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I loved the steroid era of MLB, and I loved watching every one of these players play the game. These are all obvious cheaters though. The steroid use of these guys was something a blind man could see
Trading cards have helped solidify baseball as America’s pastime. They do not, however, always favorably showcase the boys of summer. Here are twelve baseball cards that fall short of ideal.
Baseball is “America’s pastime.” Wooden and concrete ballparks and stadiums add to the sport’s rich heritage. Take a look back at the homes of your favorite teams!
Chris Sale is the most dominating left handed starter in the American League. Long and lean, he's still very young, and in 2016 we expect amazing things from the amazing arm of Chris Sale.
A recently discovered film outtake from June 1, 1925 accidentally captures a moment from the game that began the decade of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig dominating baseball.
Jake Arrieta, a tall talented, hard throwing Texas pitcher put it all together for the first time in 2015. He won his League's Cy Young award. Expect more great pitching from Jake in 2016.
Three times David Price has set a Major League record for his contract's price. He's also won a Cy Young award, and proved a very consistently good to great power pitching left hander.
Superstar and superhero, Bryce Harper has been famous since he was 16 years old. He is possibly the greatest baseball star since Babe Ruth. Or is Mike Trout best? We shall see in 2016.
Houston's second baseman Jose Altuve is the shortest man in Major League Baseball. He's also one of its most exciting players, leading the American League in both hits, stolen bases the past 2 years.
Jackie Robinson had a tough assignment when he became the first African-American player in pro baseball, but if there ever was a person who could cast aside the racism that followed, it was Jackie.
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