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SoxFest: White Sox Pay Respects to Mr. Cub

The game of baseball lost an icon on Friday night. Ernie Banks, Mr. Cub, passed away at the age of 83. Banks was a true ambassador of the game. 246 more words

Day 1 of SoxFest: From the South to the South Side

On Friday, January 23, 2014, I made my first-ever trip to Chicago. Yes, it was the first time I would get a chance to see the “Windy City” and my first chance on the “South Side”. 1,248 more words

My Fake Ballot for the Veterans Committee

For the players who made my fake ballot for the writers, click here. For those who didn’t, click here.

The Baseball Bloggers Alliance also held a fake election for the Veterans Committee (VC) ballot. 3,475 more words

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

VJP Legends

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

Cheap Seat Chronicles

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