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  • Only 14 players have ever won baseball's batting Triple Crown, leading the league in batting average, home runs, and runs batted in. All 11 20th century winners are in the Hall of Fame. In 2012, Miguel Cabrera joined the exclusive Triple Crown club.

    History of MLB Batting Triple Crown Winners

    History of MLB Batting Triple Crown Winners

    by Brian Lokker12

  • Baseball has declined in popularity and that will have a long lasting effect on the culture at large. Years from now a young child will ask, "Grandpa, what was baseball?"

    Strike Three: Baseball Is Dead

    Strike Three: Baseball Is Dead

    by CJ Kelly21

  • Brooklyn Dodgers’ Carl Furillo is considered one of the greatest outfielders of his day. But false accusations and reporters’ misrepresentations dogged him throughout his career.

    The Emperor of Right Field: Carl Furillo

    The Emperor of Right Field: Carl Furillo

    by CJ Kelly14

  • This article provides a list of the 16 worst players for the Los Angeles Dodgers during the age of free agency. A short biography is provided for each notoriously bad player.

    16 Worst Players for the Los Angeles Dodgers

    16 Worst Players for the Los Angeles Dodgers

    by Kelley18

  • Catcher Ray Fosse became famous as the target of one of the hardest slides in Major League history during the 1970 All Star Game. It changed his life.

    Redemption: The Ray Fosse Story

    Redemption: The Ray Fosse Story

    by CJ Kelly2

  • The modern era of Major League Baseball began with 8 teams in the National League in 1900 and 8 in the American League in 1901. For 60 years, the Major Leagues were comprised of those 16 original teams, with only a handful of franchise relocations. Beginning in 1961, baseball expanded with new teams, additional franchise moves, and divisional reconfigurations. There are currently 30 teams with 3 divisions in each league. Is more expansion or franchise relocation on the way?

    History of MLB Expansion and Franchise Moves

    History of MLB Expansion and Franchise Moves

    by Brian Lokker20

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