Tips on Buying a Dustin Pedroia Jersey

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Dustin Pedroia has become a household name in baseball, but especially throughout New England. Pedroia was drafted in the second round of the 2004 Major League Baseball Draft after which he spent two years in the minor leagues. He earned his starting position with the Boston Red Sox after maintaining a .308 batting average while … [Read More]

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Tips on Buying a Tim Lincecum Jersey

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Timothy Leroy Lincecum is a right-handed… wait, maybe left-handed pitcher for the San Francisco Giants. The ability to switch his throwing arm, along with a crazy array of mechanics and a long, gliding stride have earned him the unique epithet “The Freak”. But after being awarded he National League Cy Young award two years in … [Read More]

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Tips on Buying a Josh Hamilton Jersey

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Josh Hamilton has had a few hard knocks over the years, with injuries and drugs throwing a kink in a bright and budding career after he was chosen first overall in the 1999 Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. However, Hamilton came back with a bang in 2007 as an … [Read More]

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Tips on Buying a Roy Halladay Jersey

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“Doc”, as he’s known, has been operating at the top of baseball’s pitching list for a long time now. Roy Halladay, starter for the Philadelphia Phillies, has won two Cy Young awards since beginning his career in 1998 with the Toronto Blue Jays. Just one year after being traded to the Phillies, Halladay threw only … [Read More]

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Tips on Buying a Cliff Lee Jersey

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Cliff Lee was in no hurry to start playing Major League Baseball. He was drafted by the Florida Marlins in 1997, but opted to attend community college in Mississippi instead. In 1998, the Baltimore Orioles chose him in the 20th round of the amateur draft—again, Lee declined in favor of the University of Arkansas. Finally, … [Read More]

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Tips for Buying a Joe Mauer Jersey

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Minnesota Twins fans lovingly refer to their hometown hero as “the baby Jesus”. It started young, when his parents were requested that he no longer play t-ball as a child because he hit the ball too hard. He played not just baseball, but also basketball and football for the Cretin-Durham Hall Raiders in Saint Paul, … [Read More]

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Tips for Buying a Chase Utley Jersey

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Chase Utley is a switch-hitter.  But that’s not why Philadelphia Phillies fans made his jersey one of the top selling in all MLB. It may have more to do with the second baseman’s uncanny ability to smack the ball right out of the park regardless of what side of the plate he’s hitting from. Utley’s … [Read More]

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Tips on Buying an Albert Pujols Jersey

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Albert Pujols was, according to a survey of Major League Baseball’s 30 managers, the most feared hitter in baseball in 2008. Pujols won the National League Rookie of the Year award in 2001 after an outstanding first season of play that included an on-base streak of 48 straight games. He has since been named to … [Read More]

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Tips on Buying an Alex Rodriguez Jersey

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The nickname “A-Rod” has become more than just a nickname. The shortened version of all-star New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez’s name has become a part of America’s street vernacular. Even people who don’t know who, or what, “A-Rod” is use the term in conjunction with power and precision. Just how did A-Rod become … [Read More]

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Tips on Buying a Derek Jeter Jersey

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The name Derek Jeter has become synonymous with not just the New York Yankees franchise, but Major League Baseball (MLB). He also goes by the names “Mr. November” and “Captain Clutch” for his above-average reliability in the post-season. Jeter holds a .351 batting average in the World Series—five of which he has won. In fact, … [Read More]

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