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Pro-life Money is No Good Here

The Kansas City Royals rank either last or close to last every year in attendance. And this isn’t likely to help. The Royals were supposed to host “Right to Life” Night at the ballpark when Missouri Right to Life bought… Continue Reading →

Worst First Pitch…Evah

EMBED-Worst First Pitch In Baseball History – Watch more free videos There is no excuse for being this bad. None. HT Right Wing Video

Fr. Barron on A-Rod

Steriods, baseball and the “invasion of grace”:

NY Mets Too Big To Fail?

The New York Mets are suffering a stunning late season collapse once again. Leading by three games just a week ago, they are now a game-and-a half behind the first place Phillies and without a drastic change, the Mets could… Continue Reading →

It’s a Lousy Night To Be An Atheist

During the All Star Home Run Derby this week, Josh Hamilton exploded in the first round with a derby record 28 home runs, making him the most inspirational sports story in years. The former Sports Illustrated writer and current ESPN… Continue Reading →

There Is Nothing Like A Dame … and a Dame?

There is nothin’ like a dame,Nothin’ in the world,There is nothin’ at a gameThat is anythin’ like a dame … and a dame? There is quite the hubbub (without the bub) going on in Seattle after two female Mariner fans… Continue Reading →

Greatest Play in Baseball History

On April 25, 1976, during a game at Dodger Stadium, two protesters ran into the outfield and tried to set fire to an American flag they had brought with them. Rick Monday, then playing with the Cubs, noticed they had… Continue Reading →

The Devil Exorcised from Baseball

Trying to reinvent itself, the perennial last-place baseball team the Tampa Bay Devil Rays officially shortened its nickname to simply “Rays” during a celebration that brought a crowd of about 7,000 to a downtown park this weekend. The devil has… Continue Reading →

Our Lady of Lourdes Goes 2-3 in NLDS

Ninety minutes before the game, Phillies publicity director John Brazer had gone to the clubhouse on a mission, according to the Philadelphia Daily News. His mother Elena, a devout Catholic, had given him a bottle of Holy Water from Lourdes…. Continue Reading →

Barry Bonds and Cafeteria Catholics

He did it. He finally did it. Barry Bonds broke the home run record. For weeks the chase was worthy of exhaustive news coverage even when nothing occurred. The home run record is the most important record in all of… Continue Reading →

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