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A regional term for a spherical mass of crack cocaine.
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Dempsey, 27, a former Dodgers farmhand whose baseball energies now are devoted to promoting the sport in rural South Africa, sounded as thrilled afterward as a losing ballplayer could be.
2) Many baseball reporters claim the story is apocryphal, but others insist on its verity.
Not until Alaways joined the lab did the Davis team turn its attention to baseballs.
At the factory in Costa Rica, workers and supervisors alike insist there's been no change in the way baseballs are made--at least, not since the switch from horsehide to cowhide in 1974.
The agency conducted no original research to substantiate that soft baseballs were safer.
DETROIT -- As part of an ongoing effort by Major League Baseball and its business partners to make tangible, meaningful contributions to organizations that have a positive impact in the community, the CENTURY 21(R) Home Run Derby will add a new "Gold Baseball" charitable component in 2005.
And though the Angels' artifacts undoubtedly will attract the most attention over the final month, nothing in the show comes close to matching the emotional power of a promotional baseball recovered by a New York Fire Department battalion chief from the rubble after the World Trade Center attacks.
This new pact follows last year's launch of Rawlings' inaugural line of baseball and softball bats featuring Liquidmetal Pure Energy Transfer(TM) technology and extends a previous license and product development agreement.
Baseball commissioner Bud Selig claims the ball is the same.
Geraldine, recently forced to sell baseballs signed by Phil Rizzuto and Frank Robinson for $175 at a local memorabilia show, thinks major league baseball could do more to help, but she's too proud to ask.
The auctions are conducted in conjunction with the new Major League Baseball Authentication Program, the first of its kind by any professional sports league.