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A regional term for a spherical mass of crack cocaine.
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Over half of the professional baseball players entered the armed forces, while others sought war jobs at munitions factories, shipyards, and steel mills.
Cooper had seen plenty of steroid users and plenty of "naked baseball players," and he couldn't name one obvious juicer in the entire sport.
Right, the federal government has nothing better to do than pursue some personal vendetta against a baseball player.
Millions of bobbleheads depicting thousands of people - baseball players, basketball stars, auto racers and even members of the Rolling Stones - have been produced in the past five years and most of them have been given away, fueling a craze that has fans standing in line outside stadiums and collectors eyeing price appreciation.
MLBAM"), and the Major League Baseball Players Association ("MLBPA") today announced that they have agreed to an exclusive relationship combining the personal attributes and marketing power of Major League baseball players as a group with the trademarks, symbols and logos of Major League Baseball and its teams for exploitation through interactive media.
one of the most gifted baseball players I've ever seen.
Colorado Rockies baseball player Shawn Chacon helped launch the program at Loyola Elementary School with local high school and elementary school students attending the special event.
Finalists will be matched with a 2005 Major League Baseball player competing in the CENTURY 21 Home Run Derby; the finalist paired with the Major League Baseball player who captures the 2005 CENTURY 21 Home Run Derby title will win the grand prize.
23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) today announced the launch of Infield Chatter (www.
MSC Cruises, an Italy-based cruise company, has announced that former major league baseball players will be featured on select 2010-2011 Caribbean Cruises.
Or that baseball players tend to ground out on low pitches and fly out on high pitches?