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Philip Humber Throws 21rst Perfect Game In History

Philip Humber, a little known 29 year-old pitcher for the Chicago White Sox, had a Major league career record of 10-10 when he woke up this morning. Now his name is on a list that includes only 20 other pitchers in MLB history after throwing a perfect game today against the Seattle Mariners. Humber's jouney is an inspirational one. He...

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Greatest Soccer Announcer Ever – VIDEO

I'm not even 100% sure what this is, but it's still pretty cool.

As far as I can figure, it's a soccer broadcaster who's broadcasting a game from a studio. Kind of like when Major League Baseball opened-up it's 2012 regular season in Japan. The game between the Oakland A's and the Seattle Mariners was broadcasted back to America, on the MLB Channel, by broadcasters in the studios in the United States.

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MLB Weekly Report: Marlins Park Opens Wednesday [VIDEO]

After Seattle and Oakland began the 2012 season with a split of a two-game series in Japan last week, Major League Baseball is ready for all of its teams to begin play this week. Opening Day for the 2012 season is Wednesday, when the world champion St. Louis Cardinals face the new look and newly-named Miami Marlins in the inaugural game at Marlins Park in Miami. Here’s this week’s MLB report:

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Seattle Mariners Outfielder Greg Halman Stabbed to Death in the Netherlands

Seattle Mariners outfielder Greg Halman, 24, was stabbed to death in his native Netherlands early Monday morning.

His 22-year-old brother is the primary suspect, according to reports. No charges have been filed yet.

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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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