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BlackOut at the 2008 Homerun Derby

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The last time the Major League Baseball allstar game was at Yankee Stadium was in 2008 during the last year of the old Yankee Stadium.  Nearly every living hall of famer was on hand for that all-star game.  That year’s homerun derby featured ZERO African-American ball players which disturbed many of the past and present African-American ball players.   Listen right …

Robinson Cano and the man who named him after Jackie Robinson

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http://www.wbaisports.com/media/523/Robinson-Cano-and-the-Man-Who-Named-Him-After-Jackie-Robinson- New York Yankees Second baseman Robinson Cano is named after Jackie Robinson and he honors Jackie every game by wearing #24 which is the reverse of Jackie’s #42 which was retired throughout Major League in 1997.   Robinson had the fortune of showcasing his homerun prowess in Major League Baseball’s annual all-star homerun Derby at New York’s Citi Field where …

Six Years Ago 2Day Bonds Caught Aaron Under Much Scrutiny

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Six years ago today Barry Bonds surpassed Henry Aaron on the all-time career homerun list when he surpassed Aaron’s 755 mark with his 756 career homerun.  When Henry Aaron surpassed Babe Ruth to take the record himself in April 1974 he went through hell trying to break the iconic Ruth’s record who many considered a god at the time nearly …

The Legitimacy Of Alex Rodriquez

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Click right here to listen to the report: http://www.wbaisports.com/media/353/The-Legitimacy-Of-A-Rods-600   Seven years ago today Barry Bonds tied Henry Aaron on the all-time career homerun list by hitting his 755th career homerun.  Also on that same day Alex Rodriquez hit his 500th career homerun in a season that ended with him winning his second MVP award with the Yankees and the …

Two Carlos back in Queens is Wright

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It has been a long disappointing run for the New York Mets since they cruised to the best record in the National league in 2006 and finished with the same 97 regular season wins as the New York Yankees.  That season ended with the Mets losing to the St. Louis Cardinals in game seven of the National League Championship series …