R.I.P. New York Yankees Legend Yogi Berra

R.I.P. New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra! Thanks for the wonderful memories as well as for being an incredible ambassador for the game of baseball. You made us smile and laugh – even when you probably didn’t mean it. For … Continue reading

September 11 and MLB Legend Pete Rose

Full throttle was the only way Pete Rose knew how to play baseball.

Playing with a “pedal to the metal” attitude every time he took to the diamond, Pete Rose lived up to his Charlie Hustle nickname. He remains one of baseball’s most famous players, despite agreeing to be banned from the game in 1987 for betting on the sport.

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MIKE Launches FREE Baseball Sports Comic Book for MLB Opening Week

More than 150 years ago, Major League Baseball became known as America’s favorite pastime.

Prior to TV and the internet and long before the popularization of professional basketball, football and hockey, American athletes and sports fans “passed their time away” watching or playing baseball.

Since its first formal game in Hoboken, NJ back in 1863, baseball has evolved into family friendly sports entertainment.

Major League Baseball has enraptured fans for decades. From Spring Training through the dog days of summer and all the way into the Fall Classic, Americans love their favorite pastime.

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