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Why Buffalo Is Better than NYC

The Top 10 reasons why Buffalo is better than New York City. Click through for the full list. Advertisements

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Top 10 Greatest Left Fielders

This is the 7th in a series of 9 which focuses on the greatest baseball players ever.  This post is focused on left fielders.  The extreme lack of posts is due to the fact that school eats your life alive.  … Continue reading

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Top 10 Greatest Shortstops

This is the 6th post in a series of 9 which focuses on the greatest baseball players ever.  This in the final post on infielders and focuses on shortstops. 1. Honus Wagner – 1897-1917 (LOU, PIT)  Wagner is a memeber … Continue reading

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Top 10 Greatest Third Basemen

This is the 5th post in a series of 9 which focus on the greatest baseball players ever.  Today’s installment focuses on third basemen. 1. Mike Schmidt – 1972-1989 (PHI)  Schmidt has acquired numerous accolades throughout his career.  He is … Continue reading

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Top 10 Greatest Second Basemen

Today is the 4th of 9 in a series of posts centering on the greatest baseball players ever.  Today is focusing on second basemen. 1. Rogers Hornsby – 1915-1937 (STL, NYG, BOS, CHC, STL)  Hornsby is the only player to … Continue reading

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Top 10 Greatest First Basemen

Today’s post is the 3rd in a series of 9 focusing on the greatest baseball players of all time.  This installment centers on first basemen. 1. Lou Gehrig – 1923-1939 (NYY)  Before ALS claimed the life of the greatest first … Continue reading

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Top 10 Greatest Catchers

Today’s post focuses on the 10 greatest catchers of all time…with a twist at the end. 1. Johnny Bench – 1967-1983 (CIN)  14 time all-star (including 13 years in a row), 10 time Gold Glove winner (all in a row), … Continue reading

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