Jim Thome

Baltimore Orioles #25 - Designated Hitter

  • Born: 08/27/70
  • Age: 43
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 250

Cubs System Sonogram On Vacation, Part 1

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In the first of a four-part series, here's a look at a recent Kane County Cougars game in Beloit.

Travel Day Thursday AM Tribe News and Notes

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The Indians are off today after their west coast swing, but News and Notes does not get a vacation.

Top 100 Cleveland Indians: #7 Jim Thome

Next up in Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest Indians ever is Jim Thome, the greatest home run hitter and in franchise history, and the team's best player of the last 60 years.

Indians promo schedule: Check out this free stuff!

A look at the Cleveland Indians promotional calendar for the 2014 season.

Top 100 Cleveland Indians: #20 Manny Ramirez

Next up in Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest players in Indians history is Manny Ramirez, one of the greatest hitters in baseball history, and holder of multiple franchise records.

Jeff Manto pays price for lack of hitting

Hitting coach fired as worst season in franchise's recent history comes to a close

Terrerobytes: Rick Hahn's September status update

Plus: Five years since the last postseason appearance, Paul Konerko wants to play shortstop and Adam Dunn isn't retiring

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Where have all the first basemen gone?

Because maybe he never existed in the first place.

Who Will Kris Bryant Become?

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There's a really good recent big-league comp for Kris Bryant. You'll probably be happy to find out who it is.

The return of Thome is more interesting than usual

Usually negligible to the public until proven otherwise, the "special assistant" role has been redefined after Robin Ventura's ascendancy

The best hitting months in Tribe history

Jason Kipnis, who ought to win the American League Player of the Month award, has been on an incredible tear. Where does his performance rank amongst the best hitting months in Indians history?

White Sox Series Preview: Q&A with South Side Sox

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Today's series preview comes to us courtesy of Mark Primiano of South Side Sox, the SBN White Sox blog

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