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What Makes Him so Special?

Great players are often defined by legacies, accomplishments, and other stellar achievements. When a great player has a team that fails, we put the onus, the blame, on them. 839 more words


A Hall of Fame Classic Interview with Tom Glavine

Hey baseball fans!

It’s time for another Hall of Fame Classic interview!! This one is with one of my favorite baseball pitchers ever and this specific pitcher was recently inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014: … 160 more words

Alex Rodriguez and Major League Baseball's Glaring Hypocrisy

As of today, Alex Rodriguez is better than Lou Gehrig-assuming you measure the two of them in turns of Runs Batted In. A-Rod is now in sole possession of 3rd on Major League Baseball’s list of all-time RBI leaders. 1,064 more words


Sodders continues family baseball legacy at RCC

Posted: May 27, 2015 | Written by: Edith Noriega

Left handed pitcher Austin Sodders, the youngest and the last to carry on the name has since lived up to the potential of his name since joining the Riverside City College baseball team. 405 more words


Lady Vintage Hall of Fame!

Every month Lady V London hosts this special competition for their fans where you can submit a picture of yourself wearing one of their dresses. The idea is that you should submit a picture that really shows of the dress in a creative and representing way as the winning picture can be used to promote the brand or said dress. 285 more words


Pete Rose in the Hall of Fame?


Pete Rose a standup guy? Yes, except the part where he was a liar, then admitted it, then ACCEPTED A LIFETIME BAN, then cheated on his taxes, then went to prison for cheating on his taxes…EXCEPT for all that other dishonorable bullshit…Yep, Pete’s a STANDUP GUY! 612 more words