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2012 MLB Stadium Beer Prices Infographic

2012 MLB Stadium Beer Prices Infographic

April 24, 2012 – The Dugout Doctors [...]

April 24, 2012 admin MLB 0

Team Expectations for their New Faces in the 2012 MLB Season

Team Expectations for their New Faces in the 2012 MLB Season

March 14, 2012 – Darin Pike The 2012 MLB season is underway, in a manner of speaking. While the games being played in Arizona and Florida won’t accrue in the final standings, they are providing fans an opportunity to watch several high-profile faces join new ball clubs. Expectations for some of the players that changed [...]

March 14, 2012 admin MLB 0

Top 6 MLB ‘Utility’ Players of All-Time

Top 6 MLB ‘Utility’ Players of All-Time

December 15, 2011 – Jeff Herbst A utility player in Major League Baseball can best be loosely described as a “jack of all trades.” Often called upon to play up to five or six different positions in a single season, utility players can be invaluable to their teams. Utility players are also a dream for [...]

December 15, 2011 admin MLB 2

Craig Breslow on the Relevance of Twitter

Craig Breslow on the Relevance of Twitter

December 10, 2011 – The Dugout Doctors Sports fans have been appreciating the power of twitter to get us all information about our favorite teams and players faster than ever. News and rumors on trades are taking ‘breaking news’ to a whole new level. Craig Breslow who was traded this week, weighed in on the [...]

December 10, 2011 admin MLB 0

VIDEO: Fan Tasered at Phillies Game

VIDEO: Fan Tasered at Phillies Game

Fan TASERED! May 4, 2010 – Matt Anaya Ouch. OK, so this is Steve Consalvi, a high school senior from the Philly burbs, and he is now world famous, or infamous, depends on how you look at it. Last night, Monday, dude thought it would be a riot if he ran onto the field, and [...]

May 4, 2010 admin Uncategorized 0

Japanese-American Baseball During WWII

Japanese-American Baseball During WWII

February 2, 2010 – Peter Schiller This is a short glimpse into Japanese Americans during WWII and how baseball was a unifying force at that time. My name is Peter Schiller. I am the creator/owner of Baseball Reflections.com. I’m also a contributing writer. To read more of my work at Baseball Reflections just click HERE! [...]

February 1, 2010 admin MLB 1

Andre Dawson: 2010 Hall of Fame Inductee

Andre Dawson: 2010 Hall of Fame Inductee

January 16, 2010 – Peter Schiller Belated Congratulations On Wednesday, January 6th, OF Andre “Hawk” Dawson, in his 8th year of eligibility (starts 5 years after retirement) was the sole player inductee into the 2010 class of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Career Highlights 21 seasons 2627 Games Played Rookie of the Year in 1977 [...]

January 15, 2010 admin MLB 0

East Korean Baseball All Stars Dance

East Korean Baseball All Stars Dance

December 15, 2009 – Peter Schiller Apparently they are dancing to a very popular song by a Korean boy band. Can anyone fill in the blanks here? What’s the name of the boy band and or the song? Is this a real all star game or just a celebrity game? Funny – Funny Videos My [...]

December 15, 2009 admin MLB 26

The Business of Baseball as seen on CNBC

The Business of Baseball as seen on CNBC

December 9, 2009 – Peter Schiller CNBC’s Darren Rovell discusses the business of baseball with Bob Dupuy, the COO and president of Major League Baseball. This was aired a day before the 2009 World Series between the Phillies and the Yankees. My name is Peter Schiller. I am the creator/owner of Baseball Reflections.com. I’m also [...]

December 9, 2009 admin MLB 0

Sugar: The Movie now on DVD

Sugar: The Movie now on DVD

December 7, 2009 – Peter Schiller Back in July I was informed of the DVD release of the movie “SUGAR”, but as life can sometimes be hectic, I haven’t gotten to write about it until now. “SUGAR” came out on Blu-ray and DVD on September 1st. So if you are a fan of the Dominican [...]

December 7, 2009 admin MLB 0