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Ivan ‘Pudge’ Rodriguez Retires in Texas — Watch His Best Moments [VIDEOS]

Fourteen-time All-Star catcher Ivan ‘Pudge’ Rodriguez, who won a record 13 Gold Gloves, retired on Monday at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Rodriguez, 40, spent 13 of his 21 years in the big leagues with the Rangers, whom he debuted with as a rookie in 1991. He also won a World Series ring in 2003 with the Florida Marlins.

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Ivan Rodriguez Set to Announce Retirement

There's a little bit of irony that two of the greatest catchers ever are nicknamed "Pudge."

Carlton Fisk had that nickname on his way to catching the most games in major league history with the Red Sox and White Sox

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The 5 Sports Stadiums with the Wackiest Attractions

Owners of sports franchises are always trying to find new ways to lure people to the game. Comerica Park in Detroit, for example, has both a carousel and a Ferris wheel to entertain young fans who might not be able to — or willing to — sit through an entire nine-inning game.

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30 Most Absurd Baseball Cards Ever

If you google the name Billy Ripken, an endless amount of stories will pop up regarding his 1989 fleer baseball card. Most of you know why, but in case you don't, there is an...um...obscenity written on the bottom of the bat. Due to his ridiculous baseball card, Billy is known more for this than for being the brother of Cal Ripken Jr. and son of Cal Ripken Sr. Without further ado, here are the 30 most absurd baseball cards of all-time.

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Detroit Tigers Pay Fielder Like A Prince

The Detroit Tigers have reportedly agreed to a 9 year $214 million deal with slugger Prince Fielder. The 27 year old All-Star hit .299 with 38 homers and 120 RBIs last season to helpl the Brewers win the NL Central for their first division title since 1982.

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