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On the 50th Anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers, Major League Baseball retired the number 42 for every club in 1997. “When Jackie Robinson broke into baseball it was a milestone,” President Bill Clinton declared in the retirement ceremony at Shea Stadium. “It was a milestone for sports, but also a milestone in (a)…...

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Sports card collecting has undergone a major resurgence in the past two years. We discuss everything surrounding the industry with Jason Keen, the owner of a shop specializing in all-things-collectibles in the Denver metro area. How does a Mike Trout card from 2011 become worth more than $4 million? Why are cards from the late 80’s not worth much? And…

The summer of Larry Walker is coming to a close on Saturday in a number retirement ceremony for the ages. The 333rd Hall of Famer will be in attendance to see his black and purple no.33 beside Jackie Robinson’s no.42, Todd Helton’s no.17 and the initials KSM that commemorate the life of Keli Scott McGregor and his contributions to the…...

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Allie Monroy is joined by an All-Star panel of DNVR beat reporters to discuss a variety of sports topics in the Mile High City. With Ryan Koenigsberg, Eric Wedum (D-Line Co), AJ Haefele and Drew Creasman, the squad discusses the NFL Draft, who they think is the GOAT in all sports and in Denver sports. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE ON…

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