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One on One Looks Back at Hall of Fame Weekend in Cooperstown

by Kris Venezia, Kenny Ducey, Nick Logerfo
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.

Neil R, Flickr

For most people history stays in the past as a distance memory, or a story handed down from generations. For a small hidden town called Cooperstown in upstate New York, history comes alive once a year for Hall of Fame weekend. Baseball greats are immortalized in this town that is as much a part of baseball as hotdogs and cracker jacks. A year removed from a Hall of Fame weekend that didn’t see a single person inducted, six baseball greats came to Cooperstown to take their rightful place in history.

On Deck: September 27th - Big Shoes to Fill

by Kenny Ducey

Keith Allison || Flickr

Kenny Ducey and Eric Mollo discuss everything surrounding the Yankees, from Mariano's retirement to free agency and A-Rod's appeal hearing. They also talk about the recent brawl between the Braves and Brewers, the worst K/BB ratio in 30 years, and much more!

Film Review: Trouble with the Curve

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Photos courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

In sports, it usually takes three of something to deem it a streak, especially in baseball where there’s a number for everything. Maybe it’s just a coincidence that for the second consecutive year we’ve been given a baseball film in late September (recall last year’s Moneyball, the Oscar nominated Billy Beane memoir). This year’s diamond flick, Trouble With The Curve, besides a similar release date examines more front office dynamics, but this time with a slap back at the sabermetric world, balancing front office order by chronicling an aging scout who believes in evaluating players without those hokey computers.

Help Wanted: Rotation in Need of a Boost

by Kris Venezia
ShellyS

When the New York Yankees cleaned their plate with a sweep earlier this season, the New York Mets turned it right around, sweeping the Tampa Bay Rays in stunning fashion. How about the last week of June? The Mets won four straight to close out the month, bringing them two and a half games back.