Meet Mordecai Brown

Mordecai Peter Centennial Brown, best known today for his unusual name and his more or less descriptive nickname of "Three Finger," was the ace right-hander of the great Chicago Cub teams of the first decade or so of the twentieth century.

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MBLF salutes Cardinals' shortstop Paul DeJong. This is how you make a fan forever and how you perpetuate the future of the game.

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Paul DeJong reminds us that baseball is bigger than any rivalry.

He played catch with a 6-year-old Cubs fan before Sunday's game: bit.ly/2I6HRhl
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2 months ago

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Why I am a baseball fan before being a Cub fan.

He made me his fan, gotta love it.

MBLF is once again proud to be a sponsor with the iconic Springfield (MO) Metro Baseball League for 2019. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

MBLF is once again proud to be a sponsor with the iconic Springfield (MO) Metro Baseball League for 2019.

A little humor for today...

Domingo Ayala
everyone talk about pitch count...y not u just go out and pitch?
#TBT
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5 months ago

Domingo Ayala

 

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How true, four innings is enough for every player. The catcher, throws about the same as the pitcher with hard throws of 90 and 120 feet. And Clemente would need a week's rest after throwing a ball 400 feet.

"Tomy Juan" !!!!

Tommy Juan! 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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6 months ago

 

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THE PASSING OF ONE OF THE GREATEST LEGENDS OF THE GAME - Frank Robinson, Hall of Fame baseball player and first African American MLB manager, dead at 83 www.foxnews.com/sports/frank-robinson-hall-of-fame-baseball-player-and-first-african-american-mlb... ... See MoreSee Less

6 months ago

THE PASSING OF ONE OF THE GREATEST LEGENDS OF THE GAME - Frank Robinson, Hall of Fame baseball player and first African American MLB manager, dead at 83 https://www.foxnews.com/sports/frank-robinson-hall-of-fame-baseball-player-and-first-african-american-mlb-manager-dead-at-83
 

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