Tag Archives: MLB

MLB Historic Draft Pick

Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks franchise made history early this month by selecting Cory Hahn in the 34th round of the 2013 MLB draft. “It was a very emotional selection for us to make,” Diamondbacks president Derrick Hall said on … Continue reading

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The Adventures of ‘Batboy’

One-time Cincinnati Reds batboy sensation, Teddy Kremer, will be profiled on this week’s edition of ESPN’s E:60. Last August, Teddy had the opportunity to serve as an honorary batboy for the Reds game against the Chicago Cubs. As much as … Continue reading

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Second Impact Syndrome

Amid the recent growing concern over concussions in youth, collegiate, and professional contact sports is a lesser known yet serious head injury: second impact syndrome or SIS occurs when an athlete suffers a blow to the head too soon after … Continue reading

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National Hispanic Month: MLB’s Freddy Sanchez

September 15-October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) and to highlight the event, this blog will highlight people living with disabilities in the Latino community. Freddy Sanchez is an infielder for the San Francisco Giants; he is also a World … Continue reading

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