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10 Athletes Who’ve Tried to Make Comebacks in Smaller Leagues

Sometimes professional athletes just can’t walk away from the game they love, even if they that means seeking out a smaller stage to prove they still have some skills. Here are 10 athletes who’ve done just that — tried to come back by playing in a lesser league.

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Baseball Hall-of-Famer Gary Carter Dead at 57 — Relive His Iconic Moments [PHOTOS, VIDEOS]‘

Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter, nicknamed ‘The Kid’ for the enthusiastic manner in which he played baseball, died Thursday. Carter was 57. He had been diagnosed with malignant brain tumors in May of last year.

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Los Angeles Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly Shocks Audience Playing a Woman in ‘The Nutcracker?’

Former New York Yankees first baseman and current Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly is used to being in the spotlight, but never like this.

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Los Angeles Dodgers Ace Clayton Kershaw Wins National League Cy Young Award

Los Angeles Dodgers star Clayton Kershaw sailed to an easy Cy Young Award victory after winning the National League pitching triple crown this past season.

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Dodgers Become First Professional Sports Team to Hire Woman as Head Trainer

The Los Angeles Dodgers have hired Sue Falsone as their new head physical therapist and athletic trainer, making Falsone the first woman to serve as the head athletic trainer for a team in any of the four major professional sports leagues.

“This is a very special day not just for Sue, but for the Dodgers and Major League Baseball,” Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said. “The Dodgers have always been an organization of firsts and this promotion for Sue continues in that tradition.”

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Frank McCourt Agrees to Sell the Dodgers

McCourt essentially bought the Dodgers on credit in 2004, and used the team as his personal checking account.

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Frank McCourt Agrees to Sell Los Angeles Dodgers

After a turbulent seven years as Los Angeles Dodgers owner, Frank McCourt has agreed to sell the team, in consultation with Major League Baseball.

They intend to auction the team, Dodger Stadium, and the surrounding parking lots in the coming months. McCourt paid $421 million in 2004, but the package is valued much higher.

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Recalling “The Shot Heard ’round the World” with former Brooklyn Dodgers Pitcher Ralph Branca

Former Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher Ralph Branca joined Steve Monday afternoon to reflect on his career and the 60th anniversary of the "Shot Heard 'round the World."

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St. Louis Cardinals’ Star Matt Holliday Leaves Game After Moth Flies Into His Ear

During the eighth inning of Monday night’s game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday was taken out of the lineup when he got the most unusual of sports injuries? What happened? Well, a moth flew into his right ear and wouldn’t come out.

“He had a moth fly into his ear, deep in his ear,” manager Tony La Russa said.

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Roy Halladay and the Phillies rotation are a big part of the reason Philadelphia has the best record in baseball at the all star break. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
Roy Halladay and the Phillies rotation are a big part of the reason Philadelphia has the best record in baseball at the all star break. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
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My Thoughts on Major League Baseball at the All Star Break

Major League Baseball has reached the all star break.  That can mean only one thing, we are that much closer to football season!  I decided to go back to my MLB preview post from March 30th to see how my predictions have stood up.

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