1. Stan Musial Statue at night


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    Stanley Frank Musial, nicknamed "Stan the Man", was an American Major League Baseball outfielder and first baseman. He spent 22 seasons playing for the St. Louis Cardinals, from 1941 to 1945 and in 1946–63 24× All-Star (1943, 1944, 1946–1963) 3× World Series champion (1942, 1944, 1946) 3× NL MVP (1943, 1946, 1948) 7× NL batting champion (1943, 1946, 1948, 1950–1952, 1957) 2× NL RBI champion (1948, 1956) Major League Baseball All-Century Team

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      A game doesn’t last the game. It lasts a lifetime. It isn’t just one single event. It’s a wonderful mix of unforgettable fragments. You never remember a whole game. But you relive its unique moments, over and over again. Baseball isn’t a game. It’s something that lives inside us, forever.

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      • Dorian Craft Live from Kevin Gausman's Rehab


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        My 11PM live hit following Kevin Gausman's second rehab start for the Frederick Keys as he continues to work back from right shoulder tendinitis.

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        • Jim Norton, AOL Interviews Wendy Lewis, MLB


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          At this year's ADMERICA conference, Jim Norton, Global Head of Media Sales at AOL, sat down with Wendy Lewis, SVP of Diversity and Strategic Alliances at MLB to discuss diversity inclusion initiatives in the MLB and the industry at large.

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          • The Inaugural Bob Feller Walk of Heroes - Pier 95 NYC, May 21, 2015


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            See all of the event photography at http://danmarinoevents.com

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            • Baseball: A perfect game


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              In baseball a perfect game is defined as a game in which the pitcher (or pitchers) pitches a victory that lasts a minimum of nine innings and in which no opposing player reaches base, something done 23 times in the 135 year history of Major League baseball. Well, here in Fox Sports, we dare to disagree with this definition. In baseball, every game is perfect. Just 23 of them were more perfect than the others. Major League Baseball. On Fox Sports.

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              • 80 years ago - Baseball legend Babe Ruth retires


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                Muhammad Ali was the 'Greatest of all Time', Pelé was simply called 'O Rei' (The King), but Babe Ruth was the 'Sultan of Swat'. He slammed 714 home runs over the fence, his career Slugging Percentage is still unbeaten. Babe 'The Bambino' Ruth won 4 World Series with the New York Yankees. After he was traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Yankees, he caused a 86-year period for the Sox without winning any title, the so-called 'Curse of the Bambino'. There were Yankee players like Yogi Berra or Joe DiMaggio, who won more World Series, but the old Yankee Stadium owned the nickname 'The House That Ruth Built' for many years. His earned titles in the early 1920ies made Ruth a national, maybe world wide icon. On May 30, 1935, he had his last Major League plate appearance for the Boston Braves and became one year later one of the first Hall of Famers in Baseball.

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                • Preface to HOF: Supporting Pete Rose


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                  Jerry Florez makes the case for Pate Rose being selected for MLB's Hall of Fame

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                  • FEATURED - Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame and New Inductees 2008 - Present


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                    Jerry Florez lists from memory Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame and New Inductees 2008 - Present

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                    • National League Most Valuable Player Awards 1927-present


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                      Jerry Florez lists from memory National League Most Valuable Player Awards 1927-present

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