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Maz, Winfield, Puckett enter Hall

From left: Bill Mazeroski, Dave Winfield and Kirby Puckett. AP

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It may have been a special day for a pair of former Minnesota Twins, but it was a speech by Bill Mazeroski that was one of a kind. On a day when former teammates Kirby Puckett and Dave Winfield were enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame, fellow inductee Mazeroski displayed incredible emotion during his long-awaited moment in the spotlight.

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