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A rare $20 million trading card from the New York Yankees legend left UFC icon Joe Rogan stunned and it wasn’t Babe Ruth

by on September 23, 2022 0

Joe Rogan discusses various topics on his podcast. Its popularity has overtaken the combat sports community thanks to the platform. He once came downstairs to discuss sports trading card memorabilia with one of his guests. The conversation was about the dearest of them. Rogan was surprised it wasn’t Babe Ruth, as he had guessed....

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Driller Update: Tulsa takes an early lead, holds firm to defeat Springfield, 7-3 | Professional

by on September 18, 2022 0

Sunday Next: 6:05 p.m., Tulsa vs. Springfield Cardinals at ONEOK Field Probable launchers: Springfield, LHP Domingo Robles (4-5, 6.50 ERA); Tulsa, to be confirmed Series season: Cardinals lead 12-11 Specials: Fireworks/918 Jersey Auction — The regular season finale will be followed by the final fireworks display of the season. For the last time this...

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White Sox manager Tony La Russa remains out indefinitely with an unspecified medical issue

by on September 10, 2022 0

Getty Images Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa will stay away from the club indefinitely while dealing with an unspecified medical issue, the team announced on Saturday. La Russa was, however, allowed to travel to Oakland to participate in Dave Stewart’s jersey retirement ceremony on Sunday. Bench coach Miguel Cairo has served as...

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Women’s Golf Finishes Carmel Cup in Fifth Place

by on September 4, 2022 0

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – The No. 22 Arkansas women’s golf team wrapped up the fall season opening weekend with a fifth-place finish at the Carmel Cup. In a competitive eight-team field that included six programs (including Arkansas) that played at the 2022 NCAA Championship and the NCAA Champion at Stanford, the Razorbacks finished the...

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Philadelphia Phillies top pitching prospect Griff McGarry gets another good start for Reading

by on August 20, 2022 0

The Reading Phillies super-rotation had a solid first turn in the order on Friday, as Griff McGarry hit five solid two-run baseball innings, striking out four, despite walking five batters. The 23-year-old wasn’t really bolstered by his defense on Friday night, but five walks are less than ideal. However, McGarry only allowed two hits,...

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Ron Mazzola honored at Somerset Patriots

by on August 5, 2022 0

After taking to the field for a pregame ceremony honoring her late brother, Grace Mazzola headed to her seat at TD Bank Ballpark to soak up the Ron Mazzola Knight atmosphere. Better known as “The Voice of the Old Bridge”, Mazzola died suddenly on February 21, leaving a gaping void in the school sports...

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New book brings ‘doubletake’ to life on baseball legend Mendham | Observer-Tribune News

by on July 11, 2022 0

MENDHAM – Long before there was the stigma of “fake news” and misinformation and misinformation, there was Abner Doubleday, former Civil War general, borough resident and – stop the presses – proclaimed inventor of the great American game, baseball. The Mendham Business Association hosted Manheim, a retired professor who founded George Washington University’s Center...

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New Billings Mustangs logos update brand and highlight local connections – SportsLogos.Net News

by on July 3, 2022 0

The Billings Mustangs, members of the Pioneer League since 1948, played this year with a series of new logos that update and complement the team’s previous brand, established in 2006. The new brands, created by the design company Delaware-based The Barn Creative, are meant to honor the team’s heritage while updating the brand’s visual...

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Mike Harrington: A year after a dreary Canada Day in Buffalo, the Blue Jays are happy to finally have a vacation at home | Baseball

by on July 1, 2022 0

TORONTO — Reporters showed up at Charlie Montoyo’s office as they do every day, but the Toronto Blue Jays coach gave us all a special greeting at the start of his daily pre-game briefing Friday after- midday. “Happy Canada Day from a Puerto Rican,” Montoyo said with a smile as he sat behind his...

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All-Telegraph-Forum Baseball and Softball Teams

by on June 15, 2022 0

It’s time to meet the All-Telegraph-Forum baseball and softball teams. Locally we had two league champions like Wynford won its first baseball title since 2016 and Col. Crawford shared the softball crown with Mohawk, the Eagles’ first since 2016. Let’s see who makes up the All-TF teams for the 2022 season. All-Telegraph-Forum Baseball ’22...

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Regional report: Van Horn binds DeBriyn

by on June 5, 2022 0

STILLWATER, Okla. –Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn tied his mentor in the NCAA record books on Saturday night. The Razorbacks’ 20–12 win over Oklahoma State was Van Horn’s 1,161st as an NCAA baseball coach. That tied former Arkansas coach Norm DeBriyn and former Clemson coach Bill Wilhelm for 34th in NCAA history. Van Horn...

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NY Mets pitcher progresses after MRI

by on May 17, 2022 0

NEW YORK — The Mets are playing close to the vest over a timeline involving Jacob deGrom, but the good news for fans is there were no setbacks. The team announced Tuesday morning that deGrom’s latest MRI showed continued healing in the right shoulder blade. With constant improvement, deGrom will now begin to incorporate...

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Phoenix-based program using baseball as therapy for cognitive impairments, physical disabilities

by on May 13, 2022 0

PHOENIX – A Phoenix-based program uses baseball as therapy for people with cognitive disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, and VA veterans with chronic physical disabilities. One of the institutions they partner with is the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute in Phoenix. The Society for American Baseball Research has created a “Baseball Memories” program to facilitate discussions...

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Capping Sanders Cup in Sugar Land

by on May 9, 2022 0

History links SUGAR LAND, Texas – The University of Houston wraps up its annual three-game Don Sanders Cup series against Sam Houston at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday from Constellation Field. The Cougars, who won the Sanders Cup with an 8-6 victory over the Bearkats on April 5, have won six...

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Cougars Cape Homestand, Host Memphis

by on April 21, 2022 0

History links HOUSTON– Houston Baseball ends its eight-game homestand when the Cougars host Memphis for a three-game series beginning at 6:30 p.m. Friday from Sanders Field at Schroeder Park. Saturday’s intermediate match is at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday’s final starts at 1 p.m. Houston (24-13, 5-4 American) is looking for its...

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VYPE 2022 Baseball Preview: 6 Katy Tigers

by on March 9, 2022 0

Welcome to the 2022 baseball season. The season started this week with out-of-district games starting across the city. VYPE screened 22 public school teams around the city. Check out the Katy Tigers No. 6 season preview. CLICK HERE TO PRE-ORDER YOUR VYPE Houston Baseball Softball Magazine 2022 CLICK HERE TO BUY PICTURES Talk about...

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