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Starting next season, the MLB Hall of Fame ballot is set to get very crowded. Names like Bonds, Clemens, Sosa and Piazza are set to join the ballot in 2013 while Maddux, Thomas, Johnson, Martinez and Griffey are on tap in subsequent years... Read More »
by James Morisette
Within the Motor City and throughout the baseball world, Tyrus Raymond Cobb remains a household name. Considered half genius, half madman, Cobb was the Charlie Hustle of the early 20th century... Read More »
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Playing Rough Something you hear a lot about from fans is the lack of an "old-school" mentality in the modern game of baseball... Read More »
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Third in a series of short player profiles spotlighting the peculiar and the noteworthy. Little remembered from the most infamous team in baseball annals, “Honest” ... Read More »
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When one's computer crashes and long-labored articles are lost, one goes back to basics: scouring the memory and trying desperately to recreate the statistical nuances and research that kept one awake until all hours of the night... Read More »
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