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ThePostgame.com contributor Jon Finkel joined The War Room to discuss his piece on Jim Gentile’s overlooked 1961 season and watching Ray Allen roll through the playoffs with his new team.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Jeremy Affeldt tells John Harris why he was inspired to write the book “To Stir A Movement.”
The star of the movie “42″ joined Travis Rodgers to talk about the film in which he portrays the legendary Jackie Robinson and the pressure that came along with such a role.
Claudia Emanuels, Marlins fan profiled in a Yahoo! Sports piece by Eric Adelson on the state of the team, says she understands the business side of transactions made by controversial team owner Jeffrey Loria. Claudia also explains why she thinks … Continue reading
“Nailed” author Christopher Frankie discusses the downward spiral in ex-MLB star Len Dyktra’s life that has led him from a penthouse lifestyle to a prison cell.
Former manager and current MLB Network analyst, Jerry Manuel, stresses the importance of spring training and discusses how the Curtis Granderson injury will affect the Yankees.
Morgan Ensberg, former Houston Astro and current infield coach for the club’s high-A Lancaster Jethawks, talks about what his goals are for his coaching future and expresses strong frustration with the Hall Of Fame voters snub of former teammates Craig … Continue reading
The Big League Stew blog’s Dave Brown explains why he thinks that Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, and others have more chances at enshrinement in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
The Baseball Hall of Fame’s Craig Muder discusses the impact of no players being voted in by the BBWAA this year, and if guys like Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds may have a good chance in the years to come.
Yahoo! Sports’s Jeff Passan says that the Kansas City Royals megatrade with the Tampa Bay Rays is not going over well on the homefront, but there is a method to what the team is doing.