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Nick Laham, Getty Images

Derek Jeter, Baseball’s Ambassador, Has Retired, So Who is Next?

The 20 year career of New York Yankee Shortstop, Derek Jeter, came to an end yesterday with the end of the 2014 season. Not only did the Yankees lose a shortstop, but Major League Baseball lost a great ambassador.

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MLB, YouTube
MLB, YouTube

Whatever You Do, Don’t Fall Asleep at a Baseball Game!

A man was found asleep at a major league baseball game. He won't do that again.

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Former Chicago Cub Rick Monday (C) speaks while standing near a flag (Bottom-R) he rescued from being burnt by protesters more than thirty years ago at Dodger Stadium,
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Today is the Anniversary of Baseball’s Greatest Play by Rick Monday

Today is the 38th anniversary of what is considered by many to be the greatest play ever made in Major League Baseball. The play never involved a ball, a bat or a glove but it will go down as one of the most memorable.

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Schedule, Jeff Dorsey
Schedule, Jeff Dorsey

Why Do the Cards and Cubs Have A Day Off Today? Here’s Your Answer!

The St. Louis Cardinals are in first place and the Chicago Cubs are in last place after both opened their seasons on the road with the Cards winning in Cincinnati and the Cubs losing in Pittsburgh. Both games were by 1 to nothing scores.There are still 161 games to be played and a lot can happen between now and then. But you can't get to game 162 without playing game #2 next.  So you may be asking, "why do they play one game and have to take a day off before playing game #2?"  Well, here is your answer.

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Stephen Dunn/Getty Images
Stephen Dunn/Getty Images

Diamondbacks Selling a Colossal Corn-Dog for $25

It is that time of year. The Major League Baseball season began last weekend with the Los Angeles Dodgers playing the Arizona Diamondbacks in Australia. With the baseball season comes baseball food.  

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Mike Shannon, Getty images
Mike Shannon, Getty images

What? No Mike Shannon or John Rooney for the World Series?

Do the rest of you feel like I do in that I would like to listen to Mike Shannon and John Rooney do the play-by-play for the World Series on radio instead of Dan Shulman and Orel Hershiser of ESPN Radio? All due respect to the ESPN guys, but they don't know squat about the St

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Norm Hall/Getty Images

Shame on You, Ryan Braun! The Fans and The Game Deserve Better

With the suspension of Ryan Braun this week by Major League Baseball, get ready for the shoe, or should I say cleats, to fall on several other big stars of the game. The list behind Braun is long and it included Alex Rodriguez, as well. Baseball has a big problem and they have had it since the home run chase of Mark McGuire and Sammy Sosa back in 1998.

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Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

So What Has Been The Happiest Moment of Your Life?

I was watching the CBS News at 5:30 Monday night when they had a story about this guy who tweeted to a few thousand "tweetees" (for lack of a better term) a question of "What has been the happiest moment of your life?" Well, he was overwhelmed with the responses he got.  When asked by the reporter why he thought people were so responsive to his question he answered "people are just ready to be happy and remember the happy times". With the news as bad as it has been for as long as it has been, I have to agree with him.  So with all due respect to him, I would like to steal his question and ask you "What has been the happiest moment of your life so far?"  

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Steven Dunn / Getty Images
Steven Dunn / Getty Images

Just How Bad Were My Pre-Season Baseball Picks?

With the All-Star game behind us it is on to the second half of the Major League Baseball season.  It makes a good time to look back at my picks at the beginning of the season and see just where I am with my selections.

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Allison Joyce/Getty Images

Baseball Needs to Return the All-Star Game to Being an Exhibition Game…Without ‘Meaning’

The Major League Baseball season has reached the midway point of its season with the 2013 All Star Game on tap tonight in New York at Citi Field, the home of the New York Mets.  A few years ago it was determined that the winner of this game between the American League All-Stars and the National League All-Stars would gain the home field advantage in October's World Series. When that decision was made, I was against the idea and I still am today.

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