

Hey baseball fans!

There’s a question on my mind that I, for the longest time, was never able to figure out the answer. The question is who is the best hitter from the first Hall of Fame class? 552 more words

Kobe Bryant's Muse

Last night Showtime premiered a documentary produced by and starring Kobe Bryant. The doc goes behind the stats to reveal the story of Kobe Bryant’s career, exploring the mentorships, allies and rivalries that have helped shape his stellar 18-year tenure in the NBA. 30 more words


Screeching Weasel - You'll Be in My Dreams Today

If you’ve not heard of Screeching Weasel, well, at least give this tune a listen without doing any background reading. Long story short, Ben Weasel knows how put a punk rock song together. 128 more words


Red Sox Great Pedro Martinez Moves to New York

Pedro Martinez will wear a Boston Red Sox cap in his Hall of Fame plaque, but that doesn’t mean he’s abandoning New York, where he played for the Mets after the Yankees… 124 more words

Five Statistical Facts about Bob Feller

According to Baseball-Reference’s Fan EloRater, only 13 pitchers put up better statistics than Bob Feller. Feller spent all 18 seasons of his big league career with the Cleveland Indians and 3 others fighting in World War II. 307 more words

Facts And History

Earl Lloyd Made History

Earl Lloyd, who became the first black player to appear in an N.B.A. game when he took the court for the Washington Capitols in October 1950, three and a half years after Jackie Robinson broke modern major league baseball’s color barrier, died on Thursday in Crossville, Tenn. 162 more words


The Facebook campaign that moved Brett Favre's ceremony

Brett Favre wasn’t the only one who pushed the Packers to include more fans in his Hall of Fame induction ceremony in July. Even as he pitched the idea in a nationally-televised interview, one Green Bay fan was already ahead of him. 303 more words