Tag "MLB History"

St. Louis Cardinals All-Time 26-Man Roster

They have been known as the Cardinals since 1900. Consistency has been a trademark of the franchise. Since 1926 they have never gone more than 18 seasons without making the playoffs.

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New York Mets All-Time 26-Man Roster

The New York Mets came into the league in 1962. They were the worst team in history that season going 40-120. However, just seven years later, they took home their first championship.

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Flashback Friday: Darrell Evans

Darrel Evans celebrated his 75th birthday yesterday. So, I thought it was a good time to flashback to his 21-year career.

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Flashback Friday: Bobby Bonds

Of course, everyone knows Bobby’s son Barry, but dad was a premier power-speed combo player when he played.

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San Francisco Giants All-Time 26-Man Roster

The New York Giants moved to San Francisco in 1958. They have eight World Series championships with their first in 1905 and their last in 2014.

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Flashback Friday: David Wells

Boomer pitched in the major leagues for 21 years and was probably better than most fans think. Wells was a reliable pitcher for a long time in the steroid era and showed up in the postseason.

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Texas Rangers All-Time 26-Man Roster

For their All-Time roster, you will find a very good lineup and some old pitchers. However, everyone on this roster, except for one player, played elsewhere.

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Oakland Athletics All-Time 26-Man Roster

With multiple periods of success and nine championships in all, let’s take a look at what the Oakland Athletics’ All-Time 26-Man roster looks like.

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Carlos Rodon’s Dominance vs. Cleveland

The first no-hitter in San Diego Padres history was thrown by Joe Musgrove and on April 14th, Chicago’s Carlos Rodon added to the season total of no-nos. Healthy and a part of Chicago’s rotation again, Rodon was ready for business. And thus far, he has shown exactly that.

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Angels Top 60 at 60 – Angels Franchise Top Sixty Players: 41-45 

As the 2021 Angels full squads report to Tempe, Arizona celebrating their first 60 seasons, we’re beginning the season off right. Celebrating the top sixty players in franchise history.

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