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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Bakersfield Now
All 10 baseball Hall candidates fall short
Bakersfield Now
In 2011, Chicago Cubs great Ron Santo was elected by the Golden Era panel. Managers Joe Torre, Bobby Cox and Tony La Russa were unanimously elected last year by the Expansion Era committee. The pre-Pre-Integration Era committee, which considers …

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All 10 baseball Hall candidates fall short
Pierce County Tribune
In 2011, Chicago Cubs great Ron Santo was elected by the Golden Era panel. Managers Joe Torre, Bobby Cox and Tony La Russa were unanimously elected last year by the Expansion Era committee. The pre-Pre-Integration Era committee, which considers …

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All 10 baseball Hall candidates fall short
SFGate
In 2011, Chicago Cubs great Ron Santo was elected by the Golden Era panel. Managers Joe Torre, Bobby Cox and Tony La Russa were unanimously elected last year by the Expansion Era committee. The pre-Pre-Integration Era committee, which considers …
Golden Era vote shutout is disappointing result for Hall of FameSI.com
Hall of Fame Rejects All Golden Era CandidatesNew York Times
No new Hall of Famers elected in Golden Era Committee voteYahoo Sports (blog)

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No new Golden Era Committee inductees to Baseball Hall of Fame
SI.com
The National Baseball Hall of Fame has zero new inductees from the 2015 Golden Era Committee ballot, the museum announced Monday. The Golden Era Committee votes on candidates whose contributions to baseball were most significant from 1947-72.
Hall of Fame shutout: Golden Era admits no oneUSA TODAY
Baseball Hall of Fame 2015: Dick Allen, Tony Oliva fall one vote short of electionSportingNews.com
Veterans committee doesn't elect anyone to Hall of FameCBSSports.com
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Stuart resident Jim Kaat candidate for "Golden Era" nomination to Baseball
TCPalm
The results will be announced at 2 p.m. Monday. The 76-year-old Kaat came close to being inducted in 2011 when the 16-member committee first met. That year, Kaat came in second, receiving 10 of the 12 votes needed for induction. Ron Santo was inducted …
Dan D'Addona: Jim Kaat's Hall call is comingHollandSentinel.com
Should former St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Ken Boyer be enshrined in Viva El Birdos
Ken Boyer Deserves Hall NodRedbird Rants

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The 20 Biggest Hall Of Fame Snubs In Baseball History
Forbes
Baseball Hall of Fame voting is back in the news as voters receive their ballots in the mail and speculation begins anew on who will be voted in to the class of 2015. Results will be announced in early January. The slam dunks would appear to be Randy …

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Diamonds in the rough: Three ASU baseball alumni's journey to the Arizona Fall
The State Press
There's also a contingent of major league managers who have experience coaching in the fall league, including Bob Melvin, Dusty Baker, Mike Scioscia, Ron Washington, and Terry Francona. The hype that comes with being a player with the caliber of Byron

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Baseball Hall of Fame releases footage of MLB's star-studded 1934 trip to Japan
SportingNews.com
The Baseball Hall of Fame just released digitized footage filmed by slugger Jimmie Foxx and his wife, Helen, from MLB's 1934 goodwill tour of Japan. This wasn't MLB's first trip to the country, but this 12-city, 22-game trip included superstar Babe

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