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(BBWAA: Elected by the Baseball Writers Association of America; VC: Elected by the Veterans Committee; NL: Elected by the Veterans Committee based on Negro league career): 1936 -- BBWAA: Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, Christy Mathewson, Babe Ruth, Honus...
Sun StaffIt's a foregone conclusion, but newly retired Orioles superstar Cal Ripken will have to wait more than five years to take his place in baseball's Hall of Fame. The first Hall of Fame ballots bearing Ripken's name will be mailed in December 2006. The...
Tags: Baseball, World Series, New York Yankees, Nolan Ryan, Politics
Sun StaffCOOPERSTOWN, N.Y. - Eddie Murray's first major league mentor had a seat close to the stage at yesterday's Hall of Fame induction ceremonies. So did the guy who lost his position when Murray took over as Orioles first baseman late in his rookie season....
Tribune staff reporterMaybe it was because Paul Konerko was wearing the uniform of the 1983 White Sox, the team whose players were honored Saturday at U.S. Cellular Field. At any rate, the '83 Sox won the divisional championship wearing the "Winning Ugly" label. And Konerko...
1933 Al Simmons, OF Jimmy Dykes, 3B 1934 Simmons, OF Dykes, 3B 1935 Simmons, OF 1936 Luke Appling, SS Rip Radcliff, P Vern Kennedy, P 1937 Luke Sewell, C Monty Stratton, P 1938 Mike Kreevich, OF 1939 Appling, SS Ted Lyons, P 1940 Appling, SS 1941 Appling,...
What do you honestly think of the Sox's trades for Carl Everett and Roberto Alomar? I like the effort, but I'm skeptical about giving up five or six minor league prospects for them. Andrew, Chicago Alomar was a no-brainer, a significant upgrade over...
Tags: Baseball, Mark Grudzielanek, Central Park, Colon, Death
RedEyePITCHERS Eddie Cicotte (1912-1920) Four years (1913, 1916, 1917 and 1919)in which his ERA was under 2.00. Went 28-12 with league-best 1.53 ERA in 1917, 29-7 in 1919, 21-10 in 1920, his last season. Threw a no-hitter in 1917. Urban "Red" Faber (1914-...
Tribune baseball reporterTrue to his style as a Sherwin-Williams kind of guy, Ryne Sandberg won't try to describe his 16-year career as some masterwork by Picasso. He would rather not discuss it at all. "You're asking me to brag about myself," Sandberg said Tuesday when asked if...
Tribune staff reporterA little bit of the new and a little bit of the old was on display Tuesday when the White Sox routed Kansas City 12-5 in their home opener at U.S. Cellular Field. The new—aside from much of the park itself—was the aggressive baserunning that Sox...
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