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  1. Negro Leagues project marks history

    Greg Garber

    Since 2004, the Negro Leagues Grave Marker Project has found the final resting places of players like "Big Bill" Gatewood and "Steel Arm" Taylor and honoring their memories by installing headstones. Read the entire story....

    Blog | February 20, 2011
  2. Negro Leagues project marks history

    Greg Garber

    Since 2004, the Negro Leagues Grave Marker Project has found the final resting places of players like "Big Bill" Gatewood and "Steel Arm" Taylor and honoring their memories by installing headstones. Read the entire story....

    Blog | February 20, 2011
  3. Baseball Hall of Fame: Nearly 27 years ago, Jim Rice became an in...

    Greg Garber

    Looking back on his Hall of Fame career, Jim Rice points to a moment nearly 27 years ago when he simply did the right thing -- and may have saved a young boy's life in the process.

    Story | Conversation | July 25, 2009
  4. Plunk'd! The latest, greatest Craig Biggio story

    Greg Garber

    Sure, his 3,000th hit was nice. But Craig Biggio is about to pass another, even more impressive, career milestone, and Greg Garber wonders why the hullabaloo isn't as loud.

    Story | Conversation | July 17, 2007
  5. Rose jury: Let him in

    Greg Garber

    Fourteen years isn't a lifetime, but it was enough time for Pete Rose to wait for induction to the Hall of Fame, a 12-person jury said in ESPN's mock trial.

    Story | Conversation | July 17, 2003
  6. Closing arguments ...

    Greg Garber

    A summary of the testimony of the most recent witness to take the stand in ESPN's mock trial on Pete Rose.

    Story | Conversation | July 17, 2003
  7. Pete Rose on Trial: summary of testimony

    Greg Garber

    Who said what when they took the stand in ESPN's "Pete Rose on Trial."

    Story | Conversation | July 17, 2003
  8. Strawberry may be battling three demons from within

    Greg Garber

    Spring, with its blooming crocuses, daffodils and hyacinths, is a time of irrepressible renewal and hope. Unless, of course, you are 39 years old, banned forever from baseball, cursed by addiction and have, statistically speaking, a death sentence sm...

    Story | Conversation | April 03, 2001