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Derek Jeter belongs on Yankees Mt. Rushmore

Derek Jeter

Number 2. The Captain. Mr. November. Whatever you call him, Derek Jeter belongs among the greatest Yankees ever. It was just last week, when putting together my hater’s list, that I begrudgingly put Derek Jeter in my top 10. I acknowledged the rumors of some of his more colorful off the field activities, yeah Jeets. But really this is a celebration More...

by Mike Viso | Published 8 months ago

top Baseball video games
By Chol Souders On Thursday, January 23rd, 2014
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Top 10 baseball video games of all time

MVP Baseball 2005 takes top honors. With the announcement that R.B.I. Baseball’s video game franchise is making a comeback this season, I decided to compile a list of what I and many around me consider the More...

R.B.I. Baseball
By Chol Souders On Thursday, January 23rd, 2014
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R.B.I. Baseball video game to return in 2014

In an awesome announcement last week, MLB Advanced Media revealed the fan-favorite R.B.I. Baseball video game will be making a comeback in 2014. This news could not have come at a better time, with football season More...

Take me out to the ballgame has a much greater meaning to fans who love the game within the game.
By Jake Mastroianni On Wednesday, January 15th, 2014
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Baseball much more than just a game

Take me out to the ballgame has a much greater meaning to fans who love the game within the game. What baseball means to me isn’t exactly what it means to a die-hard baseball fan, and it definitely isn’t what More...

bunting
By Matthew Orso On Thursday, November 28th, 2013
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Bunting alive, well in Dollywood

Not everyone thinks bunting is a lost art. (baseball.about.com) Those who believe the era of bunting in baseball is over haven’t met 90-year old Dorothy Juba of Park Ridge, N.J. Juba, an avid baseball fan More...

Wonder what this conflicted guy is thinking right now?
By Mike Viso On Thursday, October 31st, 2013
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A Red Sox win from a Yankees fan’s point of view

Wonder what this conflicted guy is thinking right now? People love sports because it’s true reality. It has all the elements of intrigue mixed with human emotions — hate, love, joy, perseverance, drama, More...


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