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11 Crazy Ways People Have Died At Sporting Events

You probably never read the injury/death waiver on the backside of your game ticket when you go to a sporting event. Well this article may give you the nudge to actually glance at it.

We are not saying that going to a game will kill you, because many people go see a game every day and live. Still you need to check out some ways people have died going to support their team.

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Sports Movie of the Week — ‘The Rookie’ [VIDEO]

Much to the delight of baseball fans, Major League Baseball players have started spring training in preparation for the 2012 season. While many players under contract are assured of a spot in a team’s organization, others are fighting to make enough of an impact to make a team. If players don’t latch on, they risk drifting into journeyman status or falling entirely out of baseball.

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DJ Kitty Is the Best Baseball Mascot Ever

You may recognize DJ Kitty from viral videos such as this one. But the turntable spinning feline is more than just an internet star. He has also been used for the past few seasons as a scoreboard gimmick to fire up the crowds at Tampa Bay Rays’ games, much like the notorious rally monkey is used by the Anaheim Angels.

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Maddon, Gibson Named Managers of the Year

Tampa's Joe Maddon, who led Tampa Bay to

the playoffs despite losing several key players to trades and free agency, has been named American League Manager of the Year.

Kirk Gibson of the Arizona Diamondbacks, the surprise winner in the National League West, won the award in the senior ci

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Jeter Hits Number 3000

New York Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter hit his 3000th career hit today in Yankee Stadium, and he did so in style. It had been almost a year since Jeter hit a homerun in the Bronx, so it was only fitting that number 3000 came on a HR to the left field stands.

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