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  • The Chipper Jones Farewell Stadium Tour

    Regardless if you love or hate the Atlanta Braves there is really no way you can have hard feelings towards Chipper Jones. He is a rare player that earned the respect of players and fans alike throughout his 17 year career. At the start of the season Chipper announced that he will retire at the end of the year and in true poetic baseball form Chipper is having a great year, hitting .304 and leading his Braves to a potential playoff birth.

  • The 10 Greatest No. 1 Draft Picks In MLB History

    In the 47 year history of the MLB draft only two number one overall draft pick have gone on to never play a single game in the bigs. Not a bad track record. Some players have had mediocre careers, some players are still in the league padding careers that are already memorable and others have gone on to be Hall of Famers. Right now we look at the 10 greatest overall #1 draft choices in the history of Major League Baseball. Stephen Strasburg [2009] Washington Nationals – San Diego State University Justin Upton [2005] Arizona Diamondbacks – Great Bridge High School Joe Mauer [2001] Minnesota Twins – Cretin-Derham Hall High School Adrian Gonzalez [2000] Florida Marlins – Eastlake High School Harold Baines [1977] Chicago White Sox – St. Michaels Middle/High School Josh Hamilton [1999] Tampa Bay Devil Rays – Athens Drive High School Darryl Strawberry [1980] New York Mets – Crenshaw High School Chipper Jones [1990] Atlanta Braves – Bolles High School Alex Rodriguez [1993] Seattle Mariners – Westminster Christian High School Ken Griffey, Jr. [1987] Seattle Mariners – Moeller High School

  • Scenes From Week Four of MLB Spring Training 2012 [53 Photos]

    Last week’s Insiders Look at Week 3 of MLB Spring Training 2012 [53 High Quality PHOTOS] showed each team’s race to be prepare for the start of competitive spring training action as players worked harder than ever to compete for a starting position. This week marks the unofficial start of baseball season as teams have been playing inter-squad games and limited inning games against local rivals. We saw big name players rebound from injuries, coaches get throw out of games, incredible plays and even saw a few tie games this week as coaches try not to push players to hard in the beginning of the season. As you prep for your upcoming fantasy draft enjoy this behind the scenes look at spring training 2012.

  • An Insiders Look at Week 3 of MLB Spring Training 2012 [53 High Quality PHOTOS]

      Last week’s Scenes From Week Two of MLB Spring Training 2012 [52 Photos] marked the first week the full squad practice at camp where players worked on fundamentals, caught up with their co-workers, spoke to the media, signed autographs and shot a surprising amount of video so it can be ready in time for opening day in early April. Now as the initial training phase winds down and full games start it is all business. Teams are in a race to be prepared for opening day and players are working harder than ever to compete for a starting position. As you prep for your upcoming fantasy draft enjoy this behind the scenes look at spring training 2012.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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