I watched the end of a combined no hitter while sitting in my hotel room in Nashville, Tennessee.
While waiting for the game to end, I pondered what would have happened if MLB had expanded into Nashville. I also tip my cap to Albert Pujols and his 3,000th hit.
Loving life in Music City in this episode of Sully Baseball.
While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.
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I kneel respectfully at the spot where Mazeroski’s homer cleared the wall that clinched the 1960 World Series for the Pirates.
That was the first time a World Series ended with a homer. Later that year, Joe Carter was the second to do it.
The spot is on the campus of University of Pittsburgh. My dad took the picture.
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