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Baseball is classically American, but for those of us hailing from other countries, this staple sport brings more confusion than entertainment.

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Former MU shortstop Eric Garcia signed was a 20th-round draft pick for the Atlanta Braves this past year, so we touched base with him (pun intended) to see what post-MU-baseball life is like. We’re pretty certain that we wouldn’t survive it.

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For the past 18 years, Baseball Prospectus, an organization that analyzes Major League Baseball player and team statistics, publishes a new edition of their book. It is considered to be “The Essential Guide” to the upcoming season, predicting what will happen within the MLB.

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The Royals have a leg up on the Cardinals after this weekend’s three-game series victory.

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Baseball season is in full swing. Most Cards fans (or Cubs fans or Red Sox fans – whatever your colors may be) around here are fully aware of this fact.

If watching the games and perusing the stats isn’t enough for you, John Grisham’s most recent novel is set up around America’s favorite pastime. Calico [...]

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The MU Athletic Department has selected six former Tigers to be inducted into the MU Athletics Hall of Fame: Ben Askren, Don Chadwick, Tom Heckman, Max Scherzer, Russ Sloan and George Williams.

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Opening day has come and gone. Cardinals and Royals fans alike are thinking about baseball, but often sitting in the stands doesn’t tell the full story. Bill White does.

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Opening Day in CoMo

March 31, 2011 12:37 pm by

Can’t make it to St. Louis or Kansas City to celebrate the start of a new baseball season? Don’t worry, deals all around town will have you singing “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” before the seventh-inning stretch.

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The Missouri Tigers open up conference play this weekend as they host the nationally ranked Oklahoma Sooners. All four major collegiate baseball polls rank the Sooners in the top 10. The Tigers have won seven of their last nine while the Sooners have dropped four of their last five. The last time Oklahoma visited Mizzou, OU took two of three from the Tigers.

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