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See Trailer For ‘Baltimore Baseball Before The Birds’

The current iteration of the Baltimore Orioles made their debut in Charm City in 1954, when the perennial also-ran St. Louis Browns moved into town. But the history of baseball in Baltimore goes back a century further. A documentary by Ken Mars, Baltimore Baseball Before The Birds 1858-1881, is scheduled ...

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Topps adds New York Yankees Luis Severino to Topps Authentics™ Lineup

The Topps Company, Inc., the exclusive trading card partner of Major League Baseball, has added New York Yankees pitcher Luis Severino to its Topps Authentics lineup with an exclusive memorabilia deal. Severino’s autographed memorabilia will be sold exclusively through Topps Authentics, which will include baseballs, jerseys, oversized cards and more. ...

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World Champion Royals, ‘The Most Interesting Man In Baseball’ And The Astrodome Featured In New Episodes Of MLB Network Presents Beginning Next Week

MLB Network Presents, MLB Network’s original series of documentaries and access-driven profiles hosted by Bob Costas, returns next week featuring a new slate of episodes, including the story of baseball glory returning to Kansas City, an in-depth look at the man who Rolling Stone dubbed “The Most Interesting Man in ...

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New NFL Network Series The Timeline Continues With ‘Jersey Guys’

NFL Network’s new documentary series The Timeline from NFL Films continues on Tuesday, December 8 at 8:00 PM ET with Jersey Guys, a one-hour show detailing the New York Giants’ move out of New York to New Jersey. Music icon and New Jersey native Jon Bon Jovi narrates. For a ...

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New NFL Network Series ‘The Timeline’ Premieres With Brett Favre’s Return to Lambeau Field

NFL Network’s new documentary series The Timeline from NFL Films premieres Thursday with an exclusive, all-encompassing look at Brett Favre’s return to Lambeau Field. Airing throughout the month of December and into the new year, The Timeline features six, hour-long episodes chronicling seminal moments that formed the NFL’s storied past, ...

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MLB Network To Air More Than 35 Hours Of Live Coverage From The 2015 MLB Winter Meetings

After a Winter Meetings last year that saw 79 players switch teams, MLB Network will provide more than 35 live hours of coverage over five days at the 2015 MLB Winter Meetings headquarters in Nashville next week, including insiders Peter Gammons (@pgammo), Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS), Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) and Joel ...

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Berra Museum Opens ‘Athletes To Broadcasters’ Exhibit

Howard Cosell may have railed against “jockocracy” — former athletes in the broadcast booth — in his later years (after having once been a great facilitator in that area). Despite his pronouncement, retired players have provided analysis and in some cases play-by-play since the early days of sports media. Now ...

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‘The Legend of ‘Swee’ Pea’’ Set To Debut November 17 and 19 at DOC NYC

The streets of New York have spawned a long list of playground legends, from Nate “Tiny” Archibald and Connie Hawkins to Earl “The Goat” Manigault and “Pee Wee” Kirkland. However few have had the rise, the fall and the rise again that Lloyd “Swee Pea” Daniels had in the 1980’s ...

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For The Record-Harlem Globetrotters Set Seven Guinness World Records® Records

The world famous Harlem Globetrotters began the day holding five official Guinness World Records® records. On Wednesday alone they set seven, including a record for most basketball three pointers made by a pair in one minute – held by NBA superstars Kevin Durant and Dirk Nowitzki – and the third ...

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MLB Strikes To Protect The Game…

How valuable is data, especially in the fast growing markets of daily fantasy and sports gambling on a global scale? Some may say millions, if not billions, some may say its invaluable. Now it appears leagues in the US are following the path of those in markets where legal sports ...

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