1. Baseball Players Who Were Good Despite Themselves

    Every kid who collected baseball cards remembers them. For every Mike Schmidt, Ken Griffey Jr., Bo Jackson and Cal Ripken there was a Rick Rueschel or Charlie Kerfeld...

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  2. Top 10 Dumbest Moments in Baseball History

    Baseball has had some memorable moments. Who can ever forget that iconic home run Bobby Thompson hit against the Dodgers in 1951? Where were you when Game 6 of the 2011 World Series ...

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  3. 5 Reasons You Can't Blame Mike Shanahan for RG3's Serious Injury

    Robert Griffin III (RG3) has had one of the truly remarkable seasons of any rookie quarterback this year. He is an exciting player and ranks at or near the top in almost every offensive category as quarterback...

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  4. Boston Red Sox Facts That Are Truly Fascinating

    After visiting every major league baseball stadium over the last 15 years and despite being a lifelong Houston fan, the Boston Red Sox just feel like a wonderfully historic franchise...

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  5. Houston Astros: Greatest All-Time Roster at Each Position

    Since their founding in 1962, the Colt 45s/ Houston Astros have put many great players on the field. Did you ever wonder what kind of powerhouse team they would be if all the greatest ...

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  6. Rethinking the Steroid Era and the Hall of Fame for Bonds, Clemens and Sosa

    Update: January 9, 2012: Today at 2pm EDT we will learn he impact of the Steroid Era on all of those players, guilty or not, who played at this time...

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  7. The 20 Most Obscure 'Firsts' in Baseball

    In his book, Is This a Great Game or What? , ESPN analyst Tim Kurkjian wrote, “Baseball is the only major sport in which some of the standard-bearers have been dead for fifty ...

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  8. The Houston Astros Blueprint for How to Destroy a Franchise in 7 Years

    Drayton McLane clearly wanted to sell the Houston Astros . But, like any businessman, he was aware that investors aren’t interested in aging assets and high-priced players...

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