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Major League Baseball Players From Lafayette, La.

Most people know that Ron Guidry is a Lafayette, La. native, that went on the play in Major League Baseball. "Louisiana Lightning", who went to high school at Northside, and college at then USL, began a 14-year career with the New York Yankees, at the age of 25, and went on to win 170 career games.

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Jamie Moyer and 10 Other Athletes Who Defied Age to Achieve Greatness

In a game on Tuesday night, Rockies’  pitcher Jamie Moyer, 49, became the oldest major league pitcher to earn a win. ”It’s a great night for the Rockies, as far as winning a baseball game. But it’s an historic night for one tremendous human being,” Rockies manager Jim Tracy said after the game.

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Houston Astros Were Bullied Into Shifting To American League

MLB Commissioner Bud Selig

 

It's official, Jim Crane has taken ownership of the Houston Astros, and the franchise is on its way to the American League, after what will be 50 years of play in the National League, following their final year in the senior circuit, 2012.

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Former Major League Pitcher Hideki Irabu Found Dead from Suspected Suicide

Former New York Yankees pitcher Hideki Irabu is dead, according to multiple reports in Japan. He was 42.

Irabu was reportedly found dead in his California home Tuesday from a suspected suicide. According to NBC Sports, citing Japanese sources, Irabu hung himself.

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Poetic That Pat Gillick & Roberto Alomar Enter Hall Of Fame Togerther

Pat Gillick, then General Manager of the Toronto Blue Jays, made a blockbuster trade during the 1990 Major League Baseball winter meetings, acquiring second baseman Roberto Alomar, from the San Diego Padres.

On Sunday, they were both inducted into the MLB Hall of Fame, along with former pitcher Bert Blyleven.

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