February 8, 2011 When Sarah calls the following a feat of breathtaking nerdiness, she means it with absolute affection. Larry Granillo at Baseball Prospectus has figured out what he believes is the exact game Ferris, Sloane and Cameron attended at Wrigley Field.
Chicago Cubs infielder Ron Santo in 1971. He died on Thursday.
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December 3, 2010 He knew "that you are lucky to play a game for a living," writes NPR's Scott Simon, and was a symbol of courage for other diabetics.
November 23, 2010 Reports of athletes performing lewd acts is nothing new in today's society. We read, we gawk, we move on. But sports author Jane Leavy says that if Mantle played during the digital age, he may have been saved from his troubles all along.
August 11, 2010 Bobby Cox is the fourth-winningest manager in the MLB -- but he's also been ejected a record 156 times in his career with the Braves and Blue Jays. Is there a correlation between yelling and winning? In Cox's case, it goes far beyond the W's.
August 4, 2010 Alex Rodriguez finally hit his 600th home run. It came at Yankee Stadium against Toronto.
Matt DeMavge checks out the bull atop the left outfield wall at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, N.C., home of Tampa Bay's Triple-A affiliate.
July 22, 2010 Major League Baseball's farm teams will start immediate testing of players human growth hormone.
June 11, 2010 Barry Bonds Wins Latest Court Round
June 8, 2010 The wait is over -- Stephen Strasburg makes his Major League debut with the Nationals tonight against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
October 30, 2009 There were some harsh words said about the Phillies baseball team on today's program. So as the World Series swings back to my hometown, I'd just like to offer 10 reasons why the Phillies will definitely win the World Series ...
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