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Bob Sheppard

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Old Yankee Stadium From the Upper Deck Behind Home Plate

Robert Leo Sheppard, the voice of the Yankees, was the public address announcer at the old Yankee Stadium from 1951 – 2007. During his time as the public address announcer at the ballpark, fans and players referenced Bob Sheppard as the Voice of God. Throughout his career, Sheppard’s voice introduced many famous New York Yankees […]

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Judge’s Chambers Yankee Stadium

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Aaron Judge and the Judge's Chambers at Yankee Stadium

  “All Rise, Here Comes the Judge” is a saying by Yankees radio announcer, John Sterling, for the Yankee’s right fielder, Aaron Judge. Aaron Judge made his MLB debut on August 13, 2016, and quickly became the face of the Yankees team after that. From his stellar defense in right field to his moonshot home […]

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The Milwaukee Brewers Sausage Race Ultimate Guide

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Running of the Sausages at Miller Park

Miller Park (Brewers Stadium), sits out in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The MLB venue is home to the Milwaukee Brewers team. The stadium is known for its retractable roof, Home Run Slide, fantastic food at Miller Park, and a great baseball team. In addition to those known features, it’s also known for The Famous Racing Sausages. In […]

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Kauffman Stadium Fountains

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Kauffman Stadium Waterfalls

Each season, millions of fans visit the thirty MLB ballparks in the United States and Canada. Each ballpark has its quirks, charms, and appeals to bring fans to their venue. From the home run apple at Citi Field, swimming pool at Chase Field, and Rays tank out in Tropicana Field, you will find something different […]

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Why Does Chase Field Have a Pool?

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Chase Field with Swimming Pool in the Outfield

Chase Field is a Major League Baseball ballpark out in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The baseball stadium (out in Maricopa County) is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks and is known for its stadium quirks. Some quirky features include the dirt strip at home plate, the massive retractable roof, and the fantastic Chase Field food options to […]

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What is the Home Run Apple for the New York Mets?

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NY Mets Home Run Apple

New York City has numerous nicknames that make the city stand out from others. Nicknames of the town include The Empire City, Gotham, and The City That Never Sleeps, to name a few. One other nickname that the city holds is the Big Apple.   What began as an ad “Big Apple” campaign in 1971 […]

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What is the Lone Red Seat at Fenway Park?

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What is the lone red seat at Fenway Park

Fenway Park is the oldest baseball stadium in Major League Baseball, so there’s plenty of history within the ballpark to explore. The red seat, out in the right-field bleachers, receives plenty of attention before games. One area that receives plenty of photo’s before games are the one red seat out in the right-field bleachers. If […]

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What is the Designated Hitter Rule and Why was it Created?

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What is the Designated Hitter Rule

The DH (designated hitter) rule only applies to American League baseball teams. Unlike in the National League, the pitcher does not bat when playing at an American league Ballpark. That means during the World Series in a National League park, the American League starting pitcher bat. In this article, we’ll go over what is the […]

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Why is it Called Wrigley Field?

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Outside of the Chicago Cubs Stadium

Wrigley Field is the second oldest baseball stadium (behind Boston Red Sox’ Fenway Park) in the MLB as of 2020. The Major League ballpark (out in the North Side of Chicago, Illinois) is known for the ivory walls, windy playing conditions, and manual scoreboards. Finally, Wrigley is also known for the fans packing Wrigleyville to […]

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Why is it Called Fenway Park?

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Why is it called Fenway

Fenway Park is the oldest baseball stadium in the MLB as of 2020. The Major League ballpark is known for the Green Monster out in the left-field, Pesky Pole in right field, the one red seat, manual scoreboard, quirky outfield dimensions, and more. You may be wondering why it is called Fenway Park to start […]