Kid Reporter Blogs: Baseball

Jamie Kelley

Is Seattle Fit for a Prince? 13

  • Posted by: Jamie Kelley
  • December 16, 2011, 11:32 AM

Well, it’s official; Albert Pujols’ name has been taken off the market. Pujols signed with the Los Angeles Angels, and was introduced last Saturday. That means that one of the two biggest names on the market has found a home, for 10 years.

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Sarah Rodriguez

Do Athletes Deserve Millions? 31

  • Posted by: Sarah Rodriguez
  • September 12, 2011, 2:28 PM

As the United States goes through a recession, many professional athletes are still being paid gigantic contracts. Do they really deserve these outrageous paychecks? The simple answer is NO, however there are a few positives involved with giving out this amount of money.

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Yoni Monat

Expansion Has Its Limits 65

  • Posted by: Yoni Monat
  • September 7, 2011, 5:32 PM

The four major American professional sports leagues have all fallen prey to the same illusion. The NHL, NBA, MLB, and NFL each have created too many expansion teams, which have hurt the leagues’ financial bottom line and diminished the on-field quality of play.

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Harrison Clark

Experiencing the Little League World Series 8

  • Posted by: Harrison Clark
  • September 7, 2011, 1:40 PM

As I walked into the park, I couldn’t wait to see the famous Lamade Stadium and how many people were on the hill. The answer was about 22,000, and it was still two and a half hours away from the start of the Clinton County, Pennsylvania game.

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Will Kubzansky

FEAR THE NATS! (I’m seriously not joking here!) 67

  • Posted by: Will Kubzansky
  • September 6, 2011, 4:10 PM

The boys are back! Well, sort of. The one boy who matters is on his way back – Stephen Strasburg. So, N.L. East, hold on to your bats, because in 2012 – FEAR THE NATIS!

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Sonia Kinkhabwala

Bringing Home "The Greatest Athlete In The World" 12

  • Posted by: Sonia Kinkhabwala
  • August 19, 2011, 2:21 PM

“Sir, you are the greatest athlete in the world.” For Jim Thorpe, this amazing remark was a common compliment. Thorpe was a track and field star, a baseball hero, and a football champion. To me, he defines what it means to be an all-around athlete. Thorpe died when he was 64 years old. More »

Harrison Clark

Who's Tougher to Hit: Sidearmer Smith or Knuckleballer Wakefield? 27

  • Posted by: Harrison Clark
  • August 11, 2011, 10:54 AM

Hitting a baseball is already really hard. With the hand eye coordination required to actually hit a baseball, it has been proven to be one the hardest thing to do in sports.

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