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MLB 2008 All-Star Game

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MLB 2008 All-Star Game

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1986 MLB All-Star Game

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1986 MLB All-Star Game

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When Roger Clemens threw the bat

Jul 21, 2014 1 Comment

When Roger Clemens threw the bat

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Blowing up the House that Ruth built….

Nov 26, 2013 No Comments

Blowing up the House that Ruth built by Gary S. Knowing that the original NY Yankee Stadium was going to be demolished after the ending of the 2008 season and the watching the new stadium rise above the park across the street, I decided I have to take the tour of it before it happened. […]

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Aerosmith, Roger Clemens and Marty Feldman…

Nov 09, 2013 No Comments

by Joseph Terrazas What a Show!  These were the best seats I ever had for a show, 13th Row. The stage was dark and a small curtained area was hit with spotlights from the back and a skinny figure was shadowing all kinds of moves then Tyler jumped out and the band appeared from a fog. […]

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1945 World Series – Briggs Stadium

Nov 07, 2013 No Comments

by Thomas Doran I discovered this unredeemed (intact) Game 1 ticket to the 1945 World Series between the Tigers and Cubs when my dad died. Briggs Stadium was re-named Tiger Stadium, and has been demolished and replaced at another location by Comerica Field. A few years ago, a local museum hosted a baseball exhibit where […]

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Name the teams Kirk Gibson played for..go ahead

Nov 05, 2013 2 Comments

by Joseph Terrazas We took the 300 miles drive up to Arlington at the ex-minor league stadium that the Texas Rangers played at, it was a very wide open stadium – long fences. You can tell by my picture of Gibson how deep the fences are. I was telling the kids about Kirk Gibson who […]

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Clay Buchholz No Hitter – my son’s 1st Sox Game

Nov 03, 2013 No Comments

by Craig Heisner My son was born in my hometown of Boston in 1998 but we moved when he was very young to the west coast. For his 9th birthday I decided it was time to attend his first game in my beloved Fenway Park. Little did we know that our father/son trip would come […]

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“Doc”tober – Halladay History

Oct 29, 2013 3 Comments

In 1992, my boss took me to The Spectrum in Philadelphia to see the NCAA  Men’s Division I East Regional final. With 2.1 seconds remaining in OT, Grant Hill threw a pass the length of the court to Christian Laettner, who dribbled once, turned, and hit a jumper as time expired to seal Duke’s 104-103 […]

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History – thanks to a friend named Steve

Oct 22, 2013 2 Comments

Received a call from my friend Steve on Tuesday evening, with an extra ticket to Game 1 of the NLDS game Phillies vs. Reds 10/06/10; little did I realize at the time that I would be witnessing baseball history (thanks to a friend named Steve) the start of Doc-tober. Roy ‘Doc’ Halladay throws a no […]

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