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At age 86, Hall of Fame third baseman . The redhead from Swifton, Ark., hit .306 for five teams over a 15-year career. Kell was one of the most difficult hitters to strike out: In 1949, when he went 2 for 3 on the...
July 25, 2007 | STEVE WULF
Though its beginnings are based on a suspect ball and a letter penned by a madman, the Hall has become a sacred shrine for fans and players--something like going to baseball heaven
May 11, 1992
Hurricane CarterSeldom have I been as moved by the printed word as I was by William Nack's article about Rubin (Hurricane) Carter's 18-year-long imprisonment and ultimate release (True to His Words, April 13). It is...
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August 31, 1981 | David Bush
Of all the oddball stunts that radio and TV stations resorted to to keep baseball-hungry fans entertained during the strike, the weirdest was pulled off by radio station KNBR in San Francisco. For years the station,...