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 Baseball Hall of Fame manager Sparky Anderson dies at 76
Baseball Hall of Fame manager Sparky Anderson dies at 76
Sparky Anderson, the first major league manager to win a World Series in both the American and National Leaguesdied Thursday of complications from dementia, according to a statement released Thursday from his family. picked by Bornbad 10 months ago
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 MLB Fetes Gehrig's 'Luckiest Man' Speech at 70
MLB Fetes Gehrig's 'Luckiest Man' Speech at 70
Major League Baseball will honor the 70th anniversary of Lou Gehrig*’s “luckiest man” retirement speech tomorrow, part of a campaign against the disease that now bears his name.
“It’s one of the great moments in American sports and, arguably, American popular culture,” a professor says of the speech.

*greatest baseball player in history (in my opinion) picked by Bingo 2 years ago
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 ***BASEBALL SPOILER ALERT*** American League Wins All-Star game
***BASEBALL SPOILER ALERT*** American League Wins All-Star game
In the longest All-Star Game in history, Michael Young's sacrifice fly delivered the final blow, allowing the AL to defeat the NL in 15 innings, 4-3. In the 79th Major League Baseball All-Star Game, it was a memorable finish to perhaps the final national event held on the storied Bronx stage. picked by Chamale 3 years ago
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  Japan shoplifter dies after two-beer heist
Japan shoplifter dies after two-beer heist
Japanese police arrested a supermarket manager today on suspicion of beating a man to death for stealing two cans of beer. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Baseball manager loses shoe in fight with umpire
Baseball manager loses shoe in fight with umpire
Film at 11.


More from a local source. On a positive note, his uniform is being auctioned off for charity. picked by suebe 3 years ago
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 "Parents"  sue metal baseball bat maker
"Parents" sue metal baseball bat maker
The family contends metal baseball bats are inherently unsafe for youth games because the ball comes off them much faster than from wooden bats. The lawsuit will also be filed against Little League Baseball and a sporting goods chain that sold the bat. picked by 2manyusernames 3 years ago
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 Red Sox Player's Dog Ate World Series Ball
Red Sox Player's Dog Ate World Series Ball
The confusion over the fate of the baseball from the final out of the 2007 World Series is apparently over, courtesy of one of the oldest excuses in the book. picked by mandolinorange 4 years ago
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 Former Beatles, Rolling Stones Manager, Allen Klein Dies
Former Beatles, Rolling Stones Manager, Allen Klein Dies
Music manager Allen Klein, a no-holds-barred businessman who bulldozed his way into and out of deals with the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, died Saturday in New York after a battle with Alzheimer's disease, a spokesman said.

He was 77. picked by suebe 2 years ago
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 Mom sues baseball coach for bad coaching
Mom sues baseball coach for bad coaching
A New York mother is suing her son's baseball coach for not teaching him to properly slide into a base. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Extreme Baseball
Extreme Baseball [video]
I'm as big a baseball fan as anywife, but trying to follow this video just makes my head hurt. picked by gnikgnok 4 years ago
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 Baseball's Mystery Mud
Baseball's Mystery Mud
Before every major league baseball game, rules require that the pristine white game balls be smeared with mud. And not just any mud. Since 1938, professional baseball teams have used "Lena Blackburne Baseball Rubbing Mud", made from a secret concoction that originates in a New Jersey swamp, harvested six times a year from two holes, the location of which remains a mystery. picked by bingo 2 years ago
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 Baseball players will swing pink bats on Mother's Day
Baseball players will swing pink bats on Mother's Day
For the second consecutive year, Major League Baseball players will have the opportunity to use pink bats on Mother’s Day.The pink bats are part of Major League Baseball’s Mother’s Day promotion “Going to Bat Against Breast Cancer,” which benefits the Susan G. Komen For The Cure Foundation. picked by sholom22 4 years ago
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 Ex-Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn Dies
Ex-Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn Dies
Former commissioner Bowie Kuhn, who lorded over baseball during 15 tumultuous years that saw players gain free agency and start the spiral of multimillion-dollar salaries, died Thursday. He was 80. picked by suebe 4 years ago
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 Robert C. Baker, Nugget Man, dies at 84
Robert C. Baker, Nugget Man, dies at 84
Robert who? You may not know the man, but you surely know of his invention: Robert C. Baker invented the chicken nugget (nicknamed the "Thomas Edison of poultry," he’s also a member of the American Poultry Hall of Fame. Sort of like the Baseball Hall of Fame, but for chicken). picked by bingo 2 years ago
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 All Star Prostitutes
All Star Prostitutes
More than 140 pimps, prostitutes and their customers were arrested in the Bay Area during "Operation Strikeout," which was scheduled to coincide with the crowd-drawing festivities of Major League Baseball's All-Star Game in San Francisco. picked by Bornbad 4 years ago
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 Teenage Girl Drafted By Japanese Baseball Team
Teenage Girl Drafted By Japanese Baseball Team
A Japanese baseball team drafted 16-year-old Eri Yoshida this weekend, giving her the chance to become the first woman to play professional baseball in Japan. picked by pvisi111 3 years ago
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 Why has the U.S. been safe since 9/11?
Why has the U.S. been safe since 9/11?
Have you ever wondered what has prevented any other major attacks on the US since 9/11? Bryan Fischer claims it's because of Major league baseball. The tradition of singing "God Bless America" is a prayer. picked by 2manyusernames 12 months ago
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 It's 42 Everywhere You Look
It's 42 Everywhere You Look
In baseball, that is, today.

Today marks the 62nd anniversary of the day Jackie Robinson crossed the color barrier in baseball and led millions of others to break through it not only in the sport but across American society, Robinson's legacy lives on in his credo: "A life is not important, except for the impact it has on other lives". picked by suebe 2 years ago
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 Largest Baseball Bat In The World
Largest Baseball Bat In The World
Without a doubt, this is the world's largest baseball bat, which can be found at the Louisville Slugger Museum, 800 West Main Street, Louisville, KY. It's 120 feet tall and said to be modeled after Babe Ruth's bat. picked by AutumnLotus 3 years ago
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 Real World Series a Possibility
Real World Series a Possibility
US has realized that the world extends beyond US baseball teams picked by zadscmc 2 years ago
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 Cardinals Apologize For Winning World Series
Cardinals Apologize For Winning World Series
"We were rooting for the Detroit Tigers just like everyone else."

BSNews from the Onion. picked by donteatpoop 5 years ago
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