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Tag Archives: Hall of Fame
I asked my boy Davy, who I have been to Cooperstown with, to write up a few thoughts on the upcoming Hall of Fame votes. TONS of Padres connections, which is awesome. Thanks for the guest post, Davy. -bp Visiting … Continue reading
My favorite photo of Barry. So pure. So happy. Great team player. Congrats on the Hall of Fame induction. I grew up playing shortstop… and when I was in high school, he became the first SS to join the 30/30 … Continue reading
Hall of Fame outfielder Duke Snider died yesterday. He was 84 years old. Edwin Donald Snider. For a couple of decades, he was a baseball god on both coasts. He electrified crowds in Brooklyn and Los Angeles alike. “My Dad … Continue reading
Spring Training is upon us. Pitchers and catchers have reported and the smell of Spring is in the air. Having recently started this sports blog out of San Diego, we feel that we’ve gotta give you readers a little something … Continue reading
It’s February 6th, 2011 and the Super Bowl just ended, so can we finally focus on the true miracle that went down on this day? Babe Ruth was born 116 years ago, and his legend grows even today. Babe Ruth … Continue reading