Five-time All-Star Jon Lester announced his retirement from baseball this past week after a 16-year career. Known mostly for his time with the Boston Red Sox and Chicago Cubs, Lester also spent time with the Oakland Athletics, Washington Nationals and the St. Louis Cardinals. Lester was drafted out of high school by the Red Sox with their 2nd round selection in 2002. He was a top prospect in the minors and would make his debut in 2006. Unfortunately, a few months later it was discovered that he had a treatable form of lymphoma and he would undergo treatment. After successful…

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Sam Zimmer

A University of Oregon grad and Oklahoma native, Sam is a diehard baseball fan who has been lucky enough to attend games at 25 current MLB stadiums, all alongside his dad. He collects mainly baseball cards but also dabbles in SGA bobbleheads and poker chips from various casinos. His collections revolve around the San Francisco Giants, the New York Giants, his Oregon Ducks and any of his fellow Oklahomans. You can reach him by email and on Twitter.

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