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Major League Baseball


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  • proper n. The highest level professional baseball organization in the United States and Canada.
  • proper n. The combination of the National League and the American League.


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  • Some brands such as Major League Baseball, TV shows, and radio stations prefer to use vanity or select codes that spell their brand when texting in the letters on the cell phone alphanumeric keypad for easy consumer recall.

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  • Joe Torre has resigned as Major League Baseball's executive vice president for baseball operations to join a group trying to buy the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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  • After all, when Major League Baseball player Ryan Braun won the National League Rookie of the Year award in 2007, should the Jewish community have refused to claim the "Hebrew Hammer" as one of our own since only his father is a "Member of the Tribe?"

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  • Houston's Major League Baseball team in 1963 was known as the Colt .45s.

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  • Mr. McCourt said in a statement, Major League Baseball sets strict financial guidelines which all 30 teams must follow.

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  • LAKELAND, Fla. — Miguel Cabrera arrived at spring training for the first time since he was arrested last week on suspicion of drunken driving and promptly apologized as Major League Baseball said he will undergo treatment set up by doctors administered by management and its players' union.

    Miguel Cabrera Apologizes: Tigers Slugger To Undergo Treatment After DUI Arrest

  • Because of his power, you respected him at all times, loathed his methods of madness that confounded you, yet loved him at the end of the day because he never stopped in his efforts to bring you the very best product Major League Baseball had to offer.

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  • MILWAUKEE—Major League Baseball plans to revamp its divisions and playoff format with a series of moves that will have significant ramifications for at least two of its media partners and millions of fans.

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  • Major League Baseball said Thursday that it would expand the postseason no later than 2013, pitting the two best non-division winners in a one-game playoff.

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  • A deal between Major League Baseball and embattled Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt to auction the storied franchise to the highest bidder sets up what will likely be a record sale for a U.S. sports team.

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