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Minnie Minoso (1953 - Bowman #36)

Saturnino Orestes Arma “Minnie” Minoso (Mr. White Sox or The Cuban Comet) was originally signed by the Cleveland Indians in 1949, then traded to the Chicago White Sox during the 1951 season. 136 more words

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Veteran's Committee Elects No One to the Hall of Fame

The Veteran’s Committee has tallied their votes and the results are, unfortunately, unsurprising.

The 16-member panel of Hall of Fame players and managers, former executives and baseball writers representing the Veteran’s Committee… 345 more words

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So, if Enos Slaughter Is in, Should Minnie Minoso be in, too?

By Glen Sparks

Minnie Minoso patterned his game after a fellow Cuban. Martin Dihigo hit for power, hit for average and ran hard. Oh, he could pitch, too.  834 more words

Examining the Golden Era Ballot

The Hall of Fame announced its Golden Era committee’s final 10-man ballot in late October. While others have already commented on it, we decided to wait until closer to the announcement of the election itself to pipe up. 3,948 more words

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2015 Veteran's Ballot: the Outfield and the Executive

Part two of my comments on the impending Veteran’s Committee vote. This time the Outfield. As there are less outfielders than either infielders or pitchers, I decided to add the lone executive to this post (I can feel the tingle of excitement from each of you). 723 more words

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