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Wayne Garrett autographed baseball card (New York Mets) 1975 SSPC

Baseball great Willie Howard Mays was born May 6th,1931. Mays played with both the New York and San Francisco Giants. He was National League batting champion four times and twice the league's Most Valuable Player.

Willie Mays and MLB's 50 Greatest Living Ballplayers - Willie Mays - the greatest living ballplayer goes to Willie Mays, as he was the true definition of a five-tool player and is a serious candidate for the title of greatest baseball player of all time.

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Miguel Cabrera in Minnesota Twins v Florida Marlins

Miguel Cabrera of the Florida Marlins reacts after striking out against the Minnesota Twins during interleague play at Dolphin Stadium on June 2007 in Miami, Florida. The Marlins defeated the Twins - 1 of 2

Harry Heilmann -  HOF 1952

Baseball History: Death of Harry Heilmann July 1951 - Harry Edwin Heilmann nicknamed “Slug,” was a Major League Baseball player who played 17 seasons with the Detroit Tigers and Cincinnati Reds.

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The first players voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame were (clock-wise from upper left): Christy Mathewson, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson. Best class ever.

Willie Mays #playbaseball

Willie Mays #playbaseball

Athletic pubalgia is known as "hockey goalie/baseball pitcher syndrome."  Well, the injury can loosely be described as a sports hernia, but it is not technically classified as such. Our understanding is that it means Tulowitzki sustained a single tear or multiple tears in his groin at some point, which led to the muscle fibers folding inward and becoming entrapped as the torn layer heals.

Troy Tulowitzki diagnosed with ‘hockey goalie-baseball pitcher syndrome’ (but what is it?)

Troy Tulowitzki diagnosed with ‘hockey goalie-baseball pitcher syndrome’ (but what is it?

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Felix Millan - Member of the 1973 New York Mets National League Champions by Ghost of Fire, via Flickr

Felix Millan - Member of the 1973 New York Mets National League Champions by Ghost of Fire, via Flickr

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