Opening Day: 1976

It was difficult to imagine the Boston Red Sox would end up stealing a 2-1 win in 13 innings as Jim Palmer stood on the mound in the top of the ninth, staring in for the sign from catcher Andy Merchant. Working with Merchant, who was traded to Baltimore from Boston late in spring training,... Continue Reading →

The Bucs: 20 Consecutive Losing Seasons

By David Carducci I'm looking forward to this head-to-head challenge between two Pirates fans named John. John 1 is an engineer who works at NASA. He approaches problem solving analytically. It's a matter-of-fact style that is very different from John 2, who is very much a people-person in his work as a manager. John 1 and... Continue Reading →

…Now batting…Rod Serling

  "Think of what we could do if we were ever in the same lineup together for more than just an All-Star Game" Cleveland's Babe Ruth speaking to Lou Gehrig of Philadelphia during batting practice at the 1927 All-Star Game LeBron James may be the biggest name in Cleveland sports today, but only one name... Continue Reading →

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