MLB Facts Giveaway

Every team claims to have the best fans in their Major Baseball team. Well now is your chance to prove it!

Enter in your most interesting fact about your team (or the major baseball league in general) for your chance to win $150 of Barry Bucks, which can be used on Concert, Theater or Sports Tickets.

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7 thoughts on “MLB Facts Giveaway

  1. Joc Pederson just hit 5 homeruns in 5 straight game, first Dodgers rookie to accomplish this feat. Yes! Go Dodgers!!

  2. My favorite baseball movie is Major League and the Indians were actually funny enough playing at Milwaukee Stadium plus’ interesting fact: Charlie Sheen’ was a high school pitcher who was offered a baseball scholarship to the University of Kansas. In the movie he threw a 101mph fastball, but in reality Sheen could throw in the high 80s. This made it easier to simulate the fastball on film. He also admitted to taking steroids during the filming so he could throw faster! #wildthing

  3. Lots of great info and stats…I like the one about how 803,000 PEOPLE TUNED IN TO ESPN COVERAGE OF THE FOUR GAME MLB OPENING DAY SLATE

  4. Dodgers have the best attendance in all of the MLB, back to back western division tittles, and the best pitcher in baseball MVP and 3x CY young award winner Kershaw! Dodgers even broke the color barrier in 1947 with Jackie Robinson! #weloveLA #bleedblue

  5. No right handed hitter has ever hit a Splash Hit at AT&T Park (yet). But lefties & switch hitting batters hitting from the left side have hit 104 in 16 seasons of baseball.

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    Up until the 1930 season in the American League and 1931 in the National League, a player was credited with a home run if a fly ball was hit that bounced in the playing field and then over or through the outfield fence.

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    Up until the 1930 season in the American League and 1931 in the National League, a player was credited with a home run if a fly ball was hit that bounced in the playing field and then over or through the outfield fence.

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