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MLB Easter Basket

MLB Easter Basket

Cody Kizzier April 19, 2014 1

We’ve reached the Easter holiday and the MLB season is in full swing. Although teams throughout the league are still feeling out their rosters, things have begun to take shape in this first leg

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Stay In The Loop With The 2014 MLB Travel Routes & Calendar Poster

Stay In The Loop With The 2014 MLB Travel Routes & Calendar Poster

ncbstaff April 1, 2014 0

These “Extremely Limited Edition” 24″ x 18″ posters come in two colors, red and blue, and will cost you $28 plus shipping and handling. This is a must for any baseball fanatic that’s into

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12 Photos Of United States Presidents Throwing Out The First Pitch

12 Photos Of United States Presidents Throwing Out The First Pitch

ncbstaff March 31, 2014 0

Why did presidents only throw the ball from the stands back in the day? Were they too cool to step out to the mound? h/t: upnorthtrips.com  

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Thanks To Facebook, We Now Have The Most Accurate MLB Fandom Map Ever

Thanks To Facebook, We Now Have The Most Accurate MLB Fandom Map Ever

ncbstaff March 31, 2014 1

The Facebook data team just released a map showing which MLB teams have the most Facebook fans, by county. We don’t know about you, but we see waaaaay too many Yankee fans out there.

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A Century of Ballparks, In One Image

A Century of Ballparks, In One Image

ncbstaff March 27, 2014 0

This poster, by Lou Spirito, shows each current MLB ballpark and the year each park was opened. It’s sort of crazy to think that after Fenway and Wrigley, there is about a 50-year gap

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A Dunn Deal

A Dunn Deal

Cody Kizzier February 27, 2014 0

Something I love nearly as much as the game of baseball is a great movie. Living with a Film Studies major for a few years in college taught me a thing or two about

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Field of Winter Dreams

Field of Winter Dreams

Cody Kizzier February 19, 2014 1

As we enter winter’s most dreadful hour, the days are frigid and the nights are black. There are less signs of life outside than I’m comfortable with as I sit here sipping my predawn

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A P.E.D. Proposal…

A P.E.D. Proposal…

Cody Kizzier February 10, 2014 0

Here’s my two cents now that it seems A-Rod’s one-year ban is actually going to happen after he dropped his lawsuits against Major League Baseball and the player’s union last week. After an embattled

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Happy 100th Birthday, Wrigley Field

Happy 100th Birthday, Wrigley Field

ncbstaff January 28, 2014 0

Say what you want about the Cubs as an actual team, and you will, but Wrigley Field is pretty damn sweet. Happy birthday you old hag.  

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The Reconstruction of Major League Baseball

The Reconstruction of Major League Baseball

Nick Verlaney October 31, 2013 0

As I write this blog in the aftermath of the Boston Red Sox winning the 2013 World Series, I can’t help but to love the game of baseball. BUT……. Baseball is broken. In 2013,

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