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  1. What if someone made a new Baseball HOF?

    Steve Wulf

    I love and cherish the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Nothing pleases me more than wandering among its displays and glass cases, making sure that Cool Papa Bell's sunglasses and Shoeless Joe Jackson's shoes are still there. My devotion on...

    Story | Conversation | January 07, 2014
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  3. Billy Hamilton and other really fast guys

    David Schoenfield

    There's the old story about Cool Papa Bell being so fast that he once bunted the ball and was tagged out at third base. You get the idea that Cincinnati Reds prospect Billy Hamilton is even faster than that. After he set the all-time minor league ...

    Blog | February 19, 2013
  4. Negro League players worthy of ESPN Hall of 100

    Jim Caple

    ESPN's Hall of 100 should include Oscar Charleston, Satchel Paige and other greats from the Negro Leagues.

    Story | Conversation | December 12, 2012
  5. Create your own Negro League all-stars

    Hilary Goldstein

    As we've just finished sweeping up the confetti from another All-Star break and settle in for the second half of the baseball season, let's not forget that there was once another set of leagues, ones made up of players excluded from Major League Base...

    Blog | July 25, 2012
  6. J.T. Snow, Cool Papa Bell head Page 2's All-Winter Team

    Rob Daniels

    Get layered. Burn something. (Legally and safely, of course.) And in the spirit of the season -- the one that makes Minnesotans mutter and Floridians freak -- we present Page 2's All-Winter Team. But before we begin, we do give the nod to two ho...

    Blog | Conversation | December 25, 2010
  7. Arizona's speedy leadoff hitters fly by Oregon State

    Graham Hays

    Autumn Champion and Caitlin Lowe helped Arizona beat rival Oregon State 3-2 in nine innings in the first game of the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City.

    Story | Conversation | June 01, 2006