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Where did Buster Posey go wrong in Monday’s Giants vs. Nationals brawl?

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On Monday, San Francisco Giants’ catcher, and former National League MVP Buster Posey, became a big story after his involvement in a huge brawl in San Francisco, Actually, he was not involved. To put it mildly, that is the very reason he became a big story on Tuesday. It all began when Posey’s teammate, Hunter Strickland, hit another former National League MVP, Bryce Harper, with a 98-mph fastball late in Monday’s game between the Giants and Harper’s Washington Nationals. Harper charged the…

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Ken Griffey Jr. could set Hall of Fame vote record

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On Wednesday, the Baseball Hall of Fame is set to announce its newest members. One player is a lock while a few others are on the edge of admission. Ken Griffey Jr. will receive the phone call telling him he is officially a member of the ultra-exclusive club, but one question remains. How many will not vote for him? If anyone should be a unanimous selection, it should be the Windermere, Florida, resident. The statistics are mind-boggling. In 22 seasons…

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Hank Aaron to headline Governor’s Baseball Dinner on Wednesday

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Governor Charlie Crist has expressed his gratitude to 21-time All-Star and 1982 Hall of Fame inductee and baseball star, Hank Aaron, for participating in this year’s Governor’s Baseball Dinner on Wednesday, February 17, 2010, in St. Petersburg. Each year, the Governor’s Baseball Dinner honors the Major League Baseball Clubs, and their Minor League affiliates, who hold spring training or play year-round in Florida. “Hank Aaron is a baseball icon and his contributions to this year’s Baseball Dinner will surely make…

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Hank Aaron to headline Governor’s Baseball Dinner on Wednesday

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Governor Charlie Crist has expressed his gratitude to 21-time All-Star and 1982 Hall of Fame inductee and baseball star, Hank Aaron, for participating in this year’s Governor’s Baseball Dinner on Wednesday, February 17, 2010, in St. Petersburg. Each year, the Governor’s Baseball Dinner honors the Major League Baseball Clubs, and their Minor League affiliates, who hold spring training or play year-round in Florida. “Hank Aaron is a baseball icon and his contributions to this year’s Baseball Dinner will surely make…

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