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Tragedy has struck at former Major League Baseball star Carl Crawford’s home near Houston as a woman and small boy drowned in his backyard pool on Saturday, May 16, 2020. Crawford, who retired from baseball and now owns the independent music label that has produced Megan Thee Stallion, hosted a small gathering at his palatial…

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The life of Jackie Robinson was celebrated throughout Major League Baseball on Monday, April 15, 2019. It was on that day in 1947 Robinson broke color barriers as the first African American to play in the majors with the Brooklyn Dodgers. The anniversary of Robinson’s first game has been commemorated since 2004. Every major leaguer…

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There is a video clip of a young boy rejoicing on April 8, 1974, during the groundbreaking event where Hank Aaron hit his 715th home run, thereby surpassing Babe Ruth (born George Herman Ruth Jr. on Feb. 6, 1895) for the most career home runs in Major League Baseball history. This clip is significant for…

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Major League Baseball legend Don Baylor, one of the few people in history to ever win both the Player of the Year (MVP) and Manager of the Year awards, has died after a courageous battle with cancer. He was 68 years old. Don Baylor, a former Yankee who won the American League MVP with the…

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The Jerry Clark Foundation held its free 6th annual winter baseball camp this past weekend. The organization partnered with rolling out, Born to Compete, Dr. Maurice Jove with Excel Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine to spark metro Atlanta children’s interest in baseball by teaching them basic skills of the game. The eager students were treated to learning…

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Darryl Hamilton’s girlfriend has a history of domestic abuse Sports analyst and former Major League Baseball player Darryl Hamilton is dead after being killed in what police believe to be a murder-suicide. He was 50 years old. Authorities in Pearland, Texas, say they found Hamilton’s body, along with the body of his girlfriend, Monica Jordan, in…

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St. Louis Cardinal Oscar Taveras, 22, dies. The MLB player allegedly lost control of his red Chevy Camaro while riding with his 18-year-old girlfriend, Edilia Arvelo, who also died, in his native Dominican Republic. “We are all stunned and deeply saddened by the tragic loss of one of the youngest members of the Cardinals family,” Cardinals…

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Derek Jeter, who just announced his retirement from the New York Yankees after 20 years and five World Series championships, is undoubtedly a sure-fire, first-ballot Hall of Famer who attained world renown for his fearlessness and extreme clutch play in the most pressurized situations. Jeter was also linked to a bevy of hall of fame-caliber…

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After months of rich legal intrigue and public grandstanding by both sides, Alex Rodriguez has been suspended for the entire 2014 season by arbitrator Fredric Horowitz, who handed down a 162-game ban to the New York Yankees third baseman for his involvement in Major League Baseball’s Biogenesis performance enhancing drugs (PED) and human growth hormone…

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Three-time American League MVP Alex Rodriguez has filed a lawsuit against Major League Baseball, accusing the franchise of interfering with his contracts, business relationships and allegedly paying off their star witness in an effort to force him out of the league. According to reports, the Rodriguez suit claims that Selig and other baseball officials set…

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Celebrities took aim at embattled and reviled baseball superstar Alex Rodriguez, who was just suspended by Major League Baseball for a record 211 games, but is allowed to continue playing while he appeals the decision. A-Rod and 12 other players were banned from baseball for at least 50 games for their connection to illicit performance-enhancing…

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