(PRWEB) March 31, 2005
With baseball season just around the corner, let baseball-almanac.com get you geared up for the first game of the year with its new section devoted entirely to Opening Day! Baseball Almanac has the complete list of Opening Day scores for all 30 MLB teams, box scores for every Opening Day game from 1969 to 2003, and an assortment of facts about Opening Day that you can't find anywhere else [http://www.baseball-almanac.com/opening_day/opening_day.shtml . Whether you're looking for the pitcher who threw an shutout for the Cleveland Indians in the 1988 opener (Scott Bailes), or wondering which team has the best winning percentage on Opening Day (Toronto Blue Jays, .750), you'll find the answers to those questions and many others on baseball-almanac.com.
With over 110,000 pages, Baseball Almanac manages to be a valuable tool for researchers while still remaining incredibly accessible. Baseball enthusiasts can spend hours immersed in the Almanac's wealth of knowledge, browsing stats, standings, rosters, record books and biographies of players and coaches. At the same time, Baseball Almanac is a time-saver. For those who need information in a hurry, the Almanac has compiled lists of famous firsts, feats, and fraternities for quick and easy reference. The Almanac has complete lists of every no-hitter and four-homer game, run-downs of elite circles like the 500-Home Run Club, and much, much more.
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Baseball Almanac is a veritable baseball encyclopedia, and best of all, it's free! Whether youÂre researching baseball history, reading for pleasure, or looking for a laugh, baseball-almanac.com has it all for Opening Day and every other day of the year.