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4 posts tagged with baseball by Copronymus.
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Absolutely No Busts, Though

The Sporting Statues Project maintains a list of statues of sportspeople in the UK and has just added one of baseball statues in the US. Everything from 18th century strongmen and still active players to fans and little leaguers can be found in their directory. They also have some links to abstracts of papers they've presented on their research into sports statuary.
posted by Copronymus on Mar 5, 2013 - 2 comments

"But more important than mere longevity was the fact that he had lived through and been a part of more baseball history than almost any other man."

The results of the 2013 Baseball Hall of Fame Veterans Committee Election were released today, and the three men elected were Jacob Ruppert, who owned the Yankees for 24 years and helped steer the team from mediocrity in the 1910s to some of the greatest teams in baseball history; Hank O'Day, one of the longest-serving umpires in league history and the man who made the official ruling on Merkle's Boner, and Deacon White, the first great catcher and one of the main players in the first baseball dynasty, the Boston Red Stockings of the 1870s National Association. [more inside]
posted by Copronymus on Dec 3, 2012 - 9 comments

My Designated Hitter is a Fish

William Faulkner's ballot for the 2012 Baseball Hall of Fame election.
posted by Copronymus on Dec 28, 2011 - 13 comments

There's . . . Killebrew, and Gehringer, and Heilmann and Robinson.

The Periodic Table of Baseball Hall-of-Famers. [more inside]
posted by Copronymus on Nov 15, 2010 - 10 comments

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