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Joe Carter raconte la fois où il a frappé le célèbre coup de circuit de l'histoire des Blue Jays

La légende des Blue Jays de Toronto se remémore son coup de circuit gagnant lors de la Série mondiale de 1993.
Vice du jour

La fois où le Canada et le Mexique se sont tapés dessus pendant un match de baseball

Le voltigeur Tim Smith nous raconte la bagarre mémorable qui a opposé le Canada et le Mexique lors de la Classique mondiale de baseball en 2013
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Life in Golf's Minor League

Being a player on the Tour means facing competition similar to the PGA Tour, but with the budget of a college kid.
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The Greatest Cuban Baseball Player You've Never Heard Of

Carlos Tabares is a legend, even though he never came to the US. Instead, he turned down multimillion dollar offers to stay with his family in Cuba.
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The Ball-Catching Expert Who Caught A-Rod's 3000th Hit

We hung out with Zack Hample in the days following his famous catch and saw how the media responded when he didn't give the ball back.
Ride Along

Max Scherzer On Throwing No-Hitters and His Dichromatic Eyes

Max Scherzer is one of the best pitchers in baseball. It doesn't hurt that he stares down hitters with two different color eyeballs.
Ride Along

CC Sabathia is Out of Rehab

A few days before CC Sabathia was set to begin another playoff run with the New York Yankees, he checked himself into alcohol rehab. Now, he's out.
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The Education Crisis Crippling Dominican Baseball Players

VICE Sports heads to Boca Chica to investigate educational reforms within the baseball infrastructure of the Dominican Republic.
VICE Sports Meets

Dee Gordon Never Wanted to Play Baseball

VICE Sports sat down to talk with Gordon about his journey to becoming an All Star.
The Cusp

The Millionaire Pitcher that Lives in a Van

VICE Sports traveled down to Blue Jays Spring Training to meet Daniel Norris, one of baseball's top pitching prospects.
The Real

The Real Kenny Powers From 'Eastbound and Down'?

At the height of his career, John Rocker was one of the best closers in professional baseball, and also one of the most disliked people in the game.