Photographer Ray Whitehouse is traveling to all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums in an 85-day journey this summer. Any money he makes selling photos from his project, called American Baseball Journal, will benefit MLB's Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities program that made a difference in his life.

Here is a sample of his work including the Rays-Blue Jays game in St. Petersburg that was the subject of this feature on ThePostGame.

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There are some things that happen at the British Open. Every. Year.

Here are some of the more notable:

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In whatever year LeBron James becomes eligible, he will be a slam-dunk selection for induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame. The only question will be whether he is also part of another exclusive club: Hall of Famers who won titles with two teams.

Some who have done it were the dominant players for both of their teams, like Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the Bucks and Lakers. Others might have played a smaller role with their second team, like Robert Parish being a backup for the Bulls after being the starting center for three championship teams in Boston. Here's a look at all those who collected a ring in two cities also being personally enshrined in Springfield:

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This summer's NBA free agency was expected to be centered on the formation of super teams. LeBron James opted out of his deal in Miami not only to test the market, but ostensibly to see what landing spot offered the best supporting cast after the rest of his Heat limped through June's Finals. Carmelo Anthony, meanwhile, was fielding meetings with already-stacked teams like Houston and Chicago.

But both stars ended up coming home -- Akron product James spurred the Heat for a younger, unproven Cavaliers team, while the Brooklyn-born Anthony returned to New York despite the Season From Hell last year. "My relationship with Northeast Ohio is bigger than basketball," James said in a Sports Illustrated essay announcing his decision (lowercase d). "I'm ready to accept the challenge. I'm coming home."

It got us thinking about other NBA stars that could sign with their hometown teams in the foreseeable future. After all, the homecomings of James and Anthony weren't the only headlines this weekend -- the Washington Wizards declined to bring back forward Trevor Ariza as part of a plan to free up cap space for the summer of 2016, when D.C. native Kevin Durant will be a free agent.

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Rob Gronkowski usually makes off-the-field headlines for partying, dancing and enjoying himself at concerts. He delivered a change-up this week by visiting Boston Children's Hospital to serve ice cream as "Chef Rob."

Here's a look at Gronk (and his chef hat) bringing some of his unique spirit to the patients:

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To help you get geared up for the World Cup, we provided this primer of stats, numbers and historical background so that you'd be able to contribute to the conversation among soccer-obsessed friends.

Now with one final match set for Sunday between Argentina and Germany to decide the champion, here are some more nuggets to supplement your ever-expanding soccer knowledge.

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