Moe Berg

The Secret Life of Moe Berg: MLB Star Turned WWII Spy

Last Updated: January 14th, 2024 by Jake Cain Fun Facts About Moe Berg A Most Unlikely Spy In the annals of baseball lore, few characters are as compelling as Moe Berg. His career was distinguished not so much by RBIs or home runs, but by stealth missions and secret intelligence. While his .243 batting average was unremarkable, the man who sported number 7 for teams like the Brooklyn Robins and the Boston Red Sox was …

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#7 All Star Team

The #7 All-Star Team: Here’s My Starting Line-up

Last Updated: January 9th, 2024 by Jake CainIn baseball, jersey numbers often carry a legacy, and the number 7 has been worn by some of the game’s most revered legends. While we tip our caps to the likes of Hank Greenberg, Eddie Mathews, and Barry Bonds who briefly sported the number 7, our focus is on those who made it a significant part of their identity as documented by Baseball Reference. (At least 3 seasons …

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Jackie Robinson

Is Jackie Robinson The Most Underrated Baseball Player Of All-Time?

Last Updated: January 6th, 2024 by Jake CainWhen we think of Jackie Robinson, we often focus on his groundbreaking role as a civil rights pioneer — the first African American to play in Major League Baseball in the modern era. Yet, a recent YouTube video exploring the depths of Robinson’s athletic prowess makes a compelling case: he might just be one of the greatest, and perhaps most underrated, athletes in American history. Jackie Robinson’s Lost …

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Babe Ruth

“Babe Ruth Wouldn’t Last 2 Seconds In Today’s MLB” Or Would He?

Last Updated: January 6th, 2024 by Jake CainLet’s imagine together for a moment. If Babe Ruth hopped in a time machine and played in today’s MLB, how would he do? According to the video below, he “wouldn’t last 2 seconds.” Take a look: Babe Ruth’s legendary status in baseball is unchallenged, but how would he fare in the contemporary game with its hard-throwing pitchers and high-tech analysis? It’s fascinating to ponder if the Sultan of …

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Wrigley Field Guide

Wrigley Field Guide – Where to Park, Eat, and Get Cheap Tickets

Last Updated: September 6th, 2023 by Jake CainNote: this article may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase using one of these links, I may be paid a referral fee at no expense to you. When any baseball fan starts listing parks she wants to visit, Wrigley Field is sure to be near the top of the list. Wrigley Field is one of the last two true historic ballparks left standing. With so many …

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ballparks in alabama

Alabama Ballparks: Don’t Miss These 14 Stadiums

Last Updated: March 9th, 2023 by Jake CainHey, y’all! Are you ready to talk ballparks in Alabama? Despite being known more for football, Alabama is home to some top-notch college and minor league baseball, with Auburn and the University of Alabama leading the pack with dedicated fans and highly-regarded ballfields. It’s always a great day for America’s favorite pastime, so grab your ballcap and let’s take a tour of the best ballparks in Alabama (Roll, …

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ballparks in Arizona

Arizona Ballparks: 14 Top-notch Baseball Stadiums

Last Updated: March 9th, 2023 by Jake CainArizona is a mecca for baseball lovers, boasting some of the best facilities in the country. From the iconic Chase Field to the abundance of state-of-the-art spring training facilities, there’s no shortage of exciting baseball action to be found here. But it’s not just the professionals who get to have all the fun. Arizona is also home to some top-notch college baseball fields, such as Packard Stadium at …

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biggest baseball stadium

MLB Ballpark Comparison Guide

Last Updated: March 3rd, 2023 by Jake CainBaseball fans love statistics! We know it’s always on the tip of your tongue to rattle off your home team’s record and your favorite players’ batting average and RBIs, and we’re willing to bet you can pull out some stats on the greats, too (most all-time home runs scored? Barry Bonds, 762. Best career batting average? Ty Cobb, .366. We could go on, and we bet you could …

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ballparks in Georgia

Georgia Ballparks: 9 Top Destinations for Baseball Fans

Last Updated: March 21st, 2023 by Jake CainThe state of Georgia has a rich baseball culture, and it’s also home to many historic and modern ballparks. From the intimate and historic setting of Grayson Stadium in Savannah to the sprawling and state-of-the-art home of the Atlanta Braves, Truist Park, the state of Georgia has something to offer baseball fans of all ages. If you’re traveling through Georgia and want to check out one of these …

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ballparks in Florida

Florida Ballparks: Baseball Fans Will Love These 32 Parks

Last Updated: April 5th, 2023 by Jake CainMLB fans might as well buy a second home in Florida because there’s too much to see here for just one trip! Of course, there’s Tropicana Field, the year-round-domed home of the Tampa Bay Rays, and loanDepot Park, the state-of-the-art home field of the Miami Marlins. But if you think those two stadiums are the only place to watch Major League Baseball in Florida, we have two words …

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