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Dan Uggla’s 1st Walk-Off Grand Slam

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

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Dan Uggla’s 1st Walk-Off Grand Slam

While the Marlins attempt to peddle their All-Star 2nd baseman, we take a look back at one of the moments that helped make him such a valuable commodity.

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Nolan Ryan’s 5000th K

Monday, January 4, 2010

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Nolan Ryan’s 5000th K

Chris Johnson joined the 2,000 club yesterday.  Congrats, but Nolan's number was bigger, and his club is still more exclusive.

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Tommy Herr’s “Seat Cushion” Grand Slam

Monday, December 21, 2009

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Tommy Herr’s “Seat Cushion” Grand Slam

The ground's crew was happy the Cardinals won the game, they just wished it could've happened on a different night.

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Randy Johnson’s Perfect Game

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

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Randy Johnson’s Perfect Game

Congrats on an amazing career unit!

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Francisco Cabrera’s Pinch-Hit Single

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

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Francisco Cabrera’s Pinch-Hit Single

Remember when the Pirates' went to 3 consecutive NLCS's... and lost all 3? In 1992, this Francisco Cabrera pinch-hit single ended that run, the Bonds era in Pittsburgh, and the Pirates' relevance in major league baseball for the next 2 decades. Quite a hit. Enjoy!

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Bo Jackson Smash!!

Monday, December 14, 2009

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Bo Jackson Smash!!

There might be something lost in translation as BSG takes on the sheer physical specimen that was Bo Jackson, but you get the idea, Bo knows how to break a bat.

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Paul O’Neill’s Punt

Friday, December 11, 2009

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Paul O’Neill’s Punt

Steve Jeltz still can't believe he stayed on third for this one.  Still gotta be one of the best game sheet paragraphs of all time.  Straight from the baseball bloopers Hall of Fame, it's Paul O'Neill's 1989 left-footed punt to the infield.  Enjoy.

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Hatcher’s Heroics

Thursday, December 10, 2009

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Hatcher’s Heroics

What better way to celebrate the season than with the candy-striped 86 Astros and the "Greatest Game Ever Played."  You keep that ball fair Billy Hatcher.

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Happy Holidays from The Mad Hungarian

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

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Happy Holidays from The Mad Hungarian

It's December, the winter meetings are in full swing, and BSG is back!  We're kicking off a holiday run of FSN moments with everyone's favorite Mad Hungarian, Al Hrabosky.  Enjoy!

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Spiezio’s 2002 World Series HR

Monday, October 5, 2009

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Spiezio’s 2002 World Series HR

Postseason heroics from Spiezio and the Angels.

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Garrett Anderson’s 10 RBI day

Monday, October 5, 2009

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Garrett Anderson’s 10 RBI day

Garrett Anderson sets the Angels' single-game RBI record.

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Magglio Ordoñez’s 2006 ALCS-ending HR

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

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Magglio Ordoñez’s 2006 ALCS-ending HR

We got a good one going in Detroit folks.  Yesterday the Twins and Tigers split the doubleheader to keep the Tigers 2 up.  Today they start the 2nd half of their 4-game series at Comerica.  The evening win for the Tigers yesterday was thanks in large part to a 2 run scoring double from a guy who's done it before for em.  Have a look at the shot Magglio Ordonez hit in the 2006 ALCS to sweep the A's and take the Tigers to their first World Series in over 20 years.

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Entertaining the Twins

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

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Entertaining the Twins

The Twins are in this thing folks.  Their race with Detroit looks to be the only divisional battle left to watch down the stretch.  BSG was recently in the land of 1,000 lakes to entertain the Twins and enjoy the hospitality at the Minnesota State Fair.  We're not saying the visit had anything to do with their current success, but hey it couldn't of hurt right? Right?  Bert Blyleven, this is all for you.

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Justin Verlander’s No-Hitter

Monday, September 28, 2009

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Justin Verlander’s No-Hitter

Tonight the Twins and Tigers kick-off a four game series in Detroit that will most likely decide the AL Central.  With neither team in wild card contention, the stakes are high.  The good people of motown gotta feel good about this one being a home series.  Tomorrow night, they'll feel even better if Justin Verlander has an outing like June 12th, 2007.  BSG is here to help your remember it.

