Baseball Slang from the Late 1800s
a dinger against the closer to get your team out of the cellar? Those baseball
terms would sound like nonsense to an early baseball player in the 1860s and
1870s. And the terms they’d use to describe their fledgling sport may sound
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The Weirdest Named College Bowls Ever
drop in and drop out of college football bowls, leaving some very odd official
names in the sports history books.
Gator Bowl (2011)
The Gator Bowl has been played for decades, but in
2011 insurance company Progressive ...
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The Most Disastrous Promotions in Baseball History
If you hit up a Major League Baseball game this year, be thankful if you
get a free hat or bobblehead…and that it doesn’t descend into abject chaos.
Ten Cent Beer Night
It’s remarkable that anyone in the
Cleveland Indians organizatio...
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The Players Who Played For the Most Teams
In the olden days
of pro sports, most players used to stick with just one team for their whole
careers. Today, though, players are more likely to be “journeymen,” or bounce
around their league, playing for multiple teams. Here are the biggest
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The Curse of Drake
one of the world’s most popular musicians right now, everything Drake touches
turns to gold. Musically, that is. In the world of sports, an endorsement from
the “Started From the Bottom” rapper-singer can seemingly doom an athlete.
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