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A Baseball Family: The 2013 MLB Draft

 The 2013 Major League Baseball draft featured different players from all across the world uniting for the common dream of making the Major Leagues. Each player that signs with a team hopes to one day make the Major Leagues; a once in a life time opportunity. However some players I n this year’s draft were lucky… Continue reading

Barnstorming Baseball: New Jersey Edition

There was no hitting combination more feared in the 1920′s then Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig.  Pitchers would have nightmares if they had to face Ruth or Gehrig.  Babe Ruth was the sultan of swat; a man who never met a fastball he didn’t like.  Lou Gehrig was the model for baseball excellence; the heart and… Continue reading

Miguel Cabrera is the Joe DiMaggio of this Generation

Joe DiMaggio is widely considered to be the greatest right handed hitter in the history of Major League Baseball. To say anything in the New York area is considered blasphemous and punishable by banishment. My grandfather once told me that it was a privilege and honor to watch Joe DiMaggio swing the bat. It’s been a… Continue reading

Knowledge is Adorable: An 18 month old girl recites Baseball History

 I’m nineteen years old. My colleague Matt Nadel is fourteen years old. Without bragging, I consider us to be up and coming baseball historians. However while Matt and I show youthful exuberance in the work force, I feel we may have met out match.

18 month year old CC (Courtesy of blacksportsonline.com)

Matt Nadel tweeted out… Continue reading

Baseball with Matt: Sam McDowell

Hey baseball fans!


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

Mo Left His Stamp On Baseball

Enter Sandman.

No, not the classic Metallica rock hit that took airwaves by storm in the early 1990’s. I’m talking about the legendary, iconic New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera. According to a press conference, Rivera had recently hinted that this upcoming season will ultimately be his last in pinstripes, but that was mere speculation and… Continue reading

How to be a Great Hitter: With Baseball Hall of Famer Wade Boggs

All aspiring baseball players one day dream of playing the game professionally. However in order to achieve that dream, young players must master the fundamentals of the game. Kids especially need to practice the fundamentals in order to have a chance at the show. In order to better them in practice, it can help to hear the… Continue reading

Are Spring Training games worth watching?

A problem I run into as a baseball fan is determining when the season starts. Officially the regular season starts March 31st. However many passionate baseball fans feel differently. As for myself, the baseball season starts when I can watch the first Yankees’ Spring Training game in February.

George Steinbrenner Field (Courtesy of goflorida.about.com)

Many people call… Continue reading

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