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Baseball is the greatest game on the planet—we all know that—but there are some great aspects of our national pastime that have gone by the wayside for one reason or another that would likely be welcomed back with open arms. Whether they didn’t make sense from a financial standpoint, a personnel standpoint or were simply a result of the changing times, some things that made baseball great in the past are no more. So here are the seven old-school baseball practices we wish were still a part of today’s game. Feel free to suggest anything I may have forgotten that should make a return as well.
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Robin Ventura plans to give Brent Morel repetitions around the infield in spring training. Morel has previously played third base for the White Sox but the signing of Jeff Keppinger has [...]
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