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111-Year-Old Yankee Fan Is The Same Age As The Yankees, Remembers Meeting Babe Ruth, Is Ridiculously Sharp For 111 (VIDEO)
Oh, and they weren’t even called the Yankees at that point. They were the Baltimore Orioles, who then moved to New York and temporarily became the New York Highlanders. They’d still need 12 before anyone said Yankees. This dude is O-L-D.
It’s Prince Fielder’s birthday today, so you know what that means: It’s time to look at pictures of him when he was just the chubby little son of Cecil Fielder. Oh jeez, he’s so freakin’ adorable. And look at what he’s wearing, with his little Detroit Tigers hat and his… New York Football Giants t-shirt? And his… Chicago Cubs pants?
There is no one quite like Jackie Robison for America’s other favorite sports, for a number of reasons. But it still took great courage and conviction to be the first black player in the NBA, NFL, NHL, the PGA and even NASCAR. Let’s look back and remember these individuals on Jackie Robinson Day.
Celebrate the Fall Classic with a an ode to baseball team names and the places they’ve been.
You thought everything from grandma and grandpa’s era was in black-and-white, didn’t you? Well, Pleasantville-style, here’s the 1939 World Series in fantastic color, when the Yankees took on the Reds and everyone dressed like a dandy.
Just as the Giants are the champions of the NFL and Novak Djokovic is the number one tennis player in the world, so too is Bob Ryan the best in the field of NBA history. Respect, Bob. Props. Swag.
Sports fans everywhere know that referees are prone to mistakes, and a recent finding shows that this has been the case for nearly two thousand years.
Roy Halladay has thrown a no-hitter against the Cincinnati Reds in game 1 of their NLDS playoff series. It’s Halladay’s second no-hitter of the 2010 season, and the sixth no-hitter of the 2010 season.