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TODAY IN '65: TOMMYS CAN YOU HEAR ME? JOHN & AGEE JOIN SOX

On this date (Jan. 20) in 1965, the White Sox executed a colossal trade that included three teams and eight players and netted the franchise three major contributors over the next few years in pitcher Tommy John, catcher John Romano and outfielder Tommie Agee. 231 more words

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Stay-at-Home Dad 101: Tommy John Lounge Jogger Pants are Now My Official "Work Pants" (Includes Jingle I Wrote!)

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Tommy John partnered with bloggers such as myself for this program. I received one free product of my choosing, for my time and creativity.

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Modern Era Ballot: the Pitchers

With the contributors and everyday players out-of-the-way, it’s time to look at the pitchers appearing on the ballot.

Tommy John is known more for the surgery named for him than for his pitching. 364 more words

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Hall of Fame Analysis: 2018 Modern Baseball Era

Last week, the National Baseball Hall of Fame released the latest list of candidates who would be reviewed by the Hall’s era committees. A year ago, the Today’s Game Committee met to consider the cases of candidates who made their greatest contributions since 1988, and inducted Bud Selig and John Schuerholz. 2,594 more words

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Coming to Terms

The verdict was tough for me. I was in disbelief. My world was turned upside down. Even though I knew exactly what was going to come from my appointment, I was still taken by surprise. 601 more words

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Modern Era Ballot Released

The latest iteration of the Veteran’s Committee for the Hall of Fame just released the ballot for the “Modern Era” Committee (that’s the most recent retirees). 58 more words

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The Modern Baseball Ballot, A Miller and Eric Conversation

Miller: Okay, so we’re off to the races in our 2018 Hall of Fame coverage with the Modern Era ballot that includes Steve Garvey, Tommy John, Don Mattingly, Marvin Miller, Jack Morris, Dale Murphy, Dave Parker, Ted Simmons, Luis Tiant, and Alan Trammel. 2,071 more words

2018 Hall Of Fame Election