Major League Baseball

Joe Garagiola, ex-player turned glib broadcaster, dies at 90
Growing up in the Hill neighborhood of St. Louis not far from future Hall of Famer Yogi Berra, Garagiola went on to hit .257 during nine years in the majors. His highlight came early, getting a four-hit game in the 1946 World Series and helping the hometown Cardinals win the championship as a 20-yea…
Millennials were lucky to be part of the Giambi baseball era
Earlier today, Jason Giambi officially announced his retirement after a roller coaster career spanning 20 seasons. The 44-year-old slugger went from a baseball star to a villain to a role model over the course of his time in the big leagues due in large part to being one of the first active players …
Foul balls injure a lot of fans
Bloomberg News estimates that 1,750 baseball fans are injured each year by batted balls. That’s not how many foul balls there are, that’s just injuries.

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