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Baseball with Matt: Ozzie Smith Edition

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Matt Nadel here of Baseball with Matt with some more on America’s Pastime. There are many types of Hall of Famers: contact hitters, power hitters, power pitchers, clutch pitchers, all around hitters, speedsters, and many more. But the most rare group of HoFers is the group that includes players that are known… Continue reading

Baseball with Matt: Ryne Sandberg Edition

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Ryne Sandberg: A True Cub (Courtesy of centerfieldgate.com)

 

Matt Nadel here of Baseball with Matt with some more on the history of America’s Pastime. As it has been announced, Charlie Manuel was just fired from his job as manager of the Phillies and was replaced with Ryne Sandberg. I know what some… Continue reading

Baseball with Matt: Interview with former President George W. Bush

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Today I have a very special interview for you.  Probably my biggest one yet. It’s with a very famous political figure in American history and someone who I am very honored to have interviewed via email. He used to be the President of the United States, and actually co-owned the Texas Rangers for… Continue reading

Baseball with Matt: Tony Gwynn Edition

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Tony Gwynn at the Plate! Courtesy of baseballwithmatt.blogspot.com

 

Matt Nadel here of Baseball with Matt with another dose of baseball history. There are a lot of teams in baseball who have great histories, such as the Yankees, Dodgers, Cardinals, Tigers, Reds, Red Sox, and more. There are also some teams that don’t… Continue reading

Baseball with Matt: Tim Salmon

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Matt Nadel here of Baseball with Matt with some more of the history of America’s Pastime. Did you know that the Angels won the World Series in seven games in 2002 against the Giants? Well, if you didn’t, you just learned something new. Here’s another fun fact about the 2002 Angels: that… Continue reading

Baseball with Matt: “Mr. What’s a Strikeout?”

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Matt Nadel here of Baseball with Matt with some more on the history of America’s National Pastime. How many times do you think Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson struck out? The answer is 2,597, a record for most times struck out. Now how many times do you think Hall of Famer Joe… Continue reading

Baseball with Matt: Sam McDowell

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Matt Nadel here of Baseball with Matt with some more baseball history. I know that the Indians don’t have the greatest history of producing winning pitchers, except for Bob Feller and Satchel Paige. However, there was a certain pitcher on Cleveland that was pretty good, and if he had been on a… Continue reading

Baseball with Matt: Sandy Alderson Interview

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I have another interview for you! It is with Mets General Manager Sandy Alderson! I actually got to interview him live at his office in Citi Field and the video of the interview is on YouTube!

However, I’m not sure that you all know about Sandy’s history, so read the following paragraph in… Continue reading

Baseball with Matt: Phil Niekro

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Matt Nadel of Baseball with Matt here with some more on the history of America’s Pastime. Today, I will be telling you about one of the greatest pitchers in baseball history. This pitcher played for 24 years, won over 300 games, and managed to do that by playing on some pretty bad teams.… Continue reading

Baseball with Matt: Jordan Deitch and Mordecai Brown

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Matt Nadel of Baseball with Matt here with some more on baseball history. A couple of days ago, I talked with high school student Jordan Deitch about his pitching career and how important baseball is to him. He was a very interesting guy with a characteristic that is sadly similar to a… Continue reading

The Baseball Wright Brothers

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Matt Nadel here of Baseball with Matt with another dose of baseball history. I was looking at the list of Hall of Famers and I saw the Waners, Paul and Lloyd. I said to myself that they are probably the most famous brothers in the Hall of Fame. I might be a… Continue reading

Baseball with Matt: Ichiro Suzuki

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Matt Nadel here of Baseball with Matt with another dose of baseball history. Recently, my aunt Rie Suzuki told me that she loves Ichiro Suzuki (no relation)! Go figure, same last name. Anyway, she wanted me to write a post about Ichiro and I think he is one of the greatest Japanese… Continue reading

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