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  1. Fixing the Hall of Fame Part 1: What is a Hall of Famer?

    Fixing the Hall of Fame

    By Daniel Greenia

    Introduction: What is a Hall of Famer?


    Jim Rice finally was voted into the Hall of fame last year. Should he be there? Were there better players on the ballot that should have been elected before him? Considering the process that got him there, should he feel honored?

    Before we can begin to assess whether a player should or should not be in the Hall, we need to have an answer to this basic ...
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  2. Hall of Famer that used steroids? My theory explained...

    PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS NOT AN ACCUSATION, BUT MERELY MY OWN OPINION OF WHAT HAPPENED IF JOSE CANSECO TOLD US THE TRUTH

    Jose Canseco has come out and said that a HoF'er has use steriods, and was elected 7 or 8 years ago. I don't know about you, but what jumps out at me is the 7-8 years ago thing. Why not 10 or 15? I think he was trying to tell us who it is without actually telling us. Going back, 4 people were elected in those two years, Dennis Eckersley, Paul Molitor, Eddie Murray, ...
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  3. Adventures of a Las Vegas Local

    Experience the Adventures of Adam Van Wildest as he takes you into the Las Vegas Nightlife scene with thousands of pictures and daily updates as he meets new people, harasses tourists and explores everything Vegas has to offer. Keywords : Nevada, Alcohol, Women, Bars, Clubs, Party, Beer Pong.

    http://www.AdamVanWildest.com
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  4. Babe Ruth and george Case?

    Would anyone have a Babe Ruth and George Case picture? Would like to purchase a copy.
    In late 1941 Babe Ruth, George Case, and Bob Edge made an appearance at the Wallkill Country Club in New Jersey. Also in the 1940's,
    Babe Ruth and George Case went on a hunting
    trip together! Looking for a picture of these events. Enjoy collecting Babe Ruth items.

    Thank You, Joe B.
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  5. Collecting Mets Yearbooks: 1964 (5)

    1964



    The yearbook for the New York Mets’ third season, and their first year playing their home games at Shea Stadium (the first game played at the new stadium was April 17, 1964).

    No longer portrayed as the New York National League Baseball Club, but rather the New York Mets, the cover of Shea Stadium’s first “year book” features the second Mets cover drawn by legendary sports cartoonist Willard Mullin. Mullin is probably most notable for ...

    Updated 01-17-2011 at 06:42 PM by milladrive

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