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Not Your Ordinary Superstar

Not Your Ordinary Superstar

        When you think of a superstar in sports, you might come up with bigger than life, untouchable, huge ego and very confident. If you think of a superstar in Major League Baseball (MLB), you think “I ...

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The Death of African Americans in Baseball

The Death of African Americans in Baseball

    Many people ponder and debate the decline of African Americans in baseball. They often come up with racial, social, and economic viewpoints to draw their conclusion. In actuality, they’re all incorrect. The answer’s an easy one, however the ...

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Adam LaRoche versus the Chicago White Sox

Adam LaRoche versus the Chicago White Sox

  Raise your hand if you can take your kid to work with you… I didn’t think so. Most of us in America are unable to have the luxury of taking our children to work with us (unless you work ...

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Why Baseball Is Still The National Pastime

Why Baseball Is Still The National Pastime

I remember being in grade school and anticipating every weekend. Of course, there was no school, but it also meant that I got to watch two Oakland A’s games without being told it was time for bed. The summers were ...

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MLB Hall of Fame: The Holdovers

MLB Hall of Fame: The Holdovers

Last week we at The 3 Point Conversion took a look at the former major league baseball players making their initial appearance on the 2016 baseball Hall of Fame ballot. This week we look at some of the players who ...

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MLB Awards – What Were They Thinking?

MLB Awards – What Were They Thinking?

You can probably tell from the title I’m less than enthused with the postseason awards in Major League Baseball. Some of them were dead on, but a couple – yikes! There was a basic misunderstanding of the definition of “valuable” ...

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First Ballot MLB Hall-of-Famers

First Ballot MLB Hall-of-Famers

    The list of first-time Major League Baseball Hall of Fame-hopefuls was announced last week. There are 15 players who make their initial appearance on the ballot. The median career WAR for players already in the Hall of Fame ...

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