ESPN
We've lost the great Ernie Banks, who brought unbridled joy to baseball
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"He wasn't the same, but he was still plenty good," said former Cubs third baseman Ron Santo, a teammate of Banks from 1960 to 1971. "We always felt good with Ernie at the plate when we needed a hit." [+] Enlarge Ernie Banks. AP Photo/Leg Banks' power …
Ernie Banks: 14 memorable moments for No. 14Chicago Tribune
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Banks remembered as one beloved by allTampabay.com
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MLB pitcher, Hall of Famer, and Olympian to present baseball, softball awards
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OKLAHOMA CITY – Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw, Baseball Hall of Famer Ferguson Jenkins, and Olympian Michele Smith are scheduled to address the media in advance of the Warren Spahn Awards Gala. The Spahn Award is …

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Adam Dunn 'officially' retires from baseball
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Ex-Cubs great Ernie Banks tops that list with 2,528 games played while White Sox assistant general manager Buddy Bell is fourth with 2,405 appearances and the Cubs' Ron Santo is fifth with 2,243. Back in August while he still played for the White Sox

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Yahoo Sports (blog)
Baseball Hall of Fame voters elect four: Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John
Yahoo Sports (blog)
They will be inducted into the Hall of Fame in July, after the Baseball Writers Association of America announced Tuesday that the four of them earned the necessary votes for Cooperstown. This is the third time in history that the BBWAA has elected four
Big Unit, Pedro, Smoltz, Biggio make Hall of FameMLB.com
2015 MLB Hall of Fame class to present Letterman's Top 10W*USA 9
MLB Hall of Fame 2015: 3 Players Who Got RobbedWall St. Cheat Sheet
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Detroit Free Press
Smoltz 4th Michigan-born player elected to Baseball HOF
Detroit Free Press
2014 — BBWAA: Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, Frank Thomas. E: Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa, Joe Torre. 2013 — PI: Hank O'Day, Jacob Ruppert, Deacon White. 2012 — BBWAA: Barry Larkin. G: Ron Santo. 2011 — BBWAA: Roberto Alomar, Bert Blyleven.

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SportingNews.com
Baseball Hall of Fame 2015: Date, time, TV…
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JESSE SPECTOR: I consider myself to be a “Small Hall” proponent when it comes to the Baseball Hall of Fame. I believe that to be enshrined in Cooperstown, a player's career should be a necessary and relevant part of the telling of the story of baseball …
MLB Hall of Fame 2015: Craig Biggio, John Smoltz and candidates on the edgeNJ.com
Fallout from the 2015 MLB Hall of Fame Vote Will Be SignificantBleacher Report
Known Hall of Fame ballots point to largest class since 1936Yahoo Sports (blog)
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Bleacher Report
B/R MLB Experts Fill out 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame Ballots
Bleacher Report
There are several hundred Baseball Writers Association of America members with Hall of Fame votes, and their selections for this year's class are due to be announced Tuesday, Jan. 6. But because a few more expert opinions can't hurt, B/R's MLB Lead …
Baseball Hall of Fame 2015: One voter's impossible pursuit of ballot satisfactionSportingNews.com
MLB HOF Writers HandbookSportsBlog.com (blog)
A (fake) ballot for the Hall of FameSB Nation
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New York Daily News
Baseball Hall of Fame: Who would you vote into Cooperstown?
New York Daily News
Mets great Mike Piazza is also back for another crack at Cooperstown along with Steroid Era poster boys Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds. As these players await their Hall of Fame fate (the official results will be announced on Tuesday at 2 p.m. ET), we

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RedEye Chicago
Baseball card pioneer dies at 91
RedEye Chicago
Other popular rookie cards, such as the Cubs' Ernie Banks and Ron Santo or the Sox's Luis Aparicio, are much more affordable at about $ 50 to $ 100 and up, depending on their quality. When buying baseball cards from Chicago area collectors, Herron said, …

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Chicago Tribune
Baseball card pioneer dies at 91
Chicago Tribune
Other popular rookie cards, such as the Cubs' Ernie Banks and Ron Santo or the Sox's Luis Aparicio, are much more affordable at about $ 50 to $ 100 and up, depending on their quality. When buying baseball cards from Chicago area collectors, Herron said, …

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