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Funny story: Former Major League Baseball Pitcher Patents: "The Home Run Pitch"

Former Major League Baseball Pitcher Patents: "The Home Run Pitch"

In a shocking move, former major league baseball pitcher, Jamie Moyer, who has let up more home runs in his career (511) than any pitcher in the history of the game, has announced that he has patented the "home run pitch". The Patent number is 867...
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Funny story: Yogi Berra 'Cheated' Too, To Get Into Baseball Hall Of Fame

Yogi Berra 'Cheated' Too, To Get Into Baseball Hall Of Fame

It came as a great shock to many, but Yankee great, Yogi Berra, stated that he too used something probably illegal to get into the Baseball Hall of Fame. "Back then, we didn't have no steroids because nobody had found any, even though I guess they...
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Funny story: Canseco Says McGwire Still Lying About Steroid Use

Canseco Says McGwire Still Lying About Steroid Use

Jose Canseco, the former major leaguer who has publicly admitted to steroid use and claims that he introduced Mark McGwire to steroids, says that his former teammate is still lying. Canseco claims that McGwires recent confessions do not go deep enou...
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Funny story: Mark McGwire Finally Admits It - Yes I Took Altoids While I Was Playing Baseball

Mark McGwire Finally Admits It - Yes I Took Altoids While I Was Playing Baseball

NEW YORK CITY - Mark McGwire in town visiting the Statue of Liberty and buying some Coney Island Hot Dogs to take back to his home in Irvine, California has finally admitted, after more than a decade of denial, that he did in fact take Altoids during...
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