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RIP, Players Falling Off the 2006 Ballot

Our 2006 election was a milestone of sorts. With the five obituaries today, we now have fewer than 100 players to review in order to reach our HoME size of 215. 649 more words

RIP, Obituaries Of Players We're No Longer Considering

Week of February 16, 2015

The 49ers’ terrible management has incurred the wrath of The Bird of Death upon Levi’s Stadium.

The Cat’s in the Cradle

As Tim Lincecum’s pitching deteriorated over the last three years, so did his relationship with his father. 1,305 more words

PHOTO GALLERY: Spring Training, Day 2

More smiles on Day 2 of Spring camp, and why not? Spring opener is just 11 days away!

–Photos by Dan Mendlik 22 more words

Why Major League Baseball should be afraid of Cleveland's Carlos Santana

It’s New Year’s Eve here at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario, and I am excited about what’s to come in 2015 for your Cleveland Indians. 3,697 more words


Walk-off grand slams at Progressive Field? Swish joins Belle, Haf, Santana and others

Nick Swisher’s walk-off Grand Slam got us thinking — what was the most memorable walk-off Grand Slam in ballpark history? Here are four. Head to… 101 more words

Walk-off wish for Swish: Photos, post-game notes from wild Thursday!

GRAND FINALE: The Indians recorded their 6th walk-off win of the season, as Nick Swisher connected for a game-winning grand slam in the bottom of the 10th after the Angels jumped out to a 3-1 lead in the top half of the frame…marked the 9th walk-off grand slam in the history of Progressive Field (1994-present), first since Travis Hafner on July 7, 2011 vs. 576 more words

Albert Belle Scouting Report From 1991: "Attitude problem. AAA Best"

Albert Belle is a forgotten man. Despite averaging 40 home runs and 130 RBIs over every 162 games during his career, Belle is rarely mentioned as a feared slugger that tormented American League pitchers from 1989-2000 while playing for the Indians, White Sox and Orioles. 220 more words

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