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Lee Smith, Harold Baines Were Always Hall Of Fame Worthy

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Character, longevity, and consistency boosted their MLB Hall of Fame qualifications.     The inductions of Lee Smith and Harold Baines into Cooperstown on Saturday is a...

Harold Baines, Lee Smith Will Enter Baseball’s Hall Of Fame

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White Sox outfielder Baines and Cubs pitcher Lee Smith will join Cooperstown's greats. Today's Game Era Committee voted former White Sox player Harold Baines and the...

Black History Month In Focus: These Black Knights Should Be In The Baseball HOF

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Barry Bonds, Curt Flood, Dick Allen, Dave Parker, Gary Sheffield and Fred McGriff should all be in baseball's Hall of Fame.

Hank Aaron Invitational: African-American MLB Pitching Fraternity Discusses State of Black Pitcher

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Vero Beach, FLA. -- A who’s who of African-American former major leaguers descended upon Historic Dodgertown for The Hank Aaron Invitational, a jewel of...

Tommy Lasorda Passes: The Iconic Dodgers Manager Was Dedicated To Preserving & Promoting Baseball

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I’ll never forget Tommy Lasorda. For baseball fans growing up in the 80s, he is a mythical figure and one of the dominant  personalities...

Black History Month In Focus: NAACP’s Contributions To Equality In Sports, Beyond

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On February 12, 1909, the organization that would later become the National Association for the Advancement of People of Color was founded by the...

Gary Sheffield’s Lack Of MLB Hall Of Fame Love Is Still Foul

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MLB Hall of Fame inductions have lost their integrity and are hit or miss at this point. If you have to make a case for...

MLB’s Going All Out For Jackie Robinson’s Centennial

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Jackie Robinson would have turned 100 today and MLB will be celebrating his incomparable legacy all year with various diversity initiatives.  Jackie Robinson, a sharecropper’s...

Gary Sheffield’s Lack Of MLB Hall Of Fame Love Is Foul

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MLB Hall of Fame inductions have lost their integrity and are hit or miss at this point.  If you have to make a case for...

Big Papi Is Getting A First Class Ticket To HOF City 

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No MLB player who has been considered a designated hitter for most of his career has ever made the MLB Hall of Fame. 

David Ortiz might be the first, though, after setting the MLB record for career hits by a DH (1,688) on Wednesda

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