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    On September 8, 1998 Mark McGwire conquered the previous home run record set in a single season by Roger Maris in 1961. The event was memorable to most fans when he defeated Roger Maris, and finalized baseball's new season record of 70 home runs. Mark McGwire was a powerful man and he was known for his ability to smash baseballs great distances. However, many disagree that he was able to launch a baseball 500 feet and beyond. No doubt, this is a great distance to project a baseball. Many years ago

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    Barry Bonds

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    that has garnered him recognition as one of the greatest MLB players of all time. He holds a grand total of seven MVPs with four of them earned consecutively, eight Gold Glove and fourteen All-Start awards. Statistically, he has the all-time 762 MLB home run record, including 73 single-season record set in 2001. Bonds also holds the 2,558 walks and 688 intentional walks. Barry Bonds: Career Batting and Field Statistics: ESPN tallied record covering each active year Barry Bonds played for the MLB.

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    Glenn MLA BIO

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    Babe Ruth famous? Babe Ruth is famous because of his home run hit in 1932 game 3 in the world series. At that time Babe Ruth was playing for the New York Yankees after that he was nicknamed the “shot”. He is also famous for hitting his first home run hit in major-league baseball in 1915. In 1920 Babe hit a record of fifty-four home runs in one season. Babe hit three home run hits in one world series game in 1926 , and in 1927 he hit sixty home runs. In 1936 George Herman Ruth Jr. was chosen for the

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    50’s when GI boys were coming home the housing market was hotter than the Yankees parking lot in the middle of July. Sales soared running on the adrenaline of the hot streak. In the next decades the market slowed a little, every hot streak has to end sometime. In the early 2000’s America got a jolt of swagger; putting up houses at such a pace and price that any bad investment would still be bought and make gobs of money. Like any a hitter though, after a good run often comes a precipitous fall

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    just assume that baseball is a boring game played with two teams that have nine players on each side, who both take turns hitting and going on defense. People sometimes think that the game is only nine innings, and the team with the most amount of runs in the end wins. But there is so much more to it than that and it's all thanks to mathematics. I have especially noticed this due to my personal engagement with baseball, it is the main sport I play and I play almost everyday for about 2 hours a day

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    Steroids in Baseball

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    participating. These days, if someone hits fifty home runs in a season, everyone thinks they are on the “juice”. “The Steroid Era” and Bud Selig have ruined baseball’s image as a clean and fair game. The issue of performance enhancing substances in baseball has been mostly present over the past ten years. The reason for players taking steroids is simple, by taking steroids, hitters like Barry Bonds gained more strength to hit better averages and more home runs, while pitchers like Roger Clemens gained

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    Free Play Observation

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    soft ball field. I am assuming they are approximately eight or nine years of age with no visible disabilities. Jose and Juan were standing approximately two feet way form the home plate fence. Jose asks Juan “Do you know how to hit? Like he does?” Looking toward the boy who was swinging the bat in home plate. The boy in home base swings the bat and smacks the ball really hard sending to the outfield. “I dunno how to play” said Juan. “Yes you can, I have seen you play baseball at the park!” said

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    Babe Ruth

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    it is today if it weren't for him. People remember him as the greatest baseball player ever. This is what led me to read the book, Heroes of America, Babe Ruth, by Len Canter. George Herman Ruth was born on February 6, 1895, at his grandparent's home in Baltimore, Maryland. He was born to Katherine and George Ruth, Sr. He was the first born of eight children, but only his sister, Mamie, and he survived to live full lives. Growing up, George had a wild childhood. His parents owned a tavern

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    happening for fear it may stop. How did Chili do it? Davis knows a thing or two about what it means to be an offensive force. He knows his way around the batter’s box. He was a switch-hitter for the majority of his career. He hit a career 350 home runs and earned a startling 1372 RBIs over 19 years in the league. Even as his star began to dim, he still maintained his ability to make good contact with the ball, evidenced through a consistent batting average of .274/.360/.451 and an OPS of

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    Hank Aaron Research Paper

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    Hank Aaron was a famous baseball player who was respectful to his teammates and his fans. His nickname was “Hammerin’ Hank”. At one time he led the league in the most home runs. He was born in a poor family and then grew up to be a great professional baseball player. He became one of the most admired baseball players in Major League history. He was born in Mobile, Alabama called “Down the Bay” on February 5, 1934. His real name was Henry Louis Aaron. He was the third of eight children. His mother’s

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