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The Stats Behind the MLB Hall of Fame 2019 Class

A crowd of 55,000 faithful baseball fans gathered on Sunday to see and hear the newest members of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. This was the second-largest ever recorded for the ceremony in Cooperstown. This record breaking crowd witnessed the enshrinement of some of the game’s greatest. Mike …

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425 for 425: Rivera becomes baseball’s first unanimous Hall of Famer

There are quite a few things that closer Mariano Rivera is known for. Mo has won five World Series titles with the New York Yankees. Mo is the MLB’s all-time leader in saves (652). When Mo entered, he was the “Sandman.” In a more than fitting manner, Rivera will now …

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Baseball Hall of Fame to be Announced on Tuesday at 6 p.m. ET.

It is the dead of winter, but baseball is about to bring some warmth revealing its next class of Hall of Famers as fans eagerly await for spring training.  While the votes of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America were submitted at the end of 2018, the inductees will be …

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Former MLB Ace, Roy Halladay, Dies in Plane Crash

Roy Halladay, who pitched for the Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies, died when his plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday. The two-time Cy Young Award winner retired from the MLB just four years ago. Halladay was 40. Statement from the Blue Jays organization on the tragic …

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MLB Recap: Braves Roll, Rays and Marlins Fall

The season might still be very young, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a shortage of story lines for Major League Baseball. Sunday’s action added some plot twists. The Tampa Bay Rays (4-7) were cut down by the Boston Red Sox (7-4) 5 to 0 on Sunday at Fenway Park. …

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