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How The Influx of Cuban Players Could Affect Labor Relations in Major League Baseball

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Happy Opening Day

Today, I present to you this video without comment. Happy Opening Day.

Iconic Zimmer makes presence felt at Opening Day

ST. PETERSBURG — Don Zimmer still has fond memories of April 13, 1955.

Though he didn’t play for Brooklyn that day against Pittsburgh, Zimmer could never forget seeing teammates Jackie Robinson, Duke Snider, Gil Hodgers, Roy Campanella, Carl Erskine and others help the Dodgers win 6-1 that Wednesday at Ebbets Field.

That was Zimmer’s first opening fay, 58 years ago. Zimmer, 82, still can’t help but feel a special feeling to the sport.

“If Lou Gehrig is the luckiest man in the world, I’m the second luckiest,” Zimmer, a senior advisor for Tampa Bay, said prior to the club’s opener against Baltimore. Read More…

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