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With a combined MLB playing and coaching career spanning 48 years, few people have spent more time in Major League Baseball than Davey Johnson. As a player. Johnson won four AL pennants as the second baseman for the Baltimore Orioles,

Photographs by Chad Griffith How does a former AL MVP and three-time All-Star get involved in the fashion business? I’m not just coming off the street making something up. I started MVP Collections, a big and tall line, because as an athlete,

The Perfect Empanada by Deidre Pujols In Latin and South America, empanadas are a hugely popular pastry dish that can be eaten at any time of day as a meal or even as a snack. When it comes to the empanada

It’s fitting that former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher and outfielder Rick Ankiel grew up just a few hours from Disney World. His life as been a roller coaster ride that even Walt Disney himself would have trouble scripting in a

With 288 wins and a pioneering arm surgery to his name, Tommy John is one of the most accomplished pitchers in baseball history. In a career spanning 26 Major League seasons, John pitched against everyone from Mickey Mantle to Mark

The former Dodgers star on playing with The Boys of Summer, the brilliance of Koufax and Drysdale, and what really happened between Juan Marichal and John Roseboro  After five decades in Major League baseball, Ron Fairly has more than a fair

Did you know that you wanted to be a baseball player at an early age? Yes, I was three years old. My dad loved baseball. I had two older brothers, and we played in the backyard all day. One day, I’m

From sharing a locker with Satchel Paige to being the first free agent signing in Red Sox history, Skip Lockwood’s Major League career was never boring. In his new book, Insight Pitch, he shares many of his stories about the

Featured Photo by Sporting News via Getty During his 13-year Major League career as a pitcher, Bob Tewksbury was known for his control. In 1992, his best year in the big leagues, Tewksbury walked only 20 batters in 233 innings, one