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The MLB walk-up song is the most innovative thing to hit the sport in the last 50 years (DH? A lower pitching mound? Really?). It got it’s start from the organists at ballparks who would play samples of songs to reflect what was going on (my favorite being the White Sox organist playing Kenny Roger’s “Lucille” when Oakland’s Dave Stewart came into a game in 1985 – he had just been arrested for soliciting a transvestite prostitute named, yes, Lucille). Then it gathered steam when Charlie Sheen’s Ricky Vaughn came out of the bullpen to the Trogg’s “Wild Thing” in “Major League.”
Munenori Kawasaki is not a slugger (.324 this season). Munenori Kawasaki is not a base stealer (0 this season). Munenori Kawasaki is not a prospect (33 years old this season). But he is a hell of an interview.
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White Sox slugger Adam Dunn stepped up to the plate, smacked what looked to be a sure homer to left field, and forever changed the faced the Earth as we know it.
Fantasy owners have made it through the All-Star break; now it’s crunch time. Whether your team is suffering from a few injuries or just needs an extra burst of life, this edition of The Watch List has you covered. All of the players on this list have seen a recent spike in production or playing time, or they will get their chance soon enough. These players are owned in less than 30 percent in CBS Sports, ESPN, and Yahoo! leagues.
If you’re an MLB ballboy or ballgirl, the best you can hope for is a quick 15 minutes of fame on SportsCenter. Typically, said 15 minutes rolls around thanks to a sweet highlight reel catch of a foul ball down one of the base lines. Then there’s the exception to that rule, where a ballboy/ballgirl accidentally fields a baseball that is in play.