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“Pitching always beats batting — and vice-versa.” Yogi Berra

Last Saturday August 1, 2015 baseball history was made. For the first time the reigning league MVP’s faced each other in a game. Well it’s sorta true. Thanks to the not so great idea of interleague play, it happened during the regular … Continue reading

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And on the seventh day He rested…..And the RBI Machine Played Golf…..

That machine was Lou Gehrig, the “Iron Horse”. Some things you may or may not know about Lou Gehrig. Four times he had over 160 RBI in a season, with a high of 184 in 1931. In one other season, 1937, he … Continue reading

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