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Mike “Big Mike” D
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Baseball Prank:Greg Maddux vs Kris Bryant
Baseball pranks are the best and this one is a great one. Greg Maddux , born and raised in Las Vegas, pranks Kris Bryant  , who was also born and raised in Las Vegas. Enjoy!

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1967 Red Sox Simulation: Stange and Yaz Lead the Way
Yaz drove in two more runs after driving in two on Opening Day. Lee Stange was tough on the mound. The Sox are off to a 2-0 start. Here is the write up of the game: Chicago White Sox (0-2) 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 Boston Red Sox (2-0) 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 X 4 8 0...

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1967 Red Sox Simulation: Opening Day Magic
The 2017 season marks the 50th anniversary of The Impossible Dream season of 1967. Using Out of the Park Baseball , we are going to take over as manager and see if we can finish the dream.  Opening Day got off to a magical start. The Sox trailed all game lo...

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Win a Free Copy of Out of the Park Baseball 18
Out of the Park Baseball 18 will soon be released and once again the fine people from Out of the Park Developments are allowing me to give away a free early release copy of the game. Last year we had a blast reading the submissions from Out of the Park Base...

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The Genius of Ronald Reagan the Baseball Broadcaster
Long before Ronald Reagan became President of the United States he was a baseball radio broadcaster for the Chicago Cubs. Reagan worked for radio station WHO out of Des Moines, Iowa and one day his Western Union telegraph feed stopped working making it impo...

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Dwight Evans and Cooperstown: A New Hope
"Dewey or Don't He? Thank God He Does!" was written on a sign being held up by a fan at Fenway Park during the 1990 season. It was perfect because it always felt like Dewey came through when the Sox needed him most. If you are a Red Sox fan over the age of ...

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Foulke You! Remembering the Good and the Bad of Keith Foulke
The 2003 season made it clear that the Red Sox needed to upgrade their pitching. They did just that in the offseason acquiring Curt Schilling and Keith Foulke . The closer by committee theory was dead as Keith Foulke was now the closer.  Foulke was good ...

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