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Why Cubs-Cardinals throwback game isn’t fully authentic

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Chicago Cubs throwback games could use a little more throwback. The Chicago Cubs are celebrating the centennial of Wrigley Field this season by having throwback games on each homestand. The 1910s — the first decade that baseball was played at what we now call Wrigley Field — was commemorated by the Cubs and Diamondbacks on April 23, and More...

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By R. Lincoln Harris On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
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The greatest stretch of baseball movies happened 25 years ago

Late ’80s baseball movies — Bull Durham, Major League, Field of Dreams, Eight Men Out and The Naked Gun. The earliest example of a baseball movie is Casey at the Bat, made by Thomas Edison in 1899. More...

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By Matthew Orso On Tuesday, April 8th, 2014
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Don Larsen: Not perfect in ’62, but key contributor to Giants postseason run

Don Larsen is best known for his perfect game with the Yankees in the 1956 World Series. But his contributions in 1962 were critical during the San Francisco Giants’ postseason run. Don Larsen will forever More...

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By Shawn Paul Wood On Thursday, March 20th, 2014
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The Hit List: Nine best baseball books of all time

Recently, I have been perusing the fine work of John Feinstein’s book, “Where Nobody Knows Your Name.” In a word: brilliant. This book’s focus is the minors, specifically triple-A. You More...

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By Shawn Paul Wood On Sunday, March 9th, 2014
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The Hit List: 11 best ever Tommy John surgery comebacks

The surgery’s namesake and its mad scientist. Last week, Through the Fence Baseball memorialized a man who has easily had one of the biggest impacts on baseball — Dr. Frank Jobe, the progenitor of the More...

Few have changed the game like this guy.
By Shawn Paul Wood On Saturday, March 8th, 2014
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RIP: Dr. Frank Jobe, father of Tommy John surgery (1926-2014)

Few have changed the game like Dr. Frank Jobe. It was 1974, in the middle of July, when a Los Angeles Dodgers ace pitcher was mowing down Les Expos. In the top of the third inning, something went awry — two More...


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