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Baseball Hall of Fame Pitcher Dennis Eckersley Shares Tremendous Insight

Major League Baseball Spring Training is in full swing.  That is always an exciting time for baseball fans.  But, have you ever thought about the men behind the uniforms and the fears and obstacles they had to overcome to make it in the big leagues? 1,195 more words

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Dennis Eckersley, Starter or Reliever?

In 2004, the first year he was eligible, Dennis Eckersley was elected to the Hall of Fame. On Friday, when we announced the 2004 results… 1,690 more words

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RIP, Players Falling Off the 2004 Ballot

From an obituary standpoint, 2004 was a fairly dull election. From our backlog, Jose Cruz made it into the HoME on Friday, but nobody except our 2004 newcomers to the ballot receives an obituary today. 597 more words

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2004 HoME Election Results

In many ways our 2004 election, our 44th overall, was predictable. Vegas odds were near 100% that Paul Molitor and Dennis Eckersley would go in. And unless our bodies were inhabited of ghosts of BBWAA members past, Dave Stieb was a sure thing too. 1,314 more words

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The Sports Life A-to-Z - - ‘E’ would be Eckersley or the Eck

 What would be a fun and sometimes challenging way to look at life itself each and every day – looking at it through the lens of the alphabet! 398 more words

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MLB Hall of Fame Pitcher Dennis Eckersley Shares How He Overcame His Life Challenges to be a Success

In just about a month, Major League Baseball pitchers will report to Spring Training.  That is always an exciting time for baseball fans.  But, have you ever thought about the men behind the uniforms and the fears and obstacles they had to overcome to make it in the big leagues? 1,220 more words

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Seasons: Eric Gagne's 2003 — the perfect closer

By Cary Osborne

This marks the seventh in a series of stories where we look back in depth on some of the greatest individual seasons in Dodger history. 1,070 more words

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