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It is the Beginning of the End for Chief Wahoo?

Prior to the All-Star Game, Rob Manfred said he would be tabling any discussion of demanding the Cleveland Indians ditch their Chief Wahoo logo until after the season. Not wanting to wait until the baseball commissioner decides that a red-faced, smiling Native American might not be the best thing for a post-1950s America, Topps had started to phase out the thing. It’s true

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TODAY IN BASEBALL: July 25

TODAY IN BASEBALL courtesy of National Pastime 1966 – Red Sox great Ted Williams is inducted into the Hall of Fame. In his induction speech, the ‘Splendid Splinter’ makes a strong appeal for the inclusion of Negro League stars at Cooperstown. 1990 – Between games of a twin bill against Cincinnati on ‘Working Women’s Night’ at Jack Murphy Stadium, Roseanne Barr, the star of the hit television show whose executive producer is new Padres’ owner Tom Werner, sings an irreverent rendition of the The Star-Spangled Banner that will be widely criticized, including a remark by President George H

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TODAY IN BASEBALL: July 20

TODAY IN BASEBALL courtesy of National Pastime 1976 – Hank Aaron hit his last big league homer off Angels’ hurler Dick Drago en route to a 6-2 Brewers’ win. The round tripper is ‘Hammerin’ Hank’s’ 755th and establishes the all-time major league record for career home runs. 1976 – Mark Fidrych throws his twelfth complete game in his 13th start of the season, a streak that includes three 11-inning contests

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TODAY IN BASEBALL: July 17

TODAY IN BASEBALL courtesy of National Pastime 1941 – Thanks to the outstanding defensive work of Indians’ third baseman Ken Keltner, Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hitting streak ends in Cleveland’s Municipal Stadium in front of 67,000 fans. The ‘Yankee Clipper’ who batted .408 during the stretch, will begin another streak that will last 17 games, extending the remarkable span of hitting safely to 73 of 74 games. 1961 – After checking in a month earlier at an Atlanta hospital, where he placed beside his bed a brown bag filled with $1 million in negotiable securities along a with Luger, Ty Cobb dies at the age of seventy-four after a long battle with cancer.

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Sonoma Stompers Pitcher Makes History

Twenty years ago, Ila Borders made history when she became the first woman to win a men’s professional baseball game. Saturday night in Sonoma, California…history was made again. With seven innings of one-run ball, Stacy Piagno led her Stompers to a 16-1 victory over the Pittsburg Diamonds and, in the process, joined Borders as one of only three women to get a “W” against men

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HOVG Rewind: Jamie Moyer’s Record-Setting Night

Seven years ago, Vernon Wells wiped Hall of Famer Robin Roberts name from the record books. With one swing of the bat, the then-Toronto Blue Jays outfielder made Jamie Moyer the all-time leader for the most home runs allowed (506) in Major League Baseball history. For Moyer, it all started June 16, 1986 with a win against the Philadelphia Phillies.

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Wade Boggs Considering Losing the Mustache?

Wade Boggs has had , at the least, a mustache longer than Jesus walked the Earth… so why he’s considering shaving off his signature face foliage is beyond anyone’s guess. This can’t happen.

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TODAY IN BASEBALL: May 28

TODAY IN BASEBALL courtesy of National Pastime 1951 – After starting his career 0-for-12, Giants rookie Willie Mays gets his first hit, a 450-foot homer off Braves left-hander Warren Spahn. Ironically, it is the first of 18 home runs the ‘Say Hey Kid’ will hit off the Hall of Fame hurler, the most he will hit off any one pitcher.

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TODAY IN BASEBALL: May 25

TODAY IN BASEBALL courtesy of National Pastime 1922 – After being called out for trying to stretch a single into double, Babe Ruth throws dirt the umpire’s eye, then goes after a heckler in the stands, and finishes his tirade by standing on the dugout roof calling the crowd “yellow” cowards. These actions will result in a one game suspension, a $200 fine, and will cost the ‘Bambino’ his Yankee captaincy, a position he has held for less than a week. 1998 – Cardinals first baseman Mark McGwire becomes the first player in major league history to hit 25 home runs before June 1

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TODAY IN BASEBALL: May 22

TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY courtesy of National Pastime 1982 – In his last major league at bat, Mario Mendoza, who will become a minor league hitting instructor, reaches first on a fielder’s choice, ending his nine-year career with a .215 batting average. The Ranger infielder’s name will become infamous as players struggling at the plate will be described as performing below the ‘Mendoza Line’.

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