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Published Date: 7/5/2014
Ted Williams, AKA "The Kid," "The Splendid Splinter" and "The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived," among other nicknames, won dozens of awards for his prolific hitting and excellent overall ball playing skills. Sadly, he would never win a World Series, making it to the...
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Published Date: 6/8/2014
At 42, Satchel Paige was the oldest rookie in Major League Baseball history, making his debut in 1948 after spending decades as a star in the Negro Leagues. Paige was one of the first black players in the MLB, following the official end of the "color barrier" in...
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Published Date: 5/19/2014
John Beradino, known to General Hospital fans as Dr. Steve Hardy for more than 30 years, was a major league baseball player for 14 years before a leg injury ended his career on the diamond. Beradino was a successful player, even winning a World Series ring in 1948 for...
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Published Date: 4/11/2014
For six decades, segregation kept some of baseball's greatest athletes from playing in the major leagues – until April 15, 1947, when former Negro League player Jackie Robinson made his debut as a Brooklyn Dodger. We a look back at some of the stars of the Negro...
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Published Date: 3/8/2014
Fifteen years ago today, America said goodbye to Joltin' Joe DiMaggio. Also known as "The Yankee Clipper," he was one of the greatest to ever play baseball. He led his team to an unbelievable 9 World Championships in 13 seasons, had a record-setting 56-game hitting...
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Published Date: 3/8/2014
Joltin' Joe DiMaggio was a baseball legend, an American icon. He ignited the nation's imagination in 1941 with an unprecedented 56-game hitting streak, a record that remains unchallenged more than 70 years later. We remember Joe DiMaggio's remarkable life today as well...
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