Friday, March 4, 2016

Baseball Bulletin

Jim Harbaugh, Ty Cobb, Miguel Cabrera, and GIANT Bobblehead's are just a few things in this edition of the Baseball Bulletin.

The folks over at Sully Baseball reminds us of over 100 years of the Grapefruit League.

⚾ Former big league ballplayer Roy SmalleyIII is President of Pitch In For Baseball, a terrific group that gets baseball equipment to young people here in the United States and around the world.

Pitch In For Baseball  allows fans to donate funds, or equipment, or have a fundraiser that'll benefit

⚾ Seven rare T-206 Ty "Cobb" cards have been found.

The tobacco cards are said to be worth over $1,000,000.

⚾ The Double-A Harrisburg Senators have created the first Life LifeSized Bobblehead Museum. 

⚾ Michigan Wolverines Head Football Coach Jim Harbaugh has his team in Bradenton, Florida, this week for spring practice and had the chance to coach first base for the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday vs the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Pirates manager Clint Hurdle, a lifelong Michigan fan, spoke to the team.

Angel Franco of the New York Times reports on how baseball Baseball can help in the United States- Cuba mending relations.

⚾ FOX Sports Senior Baseball writer Ken Rosenthal has a terrific article titled  Zen and the Art of Miguel Cabrera.

⚾ The Baseball Bloggers Alliance, has re-done its website, and is full of awesome baseball writing from 171 baseball fans like yours truly. 

⚾ In Forbes Magazine, Baseball Business writer Maury Brown reports on big league baseball's Billion Dollar Advanced Media revenues.

⚾ Two Missouri lawmakers introduced legislation to to name a bridge after Negro Leagues star Buck O'Neil.

Thanks for reading my baseball posts, I really appreciate it.

Here's to a fantastic baseball weekend all across America...PLAY BALL!

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