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Youth Resources of Southwestern Indiana Hosting Auction for a Trip to Los Angeles to See Dodgers vs Cardinals – Bid Now

The 2013 Major League Baseball season is "in full swing" (pun completely and whole-heartedly intended), and Youth Resources of Southwestern Indiana has an opportunity for you to catch a game at one of the leagues historic ballparks, Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles!

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Chris Carpenter
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St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Gives Removed Rib to Daughter

It's a little strange to lose a body part. But that's what happened to St. Louis Cardinals ace Chris Carpenter when surgeons removed one of his ribs in an attempt to alleviate pressure that was running up his pitching arm.

After the surgery Carpenter was presented with the bone, and he knew just what to do with it:

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Otters Charity Game For Jacob’s Village

Tonight is your first chance to see the 2012 Evansville Otters in action at Bosse Field. Tonight is the 8th annual charity game to benefit Jacob's Village. The Otters are taking on the Southern Illinois Miners in an exhibition game starting at 6:35pm.

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Texas Rangers, Houston Astros Draft Paralyzed Players [VIDEO]

It may only be the second week of June, but the pennant race in both leagues for classiest move by a major league team is over.

Earlier this week, the Texas Rangers drafted a paralyzed player in this year’s Major League Baseball draft, while their cross-state rivals Houston Astros did the same.

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George W. Bush Dodges Foul Ball At Texas Ranger Game
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George W. Bush Dodges Foul Ball At Texas Ranger Game [VIDEO]

One of the most surreal moments of George W. Bush's presidency happened when a Iraqi reporter threw a shoe at him during a press conference.

Love him or hate him, we can all agree that Bush showed excellent reflexes when he dodged the shoe, which was headed straight for his face.

Those reflexes got another test during Monday night's baseball game between the Texas Rangers and the Chicago White Sox.  Bush was sitting in a front row box when a foul ball headed in his direction.  While he did flinch a little bit, the 43rd president basically maintained his cool (as opposed to some of the other folks who were in the box) and allowed the ball to bounce harmlessly in front of him.

Read on to see a video of Bush's latest dodge, and the infamous shoe incident.

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MLB Spring Training

The boys of summer are done hibernating: MLB spring training is in full swing, so to speak, down Florida (and Arizona) way.

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