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Welcome to The Baseball Page!

Baseball is more than a sport, more than a national pastime.  It’s a culture build by passionate fans.  We recently asked our members why they are passionate about baseball.  Here are some of their responses:

“Baseball is a world unto itself. Understand baseball and you understand life. The games, the stats, the history, the players - what's not to love? I love seeing a play in a game that I've never seen before. Just when you think you've seen it all...  “(Andre Lower)

“Baseball is like a dog or a baby, something you love or loves you without remorse.”  (Bill Vanwormer)

“For me, it’s the history of the game, the hope that this will finally be the year for the Cubs, the unfolding drama of each season, the unfolding drama of the games themselves, the fun of comparing stats, the arguing over who belongs in the Hall of Fame. “(Cubs Anappreciation)

Here at The Baseball Page, we passionately believe that the best way to enjoy the game is to be able to experience it through all mediums - articles, blogs, pictures, videos and interactive community.  We are committed to giving you the best baseball experience in the world; an experience that lets you get lost in the stories of the game, whether they happened yesterday or 140 years ago. 

Best of all, you can participate - share your stories, share your pictures, share your point of view.  


Enjoy!


 
 

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