Tag "History"

Remembering Cal Ripken Jr.’s Impressive Feat 25 Years Later

On this day 25 years ago, Cal Ripken Jr. broke the record for most consecutive games played. Joe Heller looks back at the legend’s incredible feat.

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Reds, Todd Frazier Remember 2015 Home Run Derby on 5-Year Anniversary

Five years ago today, Todd Frazier won the 2015 Home Run Derby after falling just shy a year prior.

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Mets Monday: 1999 Club Fielded Greatest Infield in MLB History

On this Mets Monday, Sam Gutkin examines the 1999 club that owned the greatest infield of all-time.

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Mets Monday: Dwight “Doc” Gooden

On this Mets Monday, we look back at the storied career of Dwight “Doc” Gooden that crumbled to an abrupt end.

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Say Hey Kid Turns 89 Years Old

Willie Mays, arguably the greatest living baseball legend, turned 89 years old today. Joe Heller looks back at his storied career.

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White Sox Wednesday: Jackie Robinson’s Impact on All of Baseball

On this White Sox Wednesday, Joe Heller looks back at Jackie Robinson, the man who changed the history of baseball and the entire world when he made his MLB debut 73 years ago today.

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Remembering the Flu Game

Ryan Potts goes back in time and revisits the legendary “Flu Game” of 1997.

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White Sox Wednesday: Ozzie Guillen

On this White Sox Wednesday, Joe Heller looks back at the impact of Ozzie Guillen, who spent his days with the club as a shortstop and World Series-winning manager.

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A Terrible Start: The Charlotte Hornets’ Road to Mediocrity

John Devereaux takes a dive into the Charlotte Hornets’ road to mediocrity. Here’s Part 1, which bring us a look at the Bobcats’ portion of this franchise’s history.

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Remembering Hank Gathers 30 Years Later

On the 30th anniversary of Hank Gathers’s death, Joe Heller revisits the tragic moment that stole the life and future of a rising star.

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