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Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers Mount Rushmore Vin Scully

Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers Mount Rushmore

Alex Kielar | May 15th, 2020

The Dodgers have had a very storied history, they were founded in 1883 as the Brooklyn Atlantics. They moved to the National League in 1890. The Dodgers played in Brooklyn until 1957 when they moved to Los Angeles. They won an American Association Pennant in 1889, 23 National League Pennants, and won six World Series titles, one while in Brooklyn and five while in Los Angeles. With all this history, they have had a lot of legendary players, so it will be hard to limit their Mount Rushmore to just four. Nevertheless, here we go. Continue reading

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Cleveland Indians Mount Rushmore: Jim Thome

Cleveland Indians Mount Rushmore

Daniel Corrigan| May 14th, 2020

The Cleveland Indians franchise has been around since 1894, where they were originally the Grand Rapids Rustlers, a minor league team in the Western League (which later became the American League.) They moved the team in 1900 to Cleveland where they became the Cleveland Lake Shores.

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Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos Mount Rushmore: Tim Raines

Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos Mount Rushmore

John Lepore | May 13th, 2020

A franchise that has only been around since 1969 has a limited amount of players to choose from. Especially a franchise that hasn’t had much success until recently. Nevertheless, we will choose the four players to have their faces immortalized on the Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos Mount Rushmore.

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Atlanta Braves Mount Rushmore: Hank Aaron

Atlanta Braves Mount Rushmore

Alex Kielar | May 8th, 2020

If there is a Major League Baseball season this year, it will be the 149th for the Boston/Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves. Starting out as the Boston Red Stockings in the early 1870s, they are one of the most historic teams in history and are actually the only one of the current 30 teams to field a team every season professional baseball has been in existence. With a team that has been around for so long, it is difficult to limit this to just four players. Nevertheless, here are the players who should be on a hypothetical Atlanta Braves Mount Rushmore. Continue reading

Milwaukee Brewers Mount Rushmore: Robin Yount and Paul Molitor

Milwaukee Brewers Mount Rushmore

John Lepore | May 6th, 2020

The Milwaukee Brewers have a shorter history in Major League Baseball than many teams. They started as the Seattle Pilots in 1969 and moved to Milwaukee after the sale of the team to Bud Selig. They made their only World Series appearance in 1982 so you’d expect a couple of those guys to be on this monument. Who fills out the rest of the Milwaukee Brewers Mount Rushmore?

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Los Angeles Angels Mount Rushmore: Mike Trout

Los Angeles Angels Mount Rushmore

John Lepore | May 4th, 2020

If we have a Major League Baseball season this year, it will be the 60th for the California/Los Angeles Angels. For teams like the Angels that have a shorter history than most, it is hard to pick four players. Nevertheless, let’s see who would be on the Los Angeles Angels Mount Rushmore.

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St. Louis Cardinals Mount Rushmore: Stan Musial

St. Louis Cardinals Mount Rushmore

Caitlin Roche | May 3rd, 2020

In the hypothetical erection of The St. Louis Cardinals Mount Rushmore (which in my head are just giant busts super glued to the peak of the arch), four players have cemented their names at the top of record books and on the hearts of nearly every St. Louis Cardinals fan.

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Houston Astros Mount Rushmore: Biggio and Bagwell

Houston Astros Mount Rushmore

Euan Leith | May 1st, 2020

The Houston Astros have been around since 1962, but only have three pennants and one World Series championship to their name. Despite the lack of team accolades, the franchise has had a ton of talent grace the fields of the Astrodome and Minute Maid Park.

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