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This Week in Baseball Season One Recaps: Episode 5

In episode 5 of This Week in Baseball '77, Rod Carew chases .400, the Yankees exact revenge, and nobody wants to manage the Rangers.

Stephen Strasburg Shutdown Wrap; The #Occupythemound Movement.

Everyone has an opinion. Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals apparently heard them all, but they didn't alter their plans for the 24-year-old right-hander in his first year back from Tommy John surgery.

Yankees on the New Vets Committee Ballot

The Hall of Fame announced their next veteran’s committee ballot today, and they have one Yankees great on it, and two others greats who passed through up for election. These are, respectively,...

Jim Kaat On R.A. Dickey's Knuckleball (Video)

MLB Network analyst Jim Kaat breaks down R.A. Dickey's knuckleball.

Kaat and Oliva miss shot at the Hall; Ron Santo in

They needed 12 of 16 votes from the Golden Era committee. Kaat came in second with 10 and Oliva had 8 votes. Ron Santo was the only player elected. (Other sources say 15 votes, but the Pioneer Press says "all ballots," which I suspect is wrong.)

Tony Oliva gets another shot at Cooperstown in "Golden Era" ballot

Former Twins Jim Kaat and Luis Tiant are also on the list of 10 who are eligible. They need 12 of 16 votes to get in. I'm rooting for Tony. He deserves it.

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