NEW YORK — The new version of the Big Red Machine plays some pretty slick defense, too.
Cincinnati third baseman Scott Rolen won his eighth Gol...
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In 1969, Curt Flood sued baseball for $1 million. He ultimately lost his case, but set in motion the legal battle that would topple the reserve clause, which bound a player for life to a particular team.
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