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Bruce Markusen's Page
(Manager of Program Presentations, National Baseball Hall of Fame and
Museum). He is available for your questions. He writes the Oakland
A's 1972 daily diary.
Hall of Fame Ballot, by John B. Holway
- Includes foreign and passed over players.
2003: Who's In? Who's Out? And why? by John B. Holway
the Top Baseball Players of all Time: The Extrapolation Method
(updated for 2003) - by Eric
Hall of Fame
Trivia Crossword (2007) by Clay Duvall
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Articles by Jeff Mordock
for Ted Simmons
Phorgotten Phillies - A Case for Gaavy Cravath and Sherry Magee
Playing at a Ballpark Near You: A Hall of Famer
A. C. Haeffner's HOF Photo
Photos from the 1998 Hall of Fame induction
ceremony: Bob Lemon, Brooks
Robinson, then-NL president Leonard
Coleman, Al Lopez, Lee
Marichal, Stan Musial (playing the harmonica), and Buck
O'Neil (who was among the dignitaries in the crowd), Larry
Doby, Harmon Killebrew, Bud
Selig, Jim Bunning, Steve Carlton, Don
Sutton, Bob Gibson, Warren
Spahn, Tom Seaver, a combo of Spahn and Seaver, Enos Slaughter, and Eddie
from the 1997 induction -- the year Niekro and Lasorda were enshrined.
In this batch we have Rollie Fingers, George
Kell, Sandy Koufax, Frank Robinson, Willie Stargell, Lou
Brock, Sparky Anderson (who was among the dignitaries in
the crowd), a combo of Pee Wee Reese and Phil Rizzuto, Phil Niekro (with Pee Wee Reese in background), Phil Niekro at podium during his induction speech,
Tommy Lasorda during his speech, Niekro and Lasorda posing with their plaques, Whitey Ford, Bob Feller, Ted Williams 1, Ted Williams 2, Ted Williams 3, a combo of Jim Palmer and Johnny Bench, Joe
Morgan, and Yogi
At Doubleday Field the next day, before
the Hall of Fame game: Ralph
Kiner, Bob Feller, and Bobby
from the 1987 Hall of Fame induction ceremony: Group shot: Ray Dandridge, Catfish Huner and Billy Williams with
Commissioner Peter Ueberroth on the right behind them and then-HOF
president, Edward Stack, on the left behind them
Dandridge, Catfish Hunter and Billy Williams, Billy Williams, Catfish Hunter sitting, Cool Papa Bell, Dale Murphy, Dale Murphy with Happy Chandler, George Grande, Happy Chandler, Enos Slaughter, Ralph Kiner, Monte Irvin and Stan
Musial, Jack Buck and Ralph Kiner, Stan Musial.
At Doubleday Field, before the Hall of
Fame game: Catfish Hunter in dugout, Don Mattingly: with hat, signing autographs, smiling, stretching, Rickey
Henderson, George Steinbrenner, Dave Winfield 1, Dave Winfield 2.
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Official Online Home of the Hall of Fame
Baseball Hall of Fame
- Why not start with a visit to the Hall of Fame's official web site.
Other Hall of Fame Related Sites
Nationall Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Find A Grave - Grave icons
indicate that a photo of the grave is available and you can view the
of Fame Gallery - Intends to create enthusiasm around baseball's
greats, share research, and build a community for baseball fans
HOF on Twitter
Hall of Fame, Foreign Leagues
dJapanese Hall of Fame and
Museum - Dedication of great Japanese baseball players,
executives, and umpires as well as a collection of memorable baseball
Canadian Baseball Hall
of Fame and Museum - A visit to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame
and Museum in St. Marys will open your eyes to Canada's rich baseball
List of Canadian Hall of Famers
The Babe Ruth Museum - Love
Babe Ruth? It's also for Baltimore Orioles fans.
Shoeless Joe Jackson's Virtual Hall
of Fame - A phenomenal tribute to a great player. Everything
you want to know about Joe Jackson. Email them your
is in -- anybody understand it? (2009 HOF), Jason Stark describing
why Rickey Henderson did not get 100% of the votes.
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