Meet ‘Baseball Brit,’ the British guy traveling to 162 baseball games this season
Meet ‘Baseball Brit,’ the British guy traveling to 162 baseball games this season

Joey Mellows, a 34 year-old from Portsmouth, England, is spending his life savings to see baseball all across the United States.

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Snow one day, 70 degrees 48 hours later?  It?s a record
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Chicago once again made meteorological history Tuesday. Never before since weather records began in the late 1800s, has a 3-plus inch snowfall been followed by 70-plus degree temps 48 hours later. The only other instances that rivaled this was October 1989, when 5.6" fell on October 19th-20th and was followed by 70 degrees on October 24th.
Donald Trump Cancels Deal Allowing MLB Teams to Sign Cuban Players
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President Donald Trump and his administration have decided to cancel a December deal that would have allowed MLB teams to sign Cuban players, according to the Washington Post ...
White House cancels Major League Baseball's Cuba deal
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The Trump administration is moving to end an agreement allowing Cuban baseball players to sign contracts directly with Major League Baseball clubs, a change that requires Cuban players to once again cut ties with the Communist nation before signing a major league deal.
Bryce Harper crushes 2nd HR for Phillies
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PHILADELPHIA -- Bryce Harper’s first series with the Phillies lived up to almost every expectation imaginable. It could get even better this week in Washington. Harper homered twice against the Braves, including a towering solo home run in the seventh inning of Sunday night’s 5-1 victory at Citizens Bank Park.
Trump administration cancels MLB deal with Cuba
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The four-month-old agreement would have allowed Cuban players to sign with U.S. teams without defecting.
Rangers walk-off to take 2 of 3 from Cubs
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ARLINGTON -- After all the big home runs, grinding at-bats and dramatic comebacks over three hours and 46 minutes, this one came to an end on a wild pitch. The Rangers staged two rallies to wipe out four- and three-run leads by the Cubs, heading to the bottom of the