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Tom Seaver: Derek Jeter Should Be First Player Unanimously Elected To Hall

“Jeter should be the one,” Seaver said. “What can you say he hasn’t done? He has every credential imaginable — great player, good citizen. He plays the game properly, respects the game and his predecessors.”


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Silverman: Deadline Nears In Most Controversial Hall Of Fame Election

Voting for these great players would be an insult to everyone who earned their way in on their own.


Former Major League Baseball commissioner Lee MacPhail watches 2004  Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremonies  July 25, 2004 in Cooperstown, New York. (Photo by A. Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

Former Yankees GM, Oldest Hall of Famer, Lee MacPhail Dead At 95

Lee MacPhail was GM and president of the Baltimore Orioles and general manager of the Yankees before serving as AL president from 1974 through the 1983 season.


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Silverman: Reggie Jackson — Mr. October, Mr. Controversy

Reggie Jackson finds himself in the middle of a controversy for speaking his mind. That was a position that he often found himself throughout his career.


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Hartnett: Slick-Fielding First Basemen Don Mattingly, Keith Hernandez Are Glaring Hall Of Fame Omissions

Two of the dominant players of the 1980’s and Big Apple baseball legends Don Mattingly and Keith Hernandez have been overlooked by Hall of Fame voters over the years and deserve reconsideration.


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Johnny Damon Joins Elite Company

With an opposite-field bloop double to left in the first inning of Saturday night’s game against Florida, Damon became just the 11th player all-time to have 500 doubles, 100 triples, 200 homers, and 2,500 hits.


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Alomar, Blyleven Elected To Hall Of Fame

Roberto Alomar and Bert Blyleven have been elected to baseball’s Hall of Fame. Alomar and Blyleven were chosen Wednesday by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America after narrow misses last year.


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Palmeiro Insists He Never Used PED’s

Palmeiro told Wednesday that he hopes Hall of Fame voters will forgive his mistake of taking a tainted vitamin injection in 2005.