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What's next for the Dodgers? With the divorce finally settled, what changes will we see in Los Angeles? The first question is ownership.  Will McCourt sell the team?  It seems like he'd like to keep the team but Bud Selig might not feel the same.  The Dodgers had a large TV contract...
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There are certain "mind games" both the hitter and the pitcher will play to disrupt  each other. They can have quite a negative effect on your opponent if you know what they are and how to use them properly.   As you advance to older levels of play, you will find that many...
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  Remember when John Henry, the geeky looking, personable owner of our beloved Boston Red Sox stared straight into the eyes of the Yankees and called them the "Evil Empire?" My how things have changed.  A "New Hope" was created, a curse was broken, two World Series were won, we re-...
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October is an interesting time of year in baseball from a historical perspective. For a Cubs fan you have some interesting anniversaries intersecting. Today, October 14 alone is a real feast for anyone who wants to chew on the Cubs ups and downs. It is the anniversary of the so-called "Bartman"...
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     The 2011-2012 offseason is going to be an interesting one for the Boston Red Sox. Already parting ways with their two-time World Series winning manager, Terry Francona, and recently allowing Theo Epstein to join the Chicago Cubs organization, it already has been a...
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Every year our family has a tradition of taking a baseball road trip.  This year we targeted Pittsburgh and we weren't disappointed.  Go early and catch the Ball Park Tour. They have a alley of Negro League statues and it is well done. Not only did we catch an amazing Pirates game that...
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(This article was written before Thome hit is 600th homerun, worth revisiting) Awhile ago, I received a considerable amount of criticism from a reader of my book "Baseball's Hall of Fame – Or Hall of Shame?" for suggesting in my work that Jim Thome should be viewed as nothing more than a borderline...
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I sincerely hope you don't have one of these two very common baseball hitting problems. If you are not relaxed at the plate you will have little chance for success as a hitter. And if you're not taking "the shortest route" to the ball you will have even less of a chance. I would venture that on any...
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Any baseball pitcher whoever steps on the hill must use checkpoints. Period. End of story. This is not debatable issue. Read how checkpoints will help you tremendously if you are a coach, a player, or a baseball parent and your son is struggling on the mound! Making good use of checkpoints is one...
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As I point out in my soon-to-be-released book MVP, one of the things that has always baffled me as a baseball fan is the inconsistency displayed through the years by the members of the BBWAA in their annual MVP voting. In some years, the writers seem to pay little attention to statistics in their...
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This day in baseball history

October 24

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    On October 24, 1996, the New York Yankees defeat the Atlanta ...

  • 1992

    On October 24, 1992, the Toronto Blue Jays become the first ...

  • 1972

    On October 24, 1972, Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson dies from ...

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