RIP Tony Gwynn, 1960-2014

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San Diego Padres legend and first-ballot Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn has passed away at age 54.


Here’s Frank Thomas With A HOT TAKE On Alex Rodriguez’s Hall Of Fame Chances


Hall of Famer and new Fox Sports 1 baseball analyst Frank Thomas shared his brief thoughts on whether or not Alex Rodriguez will make the Hall of Fame.


The 2013 Baseball Hall Of Fame Votes Are In

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Today is the day when we find out who'll be the next legendary superstar elected into Baseball's Hall Of Fame.


Rod Carew Should Be Banished From The National Baseball Hall Of Fame

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For all the jokes we make about TMZ writers and their obnoxious use of ellipses, I have to admit that I shamefully enjoy it when they “report” random stories tongue-in-cheek.


How To Remember Gary Carter

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Gary Carter died on Thursday.


Diamondbacks Kids Now More Important To Baseball History Than Pete Rose

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Remember the young "Good Samaritan" Arizona Diamondbacks fan who <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2011/07/the-great-foul-ball-debate-how-do-you-declare-the-real-villain">selflessly gave a ball to a crying little boy who'd dropped it</a>.


The Pouting Giants Fan is All Grown Up, Wants Pete Rose’s Autograph

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Last week, we covered the <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2011/07/lesson-learned-pout-until-you-get-what-you-want">bratty San Francisco Giants fan</a> who was showered with riches for being a brat and several similar instances of <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2011/07/the-great-foul-ball-debate-how-do-you-declare-the-real-villain#page/1">grown-ups acting like babies and jerks and getting away with it</a>.


Harmon Killebrew, Justin Morneau Enter Hospice Care

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Baseball Hall of Famer and Minnesota Twins legend Harmon Killebrew said on Friday that he's ending his battle with esophageal cancer, and plans live out the final days of his life in hospice care.


Some Guys Are In The Hall Of Fame Now

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Baseball announced the results of its Hall Of Fame in Cooperstown, and two guys will be getting plaques this spring.



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Andre Dawson, the sole member of 2010's Baseball Hall Of Fame class, will be enshrined into Cooperstown as a Montreal Expo, where he spent 11 of his 21 seasons in Major League Baseball.



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If I had told you earlier in the week that in a class featuring Barry Larkin, Roberto Alomar, Bert Blyleven, and Edgar Martinez would be on their first-ever Hall of Fame ballots and none of them would have made it in on the first try, you first thought might have been, "Baseball.

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