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Movie Review – No No: A Dockumentary Book Review: Wrigleyworld: A Season in Baseball’s Best Neighborhood by Kevin Kaduk Book Review: Slouching Toward Fargo Movie Review: The Emerald Diamond Book Review: Out of My League by Dirk Hayhurst
 
Movie Review – No No: A Dockumentary

Movie Review – No No: A Dockumentary

Originally published on BaseballdeWorld.com There was a lot of talk around the baseball world a little over a year ago when  documentary premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. No No: A Dockumentary was the film in question and was just recently added to Netflix. Before hearing of the film I knew just a little […]

Book Review: Wrigleyworld: A Season in Baseball’s Best Neighborhood by Kevin Kaduk

Book Review: Wrigleyworld: A Season in Baseball’s Best Neighborhood by Kevin Kaduk

Wrigleyville is the well known area surrounding the ever popular summer spot of Wrigley Field. There are restaurants and bars and plenty of baseball fans to be found on a summer afternoon. Many baseball fans have wondered what it would be like living in the neighborhood surrounding Wrigley Field for a summer of baseball and […]

Book Review: Slouching Toward Fargo

Book Review: Slouching Toward Fargo

On the cover it claims it is “A Two-Year Saga of Sinners and St. Paul Saints at the Bottom of the Bush Leagues with Bill Murray, Darryl Strawberry, Dakota Sadie and Me”. The book is Slouching Toward Fargo by Neal Karlen, and I enjoyed every bit of the book except the “Me” part. The book […]

Movie Review: The Emerald Diamond

Movie Review: The Emerald Diamond

What country won its first international baseball game against a country that no longer exist and the first player to get a hit in international play was born in another country? Ireland I have always been fascinated with baseball played in countries other than the USA. Sure it’s the same game, but at the same […]

Book Review: Out of My League by Dirk Hayhurst

Book Review: Out of My League by Dirk Hayhurst

Originally posted on BaseballdeWorld.com Former MLB pitcher Dirk Hayhurst made a splash in the book industry with his first best seller The Bullpen Gospels: Major League Dreams of a Minor League Veteran which talked about life in the minor leagues. Now he is back with his second best seller, Out of My League. Out of My League is […]

Tampa Rays Unveil New “Throwback” Jersey

Tampa Rays Unveil New “Throwback” Jersey

22 June 2012

When I first saw the new Tampa Rays “throwback” jersey, I was speechless. All I could think was Joe Madden is a good sport. I love throwback jerseys. A lot of them remind me of when I was a kid and good or bad, that’s always a good thing in my mind. Maybe my favorite […]

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The Word for 2013 is……..Travel

The Word for 2013 is……..Travel

16 June 2012

I have been in South Korea for over 2 years. One of the reasons I came was to travel, and see some baseball in different countries. In about 10 months I am free, and I’m going to do some traveling. I’m thinking of doing a baseball trip somewhere. I have found a few companies that […]

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Who Would Have Thought…..

Who Would Have Thought…..

22 May 2012

Who would have thought….. There are several of these this season so far. I think the biggest one is who would have thought the Baltimore Orioles would be this good? Heading into tonight’s play, the Orioles are atop the AL East with a 27-15 record which is the best in the American League. Not only […]

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The Good Side of Baseball Fans

The Good Side of Baseball Fans

13 May 2012

I have seen baseball in a lot of places, and have seen good and bad fans. However, the bad ones seem to stand out more than the good. I can understand fans that don’t like another team and/or player for that matter. I have a lot of teams I can’t root for. But the one […]

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Today in Baseball History – May 2nd

Today in Baseball History – May 2nd

02 May 2012

May 2, 1939 – Lou Gehrig ends his consecutive-game streak at 2,130 when he voluntarily benches himself. His replacement is Babe Dahlgren who hits a home run as the Yankees rout Detroit 22-2. His record would stand for 56 years until Cal Ripken Jr. would surpass it in 1995. Tweet Share

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Today in Baseball History – April 30

Today in Baseball History – April 30

01 May 2012

April 30, 1946 – With rumors circling that Bob Feller had lost his fastball after spending four years in the Navy, Feller hurls his second no-hitter. Feller helped the Tribe defeat the New York Yankees 1-0. The long run came on Frankie Hayes’ home run in the ninth inning. Feller would finish the year 26-15 […]

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Today in Baseball History – April 28th

Today in Baseball History – April 28th

29 April 2012

April 28, 1998 – Rangers right fielder Juan Gonzalez sets the all-time Major League record for RBI in April when he crushes a two-run home run in a 7-2 win against Minnesota. The home run gave Gonzalez 35 RBI setting the record. Gonzalez would go on to drive in 157 in 1998, a career high. […]

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Today in Baseball History – April 27

Today in Baseball History – April 27

27 April 2012

Today in Baseball History April 27, 1983 – Nolan Ryan strikes out Brad Mills to become baseball’s all-time leader in strike outs with 3,509 moving ahead of Walter Johnson. Ryan and the Astros would win 4-2 over the Expos. Nolan would go on to strike out 5,714 batters over his career. He is the only […]

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Today in Baseball History – April 26th

Today in Baseball History – April 26th

26 April 2012

April 26, 1990 – The Texas Rangers defeated the Chicago White Sox 1-0 behind Nolan Ryan’s record tying 12th one-hitter. Ryan tied Bob Feller’s mark by striking out 16 and allowing only Ron Kittle’s check-swing single to right field in the second inning. He was 43 years old at the time. Ryan is the all-time […]

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Why I Love MLB.tv

Why I Love MLB.tv

25 April 2012

As you might expect, I love watching baseball. I grew up watching the Atlanta Braves on TBS most nights during the summer. When I got older I moved to the Dallas area and started watching the Texas Rangers about as often. However, when I moved to South Korea there wasn’t anyway to keep up with […]

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There are three things in my life which I really love: God, my family, and baseball. The only problem - once baseball season starts, I change the order around a bit. ~Al Gallagher, 1971

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