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Depressing Retro Brewers Previews: 2004

thebrewersbar.com - We'll continue with the previews this weekend with a look at the 2004 Brewers -- another difficult year, although it can probably be seen as the last "bad" year before things really started to turn around.

Bring back Natty Boh

oriolepost.com - The Orioles have done a lot over the last few years to try and re-acquaint themselves with the immediate city-community. They put Baltimore back on the road-jerseys, the Orioles Reach Program has been a very visible and effective force in ...

2011 Orioles Fan Fest Quick Thoughts and Pictures…

oriolepost.com - The Baltimore Orioles 2011 FanFest is in the books. I'll have my thoughts later on, and so will James; however, I am going to let the pictures from this year's event tell the story.


Blast from the past: Ramirez, Damon together again, this time with Rays

www.sportsblognetwork.net - I knew the Tampa Bay Rays were interested in both Manny Ramirez andJohnny Damon, but I was stunned upon learning that the team signed the duo for a combined $7.25 million. Ramirez, 38, played with Damon, 37, on the Boston ...

Andruw Jones looking to revitalize career with Yankees

www.sportsblognetwork.net - Pitchers and catchers report in 23 days and, to be expected, the pickings on the free-agent market are slim. The biggest news in the past few weeks has been reliever Rafael Soriano signing with the New York Yankees. The 31-year-old ...

Cubs busy, but will have tough time contending in stacked NL Central

www.sportsblognetwork.net - The Chicago Cubs have not won a World Series since 1908, a painful 102 years ago. Their fans have thought ‘this will be the year’ year after year and their front office has been aggressive enough through free agency and ...


Stadium Construction Trends in Baseball and Football

www.rationalpastime.com - There are some interesting parallels and contrasts between MLB and NFL/AFL stadium trends. Both sports exhibit two distinct construction booms, including an expansion-era boom during 1960-1975 and a modern boom 1995-present. But first, some fun facts: •The average AFL/NFL stadium reached ...

Some MLB teams are cautious with young arms, but why?

www.sportsblognetwork.net - Perusing the internet as I do, I came across the latest piece by Sports Illustrated‘s Tom Verducci, which was a very interesting read. The best-selling author discussed young pitchers in the major leagues, and claimed many have been overworked by ...

Analyzing the inductees and those who fell short of call from Hall

www.sportsblognetwork.net - Members of the Baseball Writer’s Association of America vote on who is inducted into the Hall of Fame. This year, pitcher Bert Blyleven and shortstop Roberto Alomar had their name called and are now enshrined in Cooperstown. Others deserving of ...

Robbie Alomar and the Blue Jays get their place in Cooperstown

www.sportsblognetwork.net - I can remember the exact day that I knew that Roberto Alomar belonged in the Hall of Fame. Two decades ago, when Oakland was on the top of the baseball world and mentioning the words “strike” and “baseball” in the same ...

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