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Legendary Manager Earl Weaver Spews Profanities In Greatest Umpire Fight Ever [VIDEO]

Last Saturday, Earl Weaver, one of the most successful managers of the Post-World War II era died of a heart attack at the age of 82. Throughout his Hall of Fame career, Weaver was thrown out of 91 baseball games, and his arguments with umpires were legendary. Here's one for the ages.

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Pete Rose’s New Reality Show is a ‘Hit’

I normally find reality television to be vapid, mind-numbing, narcissistic pig slop. Suffice it to say, I tuned into Pete Rose's new TLC show with something less than an open mind. Five minutes in, I was hooked.

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Wade Boggs Attends a Thunder Game, Hams it Up For the Camera

Since his hall of fame induction in 2005, Wade Boggs has kept a fairly low profile. Boggs surfaced at last night's Spurs/Thunder game in Oklahoma City.

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Hamilton signs with angels
The Los Angeles Angels signed Josh Hamilton to a 5 year $125 million dollar deal. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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Los Angeles Angels Land Josh Hamilton

For the second straight year, Arte Moreno and the Los Angeles Angels have landed the biggest free agent on the market. In 2011, the Angels inked Albert Pujols to a 10 year $240 million dollar deal. Today, they signed Josh Hamilton to a 5 year $125 million dollar deal.

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Marvin Miller took baseball players out of the dark ages and forged the path for multi-million dollar contracts.
Marvin Miller took baseball players out of the dark ages and forged the path for multi-million dollar contracts.
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ESPN.com Baseball Writer Jerry Crasnick Remembers the Late Marvin Miller [Audio]

The late, great Red Barber once said of Marvin Miller, "Marvin Miller, along with Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson, is one of the two or three most important men in baseball history."

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R.A. Dickey, David Price Win Cy Young Awards for 2012

Thirty-eight year old knuckleballer R.A. Dickey became the most unlikely winner of the Cy Young award EVER. I don't care what anyone says, 38 year old knuckleballers with their fourth team DO NOT win Cy Young Awards.

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How Did the Giants Sweep the Tigers? Taiwanese Animation Clues Us In! [VIDEO]

From the giant Kung Fu Panda with a broom to highlighting the struggles of "Mig'ur Cablela", the Taiwanese animators at NMA World Edition show us how San Francisco swept Detroit out of the World Series, complete with a scene of the Panda taking a chainsaw to a tiger's head! You can't make this stuff up. Or, well, actually...

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Television Reporter Gets Beaned Before Doing a Live Shot at the World Series

Canadian sports reporter Ian Mendes got a lot more than he bargained for when he was given the tough assignment of covering the World Series.

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Weekend Sports 10-25
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This Weekend in Sports: The World Series and Giants vs. Cowboys

Two World Series games, college football and an NFC East showdown highlight this weekend's sports offerings. Here's what to watch:

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Texas Baseball Teams Warms up ‘Gangnam Style’

We now live in a crazy world where everybody wants to make a video that goes viral. Baseball players are quirky to begin with, and I will do my part to help the UT baseball team go viral with this amazing interpretation of Psy's masterpiece "Gangnam Style."

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