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Catcher Buster Posey, seen here during a spring training workout Sunday, has been told by the San Francisco Giants that he should avoid blocking home plate. Posey broke his leg on a scoring play at the plate last season. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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Gary Carter slides over home plate during a New York Mets game in the 1989 season. The Hall of Fame player died Thursday, of brain cancer. Rick Stewart/Getty Images hide caption

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Mike Napoli of the Texas Rangers reacts after first base umpire Ron Kulpa calls Matt Holliday of the St. Louis Cardinals safe in the fourth inning of game three of the World Series.

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Juan Carlos Oviedo, seen here closing a game for the Marlins under the name Leo Nunez, remains in the Dominican Republic after admitting falsifying documents.

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Relief Pitcher Admits Living A Lie, And Then Life Gets Complicated

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Jeffrey Quick, 69, holds a family photo of his parents and Lou Gehrig's mother as he and his wife, Joan, stand in their dining room. On the table next to them is a glove signed by Gehrig's Yankees teammates — a gift from Christina Gehrig. Matt Rainey/Matt Rainey for NPR hide caption

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After 57 Years, Man Looks To Sell Rare Gehrig Memorabilia

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