Tag Archives: baseball Hall of Fame

Not the Easy Way

Chipper Jones was recently inducted into the baseball Hall of Fame. Jones piled up a lot of impressive statistics in his career, but this one really stands out. The switch-hitting slugger batted for a .303 average as a left-handed hitter and … Continue reading

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A Father’s Influence

Mike Piazza was recently voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. The former New York Mets catcher credits his father for getting him to the major leagues by forcing him to get into a batting cage every day. His father … Continue reading

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Variety

Last year’s inductions into the Baseball Hall of Fame included 6-foot-10 Randy Johnson and 5-foot-11 Pedro Martinez. This year’s inductees represent a different kind of contrast. Ken Griffey Jr. was the number 1 overall pick in the draft, while Mike … Continue reading

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The Kid Has What It Takes

Ken Griffey Jr. was elected to Baseball’s Hall of Fame yesterday. It was nearly unanimous, with Griffey receiving a record 99.3% of the vote total. Needless to say, Griffey’s selection to the hall comes as no surprise. It seems as … Continue reading

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Properly Equipped

While no one was voted into the baseball Hall of Fame this year, 3 men who died more than 70 years ago will be inducted into the Hall. These men were chosen by a 16-member panel considering individuals from the … Continue reading

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