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Mike Trout Has Contract Renewed By Angels For Slightly More Than MLB Minimum

Los Angeles Angels all-star outfielder Mike Trout had his contract renewed by the team for $510,000 per year on Saturday. That means the 2012 AL MVP runner-up will make just $20,000 above the major league minimum, which disappointed Trout and his agent, Cra

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This Weekend In Sports: Heat vs. Grizzlies and World Baseball Classic Begins

A marquee NBA matchup and the start of an international baseball tournament highlight the upcoming sports calendar. Here's what to watch this weekend:

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Should Players Linked to PEDs Be Allowed in the Hall of Fame? — Sports Survey of the Day

Some of the biggest offenders in Major League Baseball's so-called "steroid era" are set to be on the Hall of Fame ballot this year. Should they make it in?

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Reporter Hit By Foul Ball At World Series

It seems that investigative journalism is no longer the most dangerous form of newscasting. It's time we add sports journalism to the list, because covering baseball just got dangerous!

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How Do You Improve a Baseball Rain Delay? Add Bill Murray

Fans of the New York Yankee affiliate team the Charleston RiverDogs are boasting over the awesome happenings at a recent game. No, it had nothing to do with the teams or game itself, but rather what occurred during the rain delay.

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What’s The Biggest Surprise in Baseball So Far? – Sports Survey of the Day

The 2012 Major League Baseball season is a couple of weeks in and full of surprises.  Which is the biggest surprise so far this season?

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High School Baseball Player Breaks Own Car Window With Game-Winning Home Run

There is no better feeling for a baseball player than hitting a game-winning home run. So Tennessee slugger Jameson Painter was on cloud nine when his eighth inning round-tripper put his Chuckey-Doak High baseball team in the lead for good in their game against Jonesboro University High.

However, when the senior got to the parking lot to drive himself home after the game he went from the thrill of victory to the agony of having to deal with a broken windshield.  And Painter only had himself to blame for the shattered glass, as it was his game-winning moonshot that did the damage.

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The 10 Most Unlikely Perfect Games in MLB History

Former Mets’ prospect Philip Humber impressed his critics on Saturday when he tossed the 21st perfect game in Major League Baseball history, blanking the Seattle Mariners, 4-0. Now a member of the Chicago White Sox, Humber had bounced around the league a bit over recent years looking for a permanent home.

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Celebrate President’s Day with a Look at Presidents Tossing Ceremonial First Pitches

Did you know that President Taft was the first president to toss the ceremonial first pitch before a Major League Baseball game? He did in in 1910 on Opening Day at Griffith Stadium before a Washington Senators game. Since Taft, every president has followed suit taking the mound at some point during his presidency.

Franklin Roosevelt holds the record for the most times a president got the honor, hurling nine different times (eight opening days and an All-Star Game). Here’s a look back at some of the more memorable performances of presidents over the past century:

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How Did Call of Duty Prevent Louisville from Beating Pittsburgh?

College students putting off their responsibilities to play video games is nothing new, but this might be the first time a coach has blamed them for his team’s poor performance. Following Louisville’s 21-14 loss to Pitt last weekend, Cardinals head coach Charlie Strong said the loss was partly due to his players spending too much time playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 instead of preparing for the game.

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