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Baseball Stars Featured on the Big Screen

Sports fans, particularly baseball fans, love to head out to the field and watch their favorite teams and players out on the field, whether they win or lose. There have been many great players and moments in the history of the sport that have been immortalized on the big screen. Many of these old movies take you back into the lives of famous baseball players or teams you may or may not be familiar with. The Pride of the Yankees (1942) In The Pride of the Yankees, a movie released in 1942, viewers can watch the life story of the famous Lou Gehrig. As a boy, he grew up on the streets of New York and eventually became one of the most famous ball players, breaking virtually every record at the time. The movie follows his career through to the Yankees, including his emotional farewell … [Read More...]

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Cincinnati Reds Avoid Arbitration With Aroldis Chapman

The Cincinnati Reds have avoided arbitration with Aroldis Chapman many sources have been reporting on this very cold day for most in January. The Reds and all-star closer Aroldis Chapman by agreeing to a one-year, $5MM contract, according to the New York Post. Back in 2011, RBI Magazine first wrote an article entitled “The Fastest […]

Three Rookie Outfielders To Watch In 2014

With the 2013 regular season in the books, many daily fantasy sports players have already turned their attention to trying to find the best young players to draft next season. Fantasy baseball has turned into a year-long ordeal for the most serious fans, and as Mike Trout, Yasiel Puig and Bryce Harper have shown, young […]

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Cleveland Indians: Making Wishes Come True

By Robert White The Indians are  pushing for a playoff spot, and playing fairly well as of late. This weekend, the Tribe honored famous Indians super fan John Adams who has played the drum at home games for 40 years. They also granted a wish from a very young fan. An 8-year-old Cleveland Indians fan with […]

The Best Day of The Year

It is the first day of regular season at the ballparks. Opening Day is one of the best times of the year for many reasons. Usually occurring in late March or early April, it is the day when the Boys of Summer head to the plate, stretch the longer daylight hours, and captivate audiences with […]

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Could There Be A K-Rod/Mets Re-Union?

According to the Sporting News, Francisco Rodriguez may find himself welcomed back in Queens this offseason. A day after the Mets' former closer said he'd be willing to return to New York, a club official told ESPNNewYork.com that it would consider re-signing Rodriguez as a free agent. Francisco … [Read More...]


2010 Phillies; Where Are They Now?

The 2011 version of the Philadelphia Phillies is a lot like the 2010 version, but there are some players missing from this year's team that played for them last season. Where are they now? Greg Dobbs/FLA - .317/.774, 22 R, 12 DBL, 2 HR, and 21 RBI. Mr. Sideburns signed with Florida on a … [Read More...]


Rumors’ Jose Reyes Considering Switch To Scott Boras

Sports agents talk to already represented players all the time, but rarely do such communications get covered by the media.  When Scott Boras is involved; however, the media takes note. Recently, Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reported that New York Mets shortstop Jose Reyes is being courted by … [Read More...]


Angels Release Pitching Prospect Scott Kazmir

The Angels gave up on former Rays ace Scott Kazmir, releasing the once- promising starter. Kazmir, 27, was given his release Wednesday as the Angels closed out a three-game series in Seattle. Once among baseball's most exciting young pitchers, and a two-time All-Star with Tampa Bay, Kazmir has … [Read More...]