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  • History of the New York Yankees  By : Rich Stephenson
    If thereís a professional baseball team that has made the finest mark in history, it would be the New York Yankees.
  • Dodgers Baseball History  By : Rich Stephenson
    The official major league baseball team of Los Angeles is the Dodgers. They belong to the Western Division of the league. The team was established as early as 1883 with New York as its first hometown.
  • Ty Cobb: The First Millionaire in Professional Sports  By : David Thoreau
    Ty Cobb was the first man inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame and the first professional athlete to become a millionaire. Here is how he did it.
  • Fantasy Sports History  By : sportsgalore
    A fantasy sport is a game where participants can manage imaginary teams of almost every major sport. Itís not as easy as it seem though, like playing some online or video game where you get to control players, in fantasy sports the real performance of the players you select is the basis for scoring allowing you to create your very own NBA celebrity all star game.
  • Baseball Cards: Book Value And What It Means  By : Jim Hofman
    The normal first step in this process is acquiring a standard baseball card price guide, which are readily available at any magazine stand, book store, or library. Just about every baseball card ever produced is listed in these price guides. So
    far, the process of determining worth seems pretty straightforward, but it's about to get complicated.
  • Baseball Card Values: 5 Key Factors  By : Jim Hofman
    If you've just stumbled across a long forgotten box of baseball cards, the first thing to do is take a deep breath and gather some realistic expectations. While your baseball cards likely have some value, it'll pay off if you educate yourself on how
    old baseball cards are valued and priced.
  • Major League Baseball History  By : Altius Directory
    This article provides Major League Baseball history, organs, when Major League Baseball starts, ends, playoffs and America league, National league and MLB Teams.
  • History of the World Series of Baseball  By : CHANDRAMOHAN
    The World Series championship is determined through a best-of-seven playoff. Best-of-seven has been the format of all the modern World Series except in 1903, 1919, 1920 and 1921 when the winner was determined through a best-of-nine playoff. The Series winner is awarded the World Series Trophy, as well as individual World Se
  • The Top 10 Best Cincinnati Reds of All-time  By : Luke Jernigan
    Below you will find my Best Cincinnati Reds of All-Time list, ranked #10 through #1. Many of these positions were very difficult, none moreso than deciding on #1 versus #2 on the list. You will notice the heavy presence of Big Red Machine players from the 1970's.
  • Rays Nearly Sweep the Best Team in Baseball  By : Andrew Nuscis
    Yes you read that right. The Rays nearly swept the best team in baseball this week dealing with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. The Angels have a near impossible lead to give up and they are struggling with complacency now as they have dropped two series in a row.
  • Wrigley Field: The Renovation of a Great Ballpark  By : smitharticles
    For baseball lovers, there are a few ballparks left that continue to inspire. Many can say these parks include Fenway in Boston (which happens to be the oldest ballpark left standing), Yankee Stadium (the house that Ruth built- now moving to the lot next door) and Wrigley Field- the home of the Chicago Cubs. Wrigley Field being one of the last great ballparks and also the second oldest
  • The Best Closers in MLB History  By : Derek Meuller
    A baseball closer is the last line of defense. Closers are responsible for saving (or blowing) hundreds of games each year. A closer has to be tough, confident, and skilled and closers have to have thick skin. They can be anointed the hero, and criticized greatly all in the same week. They have to have a short memory, and continue to do their job with passion and confidence. One pitch can make or break a game, so a closer has to be clutch.
  • The Future Is Not In The Cards  By : Jim Brown
    When you think about Major League Baseball, you begin to realize that the sport is more of a memory than a constant and consistent reality. Baseball fans smile and remember the old days when you could go to the ballpark, have some peanuts, maybe some cracker jacks and collect cards with the players pictures on them so you knew who they were and what their averages and statistics looked like.

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