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Jim Caple’s Recommendations for Baseball Road Trips

EFrom Town Ball, the Mall of America and the indy pro St. Paul Saints (American Association) in Minnesota, to the (barely) indy pro Roswell Invaders (Pecos League), Breaking Bad and the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes (Pacific Coast League) in New Mexico, ESPN Senior Writer Jim Caple provides his recommendations for great summer baseball vacations.  Read more and view photos here.

Negro Leagus Baseball Museum 9.8.12

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MLB’s Worst-Ever Ballparks

ESPN.com’s Jim Caple ranks his list of the 10 worst MLB ballparks in baseball history. We’ve visited a few of these forgettable old stadiums, including the long-gone Kingdome in Seattle and soon-to-be-demolished Metrodome in Minneapolis.  Indeed, Mr. Caple, good riddance!  Read more here.

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Sports Writer Turns 50, Takes a Look Back

ESPN.com senior writer Jim Caple just turned 50, so he decided to share half a century of his baseball memories.  It’s a quick and slightly interesting read, although a little extra personal at times.  Read more here.

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ESPN Senior Writer Visits Borleske

ESPN senior writer Jim Caple visits Borleske Stadium, home of the summer collegiate Walla Walla (WA) Sweets, and has a little fun bobbing for onions as part of his “Baseball in My Backyard” series.  Watch video and read more here.

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