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Lessons From The World

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The origins of baseball aren’t easily identifiable. Don’t believe me? Check the Internet. But, regardless of where the sport got its beginnings, it’s our sport. We’ve been calling it our “national pastime” since 1856 (another…

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No Crime was Committed

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“We were robbed!” “They cheated us!” “They stole to trophy!” Many 49er faithful are still agonizing over the loss in SuperBowl XLVII to the Baltimore Ravens. There are many reasons a person could attribute to…

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To Plaque or Not to Plaque

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The Baseball Writers’ Association of America (BBWAA) decided as a group to not elect anyone into The National Baseball Hall of Fame this year. For those who aren’t familiar with the voting process, each writer…

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“Fans” vs. Fans

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As a native San Franciscan and lover of the great sport of baseball, there’s nothing I’ve hated more since March 31, 2000 than Giants “fans”. Giants “fans” are the absolute worst. They’re worse than high…

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