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New Jersey vintage baseball team seeks players

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(photo courtesy of the Elizabeth Resolutes) The Elizabeth Resolutes, a vintage baseball club in Union County, New Jersey, is forming a new team called “ .” “This is a historically factual club that played in Plainfield, NJ, in the 1870s,” said Daniel Marcus, a player for the Elizabeth Resolutes. “We are currently looking for ballplayers to More...

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Wrigley Field bleachers
By R. Lincoln Harris On Friday, October 17th, 2014

Wrigley Field bleachers: A fond farewell

Demolition of the Wrigley Field bleachers began on Thursday, October 16. (R.L. Harris) Being a Chicago Cubs fan is more about Wrigley Field than it is about the team on the field. It sounds terrible, and even some More...

Derek Jeter memories
By Mike Viso On Sunday, September 28th, 2014

Derek Jeter provided numerous family memories

Derek Jeter’s heroic hit in his last at-bat in pinstripes, provided yet another magic memory for Yankee fans. (Al Bello/Getty Images) This article might be swallowed up like Jose Pirela’s single that made More...

Domino's pizza promotion
By R. Lincoln Harris On Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

Domino’s pizza promotion owes name to two Pirates of old

Dock Ellis won 138 games in a 12-year big league career, mostly with the Pittsburgh Pirates. But one of those wins stands above all the others, and it contributed an important term in baseball’s lexicon. More...

By Shawn Paul Wood On Sunday, May 4th, 2014
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The Hit List: 12 all-time worst baseball uniforms

So, there I am, trolling through the usual websites looking for a muse for another stroll down Major League Baseball’s Amnesia Lane when an advertisement caught my eye … and then elicited a response More...

baseball movies
By R. Lincoln Harris On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

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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