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MLB Rallies To Help Boy Whose Baseball Collection Was Destroyed By Fire
As thousands of Californians take stock of the damage caused by wildfires, one boy's story has at least half of the teams in Major League Baseball rallying behind him. In a letter to the Oakland Athletics, posted on Twitter by Katie Utehs, an ABC 7 ...
A's lead effort to help young fan who lost home and baseball memorabilia in fireKTVU San Francisco
Baseball fan, 9, writes letter to team after losing memorabilia to wildfireBeckley Register-Herald

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Chicago Tribune

Baseball fans deserve more protection from foul balls
Chicago Tribune
The netting at Chicago's Wrigley Field extends only far enough to shield Cubs fans sitting within 70 feet. Netting at Guaranteed Rate Field, home of the White Sox, offers similar protection, in line with the current recommendations from Major League ...

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Royals Review

Baseball could expand and realign - but why?
Royals Review
Baseball split into three divisions in each league in 1994, adding the Wild Card that year, although no post-season would be played due to a work stoppage. Since then, the league has tinkered - adding teams in Arizona and Tampa Bay, moving the Brewers ...
The Yankees are celebrating postseason baseball by creating terrifying face
Major league teams playing marathon-length games in OctoberESPN
Could Major League Baseball expand in the future? | The Kansas ...Kansas City Star (blog)
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Chicago Tribune

Baseball-loving brothers, now in 90s, were indispensable to Cubs, Dodgers for decades
Chicago Tribune
They worked in Major League Baseball clubhouses for decades, ordering bats and washing uniforms. One brother toiled for the Cubs, a white floppy fishing hat perched atop his head. The other brother labored on the West Coast with the Dodgers, where he ...

Minneapolis Star Tribune

Baseball America's John Manuel to join Twins scouting department
Minneapolis Star Tribune
John Manuel, editor of Baseball America and well-known in baseball circles as a writer/columnist for that publication, will join the Twins in their pro scouting department on Nov. 1. Manuel posted the news on his Facebook page Tuesday morning, saying ...
Baseball America editor, prospect writer John Manuel hired as Minnesota Twins scoutAwful Announcing
Twins hire Baseball America Editor in Chief to join pro-scouting departmentTwinkie Town
Twins hire Baseball America's John Manuel to work in the pro scouting departmentHardballTalk (blog)
Puckett's Pond (blog)
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BUFFS TO STROS: History of Houston baseball
The Astros weren't the only baseball team to represent Houston. The city's professional baseball history goes back to the 1800's. Houston Buffaloes The minor league Houston Buffaloes were the city's pro baseball club from 1888 until 1961. Their ...

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Willamette Week

Portland has ownership group in place for MLB team, looking to fast-track baseball to Oregon
Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred listens to a question following the two-day meeting of Major League Baseball owners, Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017, in Chicago. In September, he said Portland "would be on a list" of potential expansion cities.
Former Blazers Announcer Mike Barrett Campaigning to Bring Major League Baseball to PortlandWillamette Week
Baseball America's MLB expansion and realignment plan would suck for the TwinsTwinkie Town
Major League Baseball considering expansion, radical realignmentHardballTalk (blog)
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Purpose 2 Play

Blind Baseball: The Long Island Bombers go all out
Purpose 2 Play
New York may be all about the Yankees right now, but there's another local team worth talking about — the Long Island Bombers, an adaptive baseball team for those who are blind or visually impaired. Baseball for those who can't see? You bet. And those ...

FOX Carolina

Former Clemson baseball player dies after injured in ATV crash, per coroner
FOX Carolina
An ATV accident in the Upstate took the life of a former Clemson baseball pitcher on Tuesday. Blake Holliday was listed in critical condition at Greenville Health System on October 12 following an ATV accident in Anderson County, the coroner confirmed.
Former Clemson pitcher dies after accidentThe State
Former Clemson baseball player, 19, dies after ATV

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WYFF Greenville

Former Clemson baseball player died after ATV crash, coroner says
WYFF Greenville
A former Clemson baseball player has died Tuesday following an ATV accident, according to Anderson County coroner Don McCown. McCown said Holliday had passed away on Tuesday at 2:46 p.m. from the injuries sustained in that crash. Advertisement.

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