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Dodgers Homerun Rally

Saturday, September 26, 2009

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Dodgers Homerun Rally

We're gonna go out on a limb and say the Dodgers take the NL West.  So to help get folks in a LA state of mind for the postseason, here's a little gem from 2006. Back to Back to Back to Back, and then Nomar walked off.  Sure, only Martin remains, but we think this bunch still has what it takes.  Enjoy!

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Stretchin’ with the Brewers 2

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

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Stretchin’ with the Brewers 2

So we know things aren't looking great right now Milwaukee.  But at least your players still have a good sense of humor.  Here's the rest of the warm up circle entertainment.  Enjoy!

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Jim Edmonds – The Catch

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

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Jim Edmonds – The Catch

So we're not gonna lie, with BSG being based outta LA, a Dodgers/Angles World Series has a nice ring to it.  So to help things along, this week we'll be taking a look at some classic moments in both teams' histories.  Today, we're leading off with the Jim Edmonds 1997 marvel known simply to Angels fans as, "The Catch."  Niners fans, take no offense, we still love Dwight Clark too.  Enjoy!

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Stretchin’ with the Brewers

Friday, September 18, 2009

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Stretchin’ with the Brewers

You know who we love, the Milwaukee Brewers. And we're not gonna lie, we're pretty sure the feeling is mutual. Check it out as BSG goes on the field at Miller Park for a little pre-game entertainment in the warm-up circle. Enjoy!

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Mannywood

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

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Mannywood

"That's more Hollywood than Hollywood, that's Mannywood." Truer words have never been spoken.

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Josh Hamilton’s 1st Career Walk-Off HR

Sunday, September 13, 2009

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Josh Hamilton’s 1st Career Walk-Off HR

If the Rangers catch the Red Sox in the AL wildcard race this year, you can bet this guy will play a major part. We're certainly pulling for him. So to get you Rangers fans in the right state-of-mind (cause we know Texans have confidence issues) here's a look back at Josh Hamilton's 1st ever MLB walk-off HR from July 10, 2008 against the division rival Angels. Enjoy!

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Stretchin’ with the Rockies

Sunday, September 6, 2009

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Stretchin’ with the Rockies

There comes a point in a man's life when he has to be comfortable with big, athletic, grown men vigorously stretching in a circle around him while he does goofy little impressions of them and their colleagues for amusement. The court jester lives by one rule: keep the court laughing. Fortunately for us the Rockies all have pretty good senses of humor. Whew. Enjoy!

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BSG vs. Prince Fielder

Monday, August 31, 2009

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BSG vs. Prince Fielder

One is a National League All-Star and the reigning Homerun Derby champ, the other, a 36 yr old balding man with a wiffle ball bat.  It's a showdown for the ages as Batting Stance Guy goes head to head with the Milwaukee Brewer's Prince Fielder in the first ever "Swing-Off!"  And if you haven't seen Prince do his thing before, we gotta tell you, you're in for a treat.  The other guy, well.. you know.

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Prince Fielder’s 2008 Walk-Off HR

Sunday, August 30, 2009

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Prince Fielder’s 2008 Walk-Off HR

In honor of BSG's trip to Milwaukee and his stance showdown with NL All-Star and homerun derby champ, Prince Fielder, we thought we'd take a look back at the slugger's monster walk-off HR against the Pittsburgh Pirates from late September of last year.  This at-bat by the man with the most jersey in baseball spurred the Brewers on to their first playoff appearance in 26 years,  and gave us all a glimpse of what a major league gut looks like.  yikes.  Enjoy!

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Twin Cycles: Kubel & Cuddyer

Saturday, August 29, 2009

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Twin Cycles: Kubel & Cuddyer

Hey, just because it's recent doesn't mean it's not classic.  This one's for you Twin Cities, it's the 2009 Kubel and Cuddyer "twin" cycles.  So clever.  Enjoy!

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McGwire #62

Thursday, August 13, 2009

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McGwire #62

Remember when times were simpler? When big, red-bearded men could hit ludicrous amounts of home-runs late in their careers and nobody said boo? Sighhhhhhh. Thanks for the memories big mac. We hope this one takes everyone back as well, cause if nothing else, it was a whole lotta fun. Enjoy!

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