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Baseball Hall of Fame Will Honor "Homer at the Bat"
There will be a round-table discussion with Wade "Pitt the Edler" Boggs and Ozzie "Graceland" Smith, among others.
Hall of Fame Voters Shift on Steroids, But That Won't Help Sammy Sosa
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens seem well-positioned to receive Hall of Fame voters' pardon over the next few years. Sammy Sosa has made no such progress.
Manny Ramirez, Steroids, and Having It Both Ways in the Hall of Fame
The question of how to handle known steroid users in Hall of Fame voting is a thorny one, but many voters have settled on a chronological distinction. It doesn't hold up.
Larry Walker Belongs in Cooperstown
Walker won't get in this year, but voters should give him serious consideration before he drops off the ballot. The former MVP's numbers are Hall of Fame worthy, and playing at Coors Field shouldn't be held against him.
Manny Ramirez Is Headed For Cooperstown, But Is Going To Play In Japan First
Manny Ramirez is 44 years old, and five years removed from his last MLB at-bat. So why is he going to play in a Japanese independent league? Because he's Manny.
Dan Shaughnessy Won't Vote Curt Schilling into Hall of Fame Because of His Journalist Lynching Tweet
Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy is invoking the character clause against Curt Schilling because of his attack against journalists.
The Baseball Hall of Fame Is Exclusive For Fans, Too
Unfortunately, the Baseball Hall of Fame isn't just for one percent of former players—it's for one percent of fans. For a game that is at its best when it's diverse and inclusive, that's a problem.
Mike Piazza Is a Legend the Mets Can Call Their Own
The New York Mets have always had uneasy relationships with their most iconic players, but Mike Piazza was an exception—a great player who left a great legacy.
Ken Griffey Jr. Mic Drops His HOF Induction by Donning a Backwards Cap
Debatably the GOAT. Unquestionably a legend.
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It's Virtually Impossible to Know What Kind of History Kelsie Whitmore Made
Kelsie Whitmore probably did not make history on Wednesday when she got a single in a Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs game.
Meet The Man Who Owns Over 400 Ken Griffey Jr. Upper Deck Rookie Cards
Like many kids his age, Lucas Stallbaumer idolized Ken Griffey Jr. and chased his Upper Deck rookie card. The thing is, he just never stopped chasing it.
Is Progress Finally Sneaking Into The Hall Of Fame Vote?
For a long time, the Baseball Hall of Fame vote was a celebration of grumpiness. This year, two deserving candidates got in, and things appear to be changing.
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