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Dear MLB Fans,
I grew up as a kid over 30 years ago imagining myself as a professional baseball player. I even wrote letters to New York Yankees players in the hopes they would return my message to them.
As a young sports fan I always sought two things: one was to send something personal about myself to the player and the other was to receive an actual autograph in return. There is something psychological about the autograph that lets you know you truly hold an original.
So it is with great pride and humility that I announce our long-term partnership at lettrs with the Major League Baseball Players Association. In the coming months you will see professional athletes receiving Fanmail fr...
Welcome to the Boston Red Sox! Look forward to having you on our side this upcoming season.
Welcome to the city with the best fans in the world!
Congrats on winning the CY Young award for the NL! What a great season you had for the Nationals!
What a feeling it must have been to strike out your former team 20 times in 1 game, and joined Randy Johnson as the only other pitcher as having a 20 strike out game and a no hitter!
National fans are lucky to have you, second time winning this award, and becoming the 6th pitcher to win the CY Young award in both leagues.
Good luck in 2017!
Congrats on winning the Wilson Overall Defensive Player of the Year award. Thought you guys were going to go all the way this year. It wasn't meant to be.
Hoping for big things from you and the Red Sox next season. If you could clone your defensive skills and give them to everybody else on the team, the Sox would have no problem winning.
Red Sox 2017 World Series Champions has a nice ring to it, lets get it done!
Fellow NSU Alum, class of 2007 here. I remember watching you play at Nova, and it is remarkable that our small small school has produced such a great player in the majors.
You grew from a player being called up to the Astros to a full time starter with Detroit. Best thing I saw you do was hit 3 home runs vs the Yankees in one game!
Continue to work hard, make us Sharks proud. Wish you all the best for the 2017 season.
Congrats on winning MLB's Outstanding DH Award!
You've had a great career with the Red Sox and will be missed by all the fans in Boston! You were truly an exceptional athlete and loyal to the city.
Next year won't be the same without you in the lineup. Wish you all the best in your retirement.
Baseball is the kind of sport that makes you smile.
Minutes and minutes pass with nothing happening until you miss the home run swing while you are up getting 🍿 popcorn.
Congrats on signing the new 4 year deal keeping you in NY as a Met!
With you in their lineup the team averages more runs than when you aren't. With the Mets last year you were an All-Star which isn't easy to do.
Did you really consider leaving the team, with the success you have had as a Met? The people of NY are lucky to have you.
A year ago you won the Rookie of the Year award, before that you won the Top Collegiate Player, this year you won the NL Most Valuable Player award, and won the World Series!
You are a inspiration to anybody out there, showing with hard work at all levels you can achieve what you want. Not sure what else you can do from here as it seems you're at the top right now, but keep up the great work!
Congrats on a great rookie season! 22 years old, NL-All-Star, batted .308 with 22 home runs! Did you ever think you'd have such a successful rookie season?
Most veterans dream of the numbers you put up, looks like you have a big future ahead of you!
Good luck next season, should be seeing you in the World Series soon enough!
Their was only one good thing about baseball, that is that fidel castro liked it alot. Now that our dear Comrade has passed,baseball officially sucks 100%
You had an amazing first year in the majors! 23 years old, started the first half of the season 9-2, don't think it gets better than that.
You were almost unanimously named Rookie of the Year, and was named MLBPA AL Outstanding Rookie by your peers.
Was it difficult to transition from college to the majors? How do you think you'll do next year?
Congrats on your rookie year!
Congrats on being named the MLBPA NL Outstanding player award. What a great year you had, batted second best in the majors with a .347 average and 25 home runs. Made your second all-star game, led the NL in doubles, and slugging percentage.
Leaving the Mets last year must have been a tough, but seems you settled in well in Washington. Hopefully your success continues in 2017!
What do you love about baseball and who do you love most?
When I think about baseball, it's just life. It's really the way life is. It requires a lot of mental capacity to be involved in it. It creates a lot of joy for people and memories for people who follow it. It's a family. You like it because it's a family. You started with it and know all these people -- it's family, it's friends, it's fun, it's a beautiful game. All in all, baseball is amazing. I wish everybody could play it for at least two years.
Since I was a little girl, baseball has always been an important part of my life. Growing up, I fell in love with watching the sport and cheering on my favorite team - the New York Yankees. My family and I would watch their games on TV, and every once in a while we would be lucky enough to visit Yankee Stadium for a game.
My brother played baseball from childhood through high school, and I loved going to his games with my family to watch him play. My favorite games to watch were the ones he played at night under the lights during the summer All Stars league.
In my senior year of high school, my dad taught me how to keep the book for baseball, and I became the announcer and statistician for...
Al Spalding once said, "Baseball gives a growing boy self-poise and self-reliance. Baseball is a man maker" and Babe Ruth said, "Baseball was, is and always will be to me the best game in the world." These are famous ball players of all time.
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Congrats on a phenomenal season with the Orioles. I can see why your peers nominated you for the MLB Players Choice AL Comeback Player of the year award. Last season had a decent year with 22 home runs with Seattle, to doubling your production and leading the majors with 47 home runs with Baltimore!
Lot of hard work to do that and should be an inspiration to kids and others playing the game that with hard work you can always get better!
I take it you like playing in Baltimore a bit more than Seattle?
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I hail from a nation where the game which is played on a diamond- baseball is not in fashion but the 'so-called parent' of this game, cricket motivates and shapes the personality of young boys in India as does baseball in the USA.
I still remember playing the early days Nintendo's baseball video game and making my friends get acquainted with the rules of game which resembled so much like cricket. My first encounter with baseball was when I received a baseball bat as a present on my birthday. I was like a figure among the cyphers while playing with my childhood team, making and modifying baseball rules ' depending upon our convenience '.
If u ask me,for me ...