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Improving Major League Baseball

I love Major League Baseball and am thankful we are in the midst of the first week of the season.  We won't be without the game again for over six months.  For those of us with the MLB Extra-Innings Package, it means another season to enjoy listening to Vin Scully or flipping channels to watch a Mike Trout at-bat or to witness Aroldis Chapman closing out a game. For those of us looking forward to a tour, it's a chance to see how much Wrigley Field has changed since last year or to start … [Read More...]

Fenway Park

Ranking MLB Parks

Before I begin ranking the ball parks, I would like to make it clear that these are only my personal rankings.  I do not claim to speak for anyone else or any of you.  I also reserve the right to change my mind year after year. For example, the first time I attended a game in Kansas City I really enjoyed it and had Kaufmann Stadium easily in my top ten ball parks.  However, this was before their $250 million renovation.  After “The K” had a facelift and the green grass beyond some of the … [Read More...]

Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth

All-Time MLB Team

Since 1900, there have been 11 full decades.  If we do the math, that's eight position players, a designated hitter, starting pitcher and a closer.  This equals 11 players for our All-Time MLB Team.  However, there's a catch.  Each decade can only have one representative and the said player must have ranked to be among the best players of their given decade.  For example, Willie Mays may have played in the 1970s, but he wasn't a productive player in that decade. Here is the team in … [Read More...]

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