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New York Yankees Team History


  The Yankees entered the American League in 1901 as the Baltimore Orioles. They are currently in the League’s East Division and they play in Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York. Their most popular nickname is “The Bronx Bombers.” The Yankees roots are with the

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Free Baseball Picks


There are a plethora of services offering free baseball picks on the Internet. Perhaps the most popular is CBSSportsline MLB Expert Picks which is powered by Prediction These free picks use 50,000 simulations to predict both the winner and the over/under. They are usually

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Toronto Blue Jays Team History


  The Toronto Blue Jays came into the American League East as an expansion team in 1977. They were the second baseball team to be based outside of the United States, following the Montreal Expos who had made their debut in 1969. (The Expos moved

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Washington Nationals Team History


  The Washington Nationals franchise entered the National League in 1969 as the Montreal Expos. They currently play in the league’s Eastern division. The Nationals’ team colors are red, white and navy and their home field in Nationals Park in Washington DC. Montreal had had

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MiniClip Baseball


  MiniClip baseball is one of the most popular flash video games on the Internet. It was developed by Luke Whitaker and it is free to play. On the website Learn 4 Good over 20,000 players rated Miniclip baseball an 8.9 out of ten. If

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Candystand Baseball

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  Candystand baseball is one of the most popular and addictive free baseball games online. It is supported by advertisements and you will have to watch a video commercial before beginning to play. If you have adblock enabled on your computer you might not be

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Steroids in Baseball

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  Throughout baseball history players looking for an edge of have turned to steroids and other performance enhancing drugs. In fact the first player to be associated with PED was Century Hall of Fame hurler Jim “Pud” Galvin who played way back in the 19th

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Baseball Score Sheet

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    A baseball score sheet or scorecard is the form which baseball fans, journalists and announcers use to keep score. The baseball scoresheet was invented by sportswriter Henry Chadwick in the 1870s, but the methods of keeping score have evolved significantly since then. The

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Who Invented Baseball?


For the first half of the 20th century, the origin of baseball was clear enough: A man named Abner Doubleday invented America’s pastime in 1839 in Cooperstown, New York, the present home of the Hall of Fame. It was a good story, especially since Doubleday

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Baseball Terms


Over the years, baseball has developed it’s own rich language, including terms that that have slipped into our everyday language. But some of baseball’s more obscure terms can be confusing for a beginning fan. We’ve compiled a complete glossary of baseball terminology below. It’s in