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Minnie Minoso: Chicago’s First Black Major League Baseball Player Dead Aged 90

Baseball legend Minnie Minoso has died today, Sunday March 01, at the age of 90 according toReuters. Minoso was nicknamed the Cuban Comet and became Chicago’s first black player when he joined the White Sox in 1951. Minoso played 16 seasons in the major leagues including 12 seasons for the White Sox. Show More Summary

White Sox great Minnie Minoso dies: 'He was an extraordinary person'

Minnie Minoso, Chicago's first black major league baseball player who became one of the White Sox's greatest stars, died Sunday morning. Minoso was driving home from a friend's birthday party when he apparently fell ill and pulled over...Show More Summary

Minnie Minoso, Treasured White Sox Ballplayer, Is Dead

3 hours agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Minoso, Major League Baseball’s first black player out of Latin America, was often cited as the only modern major leaguer to play in five decades.

Chicago Baseball Great Minnie Minoso Dies

Minnie Minoso, Chicago's first black major league baseball player who became one of the White Sox's greatest stars, died Sunday morning. Minoso was found unresponsive in the driver's seat of a car near a gas station in Chicago around 1 a.m. Show More Summary

Chicago's First Black Major League Baseball Player Minnie Minoso Dies

4 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

JAY COHEN, Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) — Minnie Minoso, who hit a two-run home run in his first at-bat when he became major league baseball's first black player in Chicago in 1951, has died, the Cook County medical examiner said Sunday. The medical examiner's office did not immediately offer further details. Show More Summary

White Sox great Minnie Minoso found dead in car

4 hours agoSports : Globetrotting

Minnie Minoso, Chicago’s first black major league baseball player who became one of the White Sox’s greatest stars, died Sunday morning.

Chris Sale Injury: Updates on White Sox Star's Foot and Return

Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale has consistently been one of Major League Baseball's best hurlers since 2012, but the unorthodox lefty is once again dealing with injury concerns. The White Sox announced the 25-year-old star suffered...Show More Summary

5 Overreactions You Should Avoid in Spring Training Action

Winter is a long, soggy slog for everyone, but it's especially brutal for Major League Baseball fans. Not only do we endure the ice and chill, but we also do it without a flicker of MLB action. And the suffering really sets in once the...Show More Summary

Josh Hamilton suffers substance-abuse relapse; MLB suspension likely

Josh Hamilton has suffered a relapse in his battle with substance abuse, and he is likely to be suspended by Major League Baseball.

By which minor league novelty burger would you like to meet your demise?

A minor league baseball team introduced a "Grilled Cheese Bacon Cheeseburger." Grilled Cheese Bacon Cheeseburger. Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 2015 pic.twitter.com/MxqnWFkIAB — TimothyMichaelHansen (@ChefTimHansen) February 26, 2015 Then...Show More Summary

Minor league baseball team debuts funnel cake bacon cheeseburger

Guard your arteries. The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers of Appleton, Wis., unveiled two new stadium snacks that will probably kill you — the “Big Mother Funnel Burger” and the “Grilled Cheese Bacon Cheeseburger.”  The minor league team’s executive chef Tim Hansen unveiled the new creations on Twitter this week, allowing you to first feast your eyes […]

What the Walk-Up Music for 2016 Candidates Tells Us

Like Major League Baseball players getting ready for their turn at bat, presidential candidates have their own walk-up music. Most of the likely 2016 Republican contenders spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference this week near Washington, D.C., and while they didn’t choose the songs, the picks gave a hint of what people are thinking…

Sports Briefing | Baseball: Josh Hamilton Talks to League

2 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton met with Major League Baseball officials about a disciplinary issue, a team spokesman said Wednesday.

No Word on Possible MLB Discipline for Angels Star Hamilton

2 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton was on the minds of his teammates Thursday, a day after he was in New York to meet with Major League Baseball officials about an unspecified disciplinary issue.

Boxed In

2 days agoNews : News Desk

Major League Baseball, worried about capturing the attention of the young and keeping that of the rest of us, is trying to speed up its games. In 1975, an average game lasted two hours and twenty-five minutes. Last season, the average length was three hours and eight minutes, an all-time high. Show More Summary

Angels' Hamilton Meeting With MLB About Disciplinary Issue

2 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton is meeting with Major League Baseball officials about a disciplinary issue.

Student Projects: Student Designers Create Modern Pavilions for Little-League Fans in Rural Appalachia

Photos via design/buildLAB Third-year architecture students at Virginia Tech recently built a strikingly contemporary fieldhouse for a little league baseball diamond in Clifton Forge, Virginia. Made from solid steel and wood, the Sharon Fieldhouse was designed for "extreme openness."

Francisco Rodriguez will return to Brewers after agreeing to new contract

Reliever Francisco Rodriguez, who ranks 10th on Major League Baseball’s all-time saves list, will return to the Milwaukee Brewers after reaching a contract agreement with the team. K-Rod has agreement with brewers 2-yr deal — Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) February 26, 2015 k-rod will also have a team option for 3rd year on #brewers deal. $ […]

Money shouldn't stop kids from playing baseball

To the editor: Once upon a time, boys of all economic and ethnic backgrounds could use public parks in Los Angeles and its environs to play Little League baseball free of charge. Now the city of Los Angeles is selling the use of a baseball field subsidized in part by the Dodgers to...

David Ortiz vows to ignore MLB's new rules to speed up games, risks facing more than $400,000 in fines

David Ortiz, one of the most deliberate players in Major League Baseball, has vowed to not change his routine during at bats despite new rules designed to speed up games. "I'm not going to change my game," Ortiz told the media. "I don't...Show More Summary

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