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White Sox World Series 2005

White Sox sweeping the world series in 2005 :) one of my favorite sports moments!

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Hall of Fame Classic Set for New Memorial Day Weekend Date in 2013 Fifth-Annual Legends Game, Parade Scheduled for May 25 in Cooperstown

Yep! "How can she dislike something but not be able to live without it? There's a psychological reason behind Williams' love-hate relationship with exercise." Serena Williams' honesty strikes a chord!

Serena Williams' honesty strikes a chord

"How can she dislike something but not be able to live without it? There's a psychological reason behind Williams' love-hate relationship with exercise." Serena Williams' honesty strikes a chord!

5 Greatest Conspiracy Theories in Sports History

Conspiracy theories are a part of America's culture, covering everything from government cover-ups to suspicious murders.

April 2 1931 A history making exhibition game w/ the NY Yankees & minor league Chattanooga Lookouts. The game included Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig & relief pitcher 17 yr old Jackie Mitchell the 1st woman pro baseball player. Scheduled for April Fools, but delayed due to rain it was a real shock when she struck both Ruth & Gehrig out or was it. The authenticity in question she was still forever labeled as "the girl who struck out Babe Ruth". Jackie maintained it was true via inhistoric.com.

Days after Jackie Mitchell (center) struck out Yankee superstars (from left) Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth, the duo watched the female phenom demonstrate her fastball during spring training in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on April 1931

It is awesome that this fail was caught on film. This old baseball game was probably before tv existed and this camera guy was pretty good. | Click to See It!!

Distracted man drops drink on White Sox left fielder Al Smith at 1959 game

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