Lots to cover in today’s newsletter, so let’s get to it. At The Athletic The Baseball 100 rolls along. I don’t know if you like for me to individually …
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So, we’re going to begin some Hall of Fame stuff this week, but first I want to catch you up a bit on the Baseball 100. It is now coming back to me why…
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Don Larsen died on Wednesday. I wrote a little bit about him for The Athletic. I spoke with Larsen on a couple of occasions, and it always impressed me…
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OK, so we went to see “Knives Out” again the other day. I’ll talk about the movie in a minute when I list off five things that made me super-happy in 2…
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Merry, merry, all! We’re all the way to No. 94 on the Baseball 100 … No. 97: Robbie Alomar No. 96: Larry Walker No. 95: Tony Gwynn No. 94: Roy Campanel…
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The thing that would get you about Junior Johnson is how he was exactly who you thought he would be and nothing at all like you thought he would be at …
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The Baseball 100 is off and running. No. 100: Ichiro No. 99: Mike Mussina No. 98: Carlos Beltran Oh, and if you want to see the thing in full, The Athl…
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First off: Happy holidays! Or, to be more politically correct, Merry Christmas! I’m not sure I got that right but either way — I believe it was my frie…
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At The Athletic I did a ranking of the Modern Era ballot players before it came out. I didn’t get much right. The Browns were thoroughly outplayed by t…
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On Sunday, the Modern Era Baseball Committee voted union leader Marvin Miller and eight-time All-Star catcher Ted Simmons into the Hall of Fame. Before…
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Simmons and MillerThe Modern Era Votes are tallied! And your new Hall of Famers are: Ted Simmons Marvin Miller That’s it. There were 16 voters, which means a nomi…
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Hi everybody. In this week’s newsletter, we’re talking the new Scorsese movie and a little Superman, but let’s start with some updates. At The Athletic…
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