Tag Archives: MLB History

The 1990s Cleveland Indians: The Worst Dynasty In Baseball

Daniel Corrigan | March 30th, 2020

When you think of teams dominating a single decade, you think multiple championships. The Steelers in the 70s, the Bulls in the 90s, the Yankees in, well every decade until the 70s.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – March 28: Player Traded For Stadium Rental?

Alex Kielar | March 28th, 2020

As we continue the “This Day In Baseball History” series, myself and Nick Jehamy again looked back in time. Baseball has the advantage of having a very historic past, so we have a lot to look back on as we do this series.

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Dodgers Top Ten Second Baseman of All-Time

Levon Satamian| June 21st, 2019

The Los Angeles Dodgers have had many great talents over the years. I am going to take a look back at the top ten Dodgers of All-Time in each position, starting with the second basemen. Continue reading

Team History: Baltimore Orioles

John Lepore | June 16th, 2019

Happy Father’s Day to all of the dads out there. During the season we will cover the history of all 30 current Major League franchises. You will get some background, iconic players and moments, and postseason results. For this week, let’s take a look at the Baltimore Orioles who have a long history with many iconic moments and players.

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The Worst Contracts In MLB History: AL East

John Supowitz | June 12th, 2019

Every team has signed contracts they regret. Some turned out badly because of injury, others due to lack of production. Either way, here are the worst contracts for the teams in the American League East. Stay tuned for the rest of Major League Baseball, division by division.

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Team History: Florida/Miami Marlins

Alex Kielar | June 6th, 2019

Every week we will take a look at the history of one team. You will get some background, iconic players and moments, and postseason results. For this week, let’s take a look at the Miami “Formally Known as Florida” Marlins who have a short but fairly historic history. Continue reading

Bill Buckner: Beloved in the Game

John Lepore | May 28th, 2019

Bill Buckner passed away yesterday at the age of 69 from Lewy Body Dementia. It is a sad day when baseball loses one of its prominent players and Buckner is no exception. 22 years in the Show and you tend to make some friends. Billy Buck had a ton.

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