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Royal Card of the Day 5/15/13 Happy Birthday Mullet! Edition

Hey all, like a few of you I'm an avid baseball card collector. I love them and they love to eat up my wallet. I love ripping into wax, but I especially enjoy building onto my massive Royals card...

This Week in Baseball Season 1 Recaps: Episode 15

It's Let's Get Small Week on TWIB '77! Small guys playing small ball, doing little things to win big games! Also, Lou Brock explains himself. (Not really)

This Week in Baseball Season 1: Episode 14

Episode 14 of TWIB '77 features historic base stealing, historic indifference to the pain of others, and Ralph Houk crowned as King of the Crazy Managers!

This Week in Baseball Season 1 Recaps: Episode 11

TWIB '77 reaches episode 11! With cameos from Danny Kaye, Ron Luciano, and the most obtuse crowd sign ever.

This Week in Baseball Season One Recaps: Episode 7

This Week in Baseball '77 continues with a special look at Canada, an All Star Game preview, and some terrible, terrible fielding!

This Week in Baseball Season One Recaps: Episode 3

TWIB '77 episode 3 recap! The Phillies surge, Don Sutton scuffs, and no one at Wrigley Field can run!

A Very Brief and Likely Premature Thought, Upon Which Jesus Montero Intrudes

Back in the old days, when the Royals were good, George Brett used to terrorize the Yankees at Yankee Stadium. He was a career .311/.390/.509 hitter at the old ballpark, bashing 18 doubles and 17...

Don't You Forget About Me

Stan Musial can't believe Tim McCarver forgot about him. (AP) I don't make a habit of playing "gotcha" with baseball announcers, but in the bottom of the fourth inning of the FOX...

George Brett, Logan Morrison, and the Marlins: RR-Related News

From Al Yellon at Bleed Cubbie Blue (go to BCB for links that verify what follows): "What was supposed to be a nice story about Logan Morrison honoring his father has turned into a big of PR black eye for the Miami Marlins. The outfielder, who sports number 20, requested that he be permitted to wear number 5 in honor of his deceased father (who was a big George Brett fan). The number had previously been retired by the Marlins, as a way of memorializing the team's first president, Carl Barger, who served in that post from July 8, 1991 until his death in December of the following year. The Marlins apparently thought Barger's family was on board with the number un-retirement, but the family says no one ever contacted them about the change. Inadvertently failing to cross all of your T's and dot all of your I's rarely looks quite that ugly. (The Marlins finally reached out yesterday.)"

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