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MLB Network Begins 17 Hours Of Opening Day Coverage March 29 at 9 a.m. ET

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As next Thursday, March 29, will mark the first time since 1968 that every team across Major League Baseball begins their season on the same date, MLB Network will provide 17 hours of live Opening Day coverage beginning at 9:00 a.m. ET, including analysis, breakdowns and highlights of all 30 ...

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MLB, Facebook partner for weekly broadcasts

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Major League Baseball and Facebook on Wednesday unveiled a newly expanded partnership for the 2018 MLB season, highlighted by a historic agreement to produce and broadcast one game every week to a global audience on Facebook. This 25-game package of weekly broadcasts will be distributed exclusively on Facebook Watch in ...

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MLB Net ’30 Clubs In 30 Days’ Begins Thursday

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MLB Network has released its comprehensive schedule for 2018 Spring Training presented by Camping World, featuring nearly 200 games starting Friday with the 2017 World Series champion Houston Astros against the Washington Nationals live at 1:00 p.m. ET. The complete schedule of MLB Network’s 2018 Spring Training game telecasts presented by Best Western Hotels ...

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What If America Lost World War III? New Novel ‘A Mound Over Hell’ Portends

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BHC Press has announced it will publish Gary Morgenstein’s provocative new science fiction-baseball novel A Mound Over Hell to launch the author’s The Dark Depths book series. The publishing date is currently set at March 29. In making the announcement, BHC Press said, “This is one of the most unique ...

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Judge Named Topps Card No. 1 for 2018

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New York Yankees star Aaron Judge continues to earn accolades as the reigning American League Rookie of the Year was voted to be Card No. 1 in 2018 Topps® Baseball Series 1 by thousands of fans as revealed exclusively on MLB Network today. Baseball fans can get the newest Topps ...

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Topps Signs Ohtani To Card-Autograph Deal

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Baseball fans looking to collect the rookie cards of Japanese baseball star Shohei Ohtani won’t have to wait long. The Topps Company, the exclusive trading card partner of Major League Baseball, is proud to announce it has signed Ohtani to a trading card and long-term autograph deal for the upcoming ...

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Film To Remember Early Negro League Star Donaldson

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When fans think of the greatest players in baseball history who were denied the opportunity to play in the majors in the pre-Jackie Robinson era, several notable names come to mind. Josh Gibson, Cool Papa Bell, Oscar Charleston, Buck Leonard and Buck O’Neill, along with Satchel Paige and Monte Irvin, ...

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Topps Creates Global Sports & Entertainment Division

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The Topps Company Inc., a leading creator of confectionery, sports cards and entertainment products, today announced the combination of its North American and International Sports & Entertainment divisions into one Global Sports & Entertainment division. David Leiner, currently the General Manager of North American Sports & Entertainment, has been appointed ...

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Lou Gehrig Signed Yankees Contract Bidding At $110,000

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The Lou Gehrig Signed New York Yankees Uniform Players Contract from 1925 is the current high bid of $110,000 on the Steiner Auctions “Fall Classic” on-line auction which concludes this Saturday. The first page of the 92-year old artifact reads “ American League of Professional Baseball Clubs Uniform Players Contract” and features the player’s name, ...

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MLB Network’s Offseason Coverage Begins Today

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Following the Houston Astros’ first-ever World Series championship, MLB Network will  shift to its offseason coverage today with the return of the weekday morning show Hot Stove presented by Dove Men+Care at 9:00 a.m. ET, hosted by Matt Vasgersian, Harold Reynolds, Lauren Shehadi and Ken Rosenthal. Monday also marks the first of several ...

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