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From wire reportsFormer Orioles great Brooks Robinson caught on quickly: Preventing runs was just as important as scoring them. A human highlight film at the hot corner, Robinson finished No. 1 in fan voting for the all-time Rawlings Gold Glove team released yesterday....
The Associated PressChad Allen 2007 team: Played in Japan An outfielder who played with four teams in Major League Baseball between 1999 and 2005, the Minnesota Twins, Cleveland Indians, Florida Marlins, and Texas Rangers. In the report: Mets clubhouse attendant Kirk...
Ask Paul returns to discuss Dusty's future, Froemming's comment, Wellemeyer's legacy, Pierre's T-shirt and other matters of vital importance to Cubs fans. Hey, Paul, the season is a month old and you need a vacation from this column already? --Gary...
Tags: Greg Maddux, All Stars, Hank Aaron, Jim Belushi, Scottie Pippen
Sun ReporterIn a private room at one end of the 300 level of the Baltimore Convention Center, four Hall of Famers sat at separate tables, signing baseballs, bats, jerseys and helmets that later would be shipped as pre-orders and sold. It's not often that Frank...
Tags: All Stars, Don Mattingly, Cal Ripken, Baseball, Johnny Unitas
The Associated PressPlayer, Year, Cast, Votes, Pct. Tom Seaver 1992 430 425 98.84 Nolan Ryan 1999 497 491 98.79 Cal Ripken Jr. 2007 545 537 98.53 Ty Cobb 1936 226 222 98.23 George Brett 1999 497 488 98.19 Hank Aaron 1982 415 406 97.83 Tony Gwynn 2007 545 532 97.61...
The Associated PressHank Aaron, of, 1982 Ernie Banks, ss-1b, 1977 Johnny Bench, c, 1989 Wade Boggs, 3b. 2005 George Brett, 3b, 1999 Lou Brock, of, 1985 Rod Carew, 2b-1b, 1991 Steve Carlton, p, 1994 Ty Cobb, of, 1936 Dennis Eckersley, p, 2004 Bob Feller, p, 1962...
Tags: Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Warren Spahn, Tom Seaver, Mickey Mantle
WatchdogFather's day note: NBC golf reporter Dottie Pepper's father, Don, played four games for the 1966 Tigers, going 0-for-3. He appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated in 1968 with four other projected top rookies: Johnny Bench, Mike Torrez, Cisco......
Staff reporterWGN Radio producer Rick Gieser checks in with another fantastic Sports Songs segment. (02/21/09) (:43:52) [listen to the 12/20/08 holiday edition | listen to the 10/11/08 edition | listen to the 08/09/08 edition | listen to the 06/21/08 edition | link...
Tags: Bernie Williams, New York Mets, WGN, Vin Scully, David Wells
Here, in the one place charged with immortalizing baseball's feats and achievements, the biggest record of them all doesn't seem to exist this weekend. Here, in the No Barry Zone, steroids are unimaginable and controversy nonexistent. Here, we choose...
Tags: Harmon Killebrew, Don Sutton, Hank Aaron, Baseball, Barry Bonds
Sun StaffThe second of a series recounting Cal Ripken's 20 major-league seasons. The curtain to the 1983 season lowered on the careers of three future Hall of Famers: catcher Johnny Bench, pitcher Gaylord Perry and outfielder Carl Yastrzemski. It opened wide...
Tags: Lou Gehrig, All Stars, Cal Ripken, Baseball, American League
(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...
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