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This Millionaire Baseball Player Lives in a Van

He finds luxury in minimalist living.

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Why It's Hard to Imagine a Better Sports Hero Than Lou Gehrig

I remember my grandmother talking about how she cried when Lou Gehrig gave his "luckiest man on the face of the earth" speech at Yankees stadium, announcing that he was going to retire from baseball after being diagnosed with ALS, an illness that would soon become known as Lou Gehrig's disease.

I remember my grandmother talking about how she cried when Lou Gehrig gave his "luckiest man on the face of the earth" speech at Yankees stadium, announcing that he was going to retire from baseball after being diagnosed with ALS, an illness that would soon become known as Lou Gehrig's disease.

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Billion Dollar Pro Athlete: Might Not Be as Distant as You Think

A billion-dollar athlete. Seems like we've got a long way to go to get there, but I don't doubt it's coming.

It's too bad I'm not as much of a baseball fan now as I was in elementary school, because the sport offers a lot of fascinating stories revolving around money and its worth. Heck, I could do a series on the Miami Marlins.

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At one point last Wednesday, on what has rightly been called the best night in baseball history, I texted a sports-obsessed friend whose hometown Baltimore Orioles were in the thick of the action.

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