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captainstaal:

in baseball, we don’t say “i love you”, we say “i swear to god if you fuckers hit into another double play i am going to lock you in a room that only blares joe west’s new album while i throw BP at your genitals” which roughly translates into “i fucking hate this team”

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emilylikesbaseball:

The Kinslers

emilylikesbaseball:

The Kinslers

» posted 1 year ago with 73 notes − © winchesterwithdrawals

Not even the Astros can beat the Astros :(

Not even the Astros can beat the Astros :(

» posted 1 year ago with 167 notes

Starlin Castro hits a deep fly ball into center field off of Sergio Romo, scoring David DeJesus and giving the Cubs a 4-3 win over the Giants.

White Flag Time at Wrigley!

» posted 1 year ago with 81 notes − © cubbiegifs


"That’s the part I love about this game. Every day is a new day. You can be a hero.” - Starlin Castro (picture via Brian Kersey/Getty Images)

"That’s the part I love about this game. Every day is a new day. You can be a hero.” - Starlin Castro (picture via Brian Kersey/Getty Images)

» posted 1 year ago with 40 notes

Appropriate to reblog now, don’tcha think?

Appropriate to reblog now, don’tcha think?

» posted 1 year ago with 34 notes − © wuuuuuut

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pbsthisdayinhistory:

April 10, 1947: Jackie Robinson Signs with the Brooklyn DodgersOn this day in 1947, Baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson was signed to play for the Brooklyn Dodgers, becoming the first African American to play for Major League Baseball. He smashed records and knocked down major social barriers on his way to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962.  Test your knowledge of Jackie Robinson and his contributions off the field with PBS Black Culture Connection’s Jackie Robinson quiz.
Photo Credit: National Baseball Hall of Fame Library, Cooperstown, NY.

pbsthisdayinhistory:

April 10, 1947: Jackie Robinson Signs with the Brooklyn Dodgers

On this day in 1947, Baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson was signed to play for the Brooklyn Dodgers, becoming the first African American to play for Major League Baseball. He smashed records and knocked down major social barriers on his way to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962.  

Test your knowledge of Jackie Robinson and his contributions off the field with PBS Black Culture Connection’s Jackie Robinson quiz.

Photo Credit: National Baseball Hall of Fame Library, Cooperstown, NY.

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