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Baseball Lifer Dallas Green, First Phillies Manager to Win a World Series, Dies at 82

1980 World Series at Veterans Stadium

Dallas Green, the old-school, gruff baseball lifer who spent over four decades in the game, died Wednesday at the age of 82.  Green had an impact as a player, manager and front office executive and is best remembered as the manager who led the Philadelphia Phillies to the first World Series title in franchise history in 1980. Green was signed by More...

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The Chicago Cubs' Addison Russell celebrates after his grand slam against the Cleveland Indians during the third inning of Game 6 of the World Series Tuesday in Cleveland.
By Frank Pimentel On Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016
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World Series Game 7 Will Be Glorious

The Chicago Cubs’ Addison Russell celebrates after his grand slam against the Cleveland Indians during the third inning of Game 6 of the World Series Tuesday in Cleveland. Well, here we go. Put all your cards More...

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By Rocco Constantino On Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
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Eddie Robinson, Last Living Member of 1948 Cleveland Indians, Makes Trip To World Series

On October 11, 1948, the Cleveland Indians stood on the precipice of the second World Series title in their long and storied history.  They had won the historic, best-of-nine series over the Brooklyn Dodgers and More...

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By Frank Pimentel On Monday, October 24th, 2016
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Battle Of The Brain Trust On Display For This Fall Classic

Before the first pitch is thrown tomorrow night in Cleveland, there are two men at the forefront of the matchup in this Fall Classic. No, I’m not talking about Game 1 starters Jon Lester and Corey Kluber More...

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By Clayton Richer On Wednesday, October 5th, 2016
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MLB Playoffs Draw Attention to the Chicago Cubs

The Chicago Cubs are making great progress. They have already garnered an impressive 103 victories; this is 8 more victories than any other team in Major league baseball. If they continue along this trajectory, More...

Original Mets (l. to r.) Rod Kanehl, Jim Hickman, Gil Hodges, Frank Thomas and Charlie Neal.
By Rocco Constantino On Saturday, June 25th, 2016
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Original Met Jim Hickman Dies At 79

Jim Hickman, the centerfielder for the New York Mets for their first win in franchise history and the player who drove home Pete Rose to win the 1970 Major League Baseball All-Star Game died Saturday at the More...

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By Rocco Constantino On Wednesday, May 25th, 2016
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Jake Arrieta Inches Closer To Carl Hubbell With 20th Straight Win

Jake Arrieta didn’t have his best start for the Chicago Cubs on May 25, but that didn’t stop him from moving closer to an incredible record that has survived for nearly 80 years.  With the Cubs 9-8 More...

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By Rocco Constantino On Wednesday, April 20th, 2016
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Underrated Pitcher Milt Pappas Dies at 76

On August 10, 1957, Milt Pappas stood on the mound of Memorial Stadium ready to make his Major League Debut as an 18-year old fresh out of Cooley High School in Detroit.  With close to 37,000 people in the stands More...

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By Rocco Constantino On Thursday, February 25th, 2016
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Top 300 Moments that Shaped Major League Baseball Preview: NL Central

Starting on March 1, Baseball Hot Corner will rank the Top 300 moments that shaped baseball history.  All moments from 1900 forward are eligible and the list includes moments from on and off the field.  There More...

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By Mark Gallant On Wednesday, February 17th, 2016
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Top 10 Third Basemen for 2016

While there is plenty of talent around the league— especially young talent— third base might have the most. Last year, 8 of the top 30 position players (based on fWAR) were 3rd basemen, and in Steamer’s More...








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