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Red Sox pitcher Joe Kelly found a diamond-studded surprise in his glove

Red Sox pitcher Joe Kelly found a diamond-studded surprise in his glove
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MLB Pitcher Trever Miller | #imaknight

MLB Pitcher Trever Miller | #imaknight

(upbeat music) – I was welcomed into a fantastic community with the Knights at Columbus and I can be a better man, I can do more for my community, I can be a better person and live more like Christ and be more charitable in my time, talent, and treasure because of the Knights. As […]

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CGR Undertow – KEN GRIFFEY, JR. PRESENTS MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL review for Super Nintendo

CGR Undertow – KEN GRIFFEY, JR. PRESENTS MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL review for Super Nintendo

Ever wonder what it’d be like to play baseball on a different planet? Because this is basically baseball on a different planet. What with the crazy gravity…and the crazy names. I mean, you wouldn’t expect Scabies to have that kind of raw power, but that’s the thing. Scabies may not be human. And this may […]

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Baseball Rivals Fight for a Parking Space – GEICO Insurance

Baseball Rivals Fight for a Parking Space – GEICO Insurance

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Home Runs Have Surged in MLB — Baseball Experts Explain Why | NBC Left Field

Home Runs Have Surged in MLB — Baseball Experts Explain Why | NBC Left Field

Since 2014, home runs have increased by 44 percent in Major League Baseball. That’s huge! We’re talking 4,186 home runs in 2014 and then just three years later we’re looking at 6,015. But why? No one knows exactly. And, don’t worry, I know what I sound like, but I have got some experts involved. Theory […]

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Tyler Skaggs, Los Angeles Angels pitcher, dead at 27

Tyler Skaggs, Los Angeles Angels pitcher, dead at 27

 Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs has died, the team announced Monday. He was 27 The cause of his death was not announced. Police in the Dallas suburb of Southlake said Skaggs was found unresponsive in his hotel room and that there were no signs of foul play  The Angels were in Texas for a […]

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Inside One of Baseball’s Last Manual Scoreboards

Inside One of Baseball’s Last Manual Scoreboards

– When you think of Wrigley, the first thing that come to your mind is the grass, the marquee out front, and the scoreboard. It’s like one of the main body parts of Wrigley field. I’m Darryl Wilson. I’m a scoreboard operator for Chicago Cubs. (jazzy music) I’ve been working at Wrigley field since 1987. […]

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Big League Softball: Catching Up With Ryan Doumit

Big League Softball: Catching Up With Ryan Doumit

Three months out of the year slow pitch softball takes over Lauzier Memorial Park in Moses Lake. Twice a week, usually Tuesdays and Thursdays, there’s a game and a o clock game,” said former Major League Baseball player Ryan Doumit. our team, we’re kicked back, we like to have a few beverages and just make […]

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MLB pitcher Don Newcombe dies at 92

MLB pitcher Don Newcombe dies at 92
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Why GCU | Kona Quiggle | Baseball

Why GCU  |  Kona Quiggle  |  Baseball
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