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Channel Guide MagazineA lot of people view Pete Rose these days with a mixture of anger and pity. Anger that his long-ago sin of betting on baseball games still keeps the sport's all-time hit king out of the Hall of Fame, and pity at the sad caricature they think he's become....
Thursday night's bid for absolution by cyclist Lance Armstrong over his use of performance-enhancing drugs — set to continue Friday as OWN founder and TV high priestess Oprah Winfrey seeks to bless her struggling network with ratings points —...
The Hartford CourantIn the 144-year narrative of our national pastime, five men have hit 60 home runs in one season. Henry Aaron never did it. Willie Mays never did it. One did it three times. As his reward, Sammy Sosa received 71 of 569 possible votes (12.5 percent) for...
Tags: Baseball, Willie Mays, Don Sutton, ESPN (tv network), Sports
Rich “Goose” Gossage cut an intimidating figure on the mound with his sinister-looking Fu Manchu mustache and blazing fastball, and at 61, he can still fire a few high, hard ones, as he showed after Wednesday’s Hall of Fame vote, in...
Tags: Baseball, Jose Canseco, Hank Aaron, Tour de France, Sports
After all this time, he's not sure if he read Lance Armstrong's book before his kidney was taken out or after, before the cancer spread to his lungs or later, before his doctors said to get his papers in order or not. "I just remember admiring his...
NEW YORK (AP) — Nobody was happier about the Hall of Fame shutout than the Hall of Famers themselves. Goose Gossage, Al Kaline, Dennis Eckersley and others are in no rush to open the door to Cooperstown for anyone linked to steroids. Barry...
Tags: Baseball, Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, Mike Schmidt, Tour de France
Re "Baseball writers throw a shutout at Hall of Fame," Jan. 10 Several of baseball's greats, including slugger Barry Bonds and pitcher Roger Clemens, were denied entry into baseball's Valhalla, presumably because of the steroids scandal. That's OK by...
Tags: Baseball, Sports, Barry Bonds
No living players will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this year, a decision that baseball great Pete Rose said is "kind of sad." In an interview with Fox News, Rose lamented the first shutout since 1996. "There's a lot of great players that were on...
Tags: Baseball, Cincinnati Reds, Sports, Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire
History, it has been said, is written by the winners. But sometimes, writers write history, and I’m hoping those with Hall of Fame ballots do that today. When the names of the newest inductees into the Baseball Hall of Fame are announced, I hope...
The Baltimore SunI had a chance to talk to former Oriole Rafael Palmeiro about Wednesday’s Hall of Fame announcement that the Baseball Writers' Association of America did not vote in anyone for the 2013 induction class. That includes Palmeiro, who was on his third...
The Baltimore SunMajor League Baseball and the players association have agreed to take the next step toward eradicating performance-enhancing drugs from the game by expanding random blood testing for human growth hormone to during the season and conducting additional...
Did Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and pitcher Roger Clemens miss election to the Baseball Hall of Fame because the writers don't like them rather than their alleged steroids use? The sportswriters and other purists adamantly say the three don't belong in...
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