Tag: Hall of Fame

Rob Gronkowski: Hall of Fame Worthy?

Rob Gronkowski: Hall of Fame Worthy?

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05/22/2019

​NFL team roster moves are commonplace this time of year with the NFL draft upon us and big trades such as Antonio Brown moving to the Oakland Raiders and Odell Beckham Jr. being traded to the Cleveland Browns. However, the biggest news for the New England Patriots fans came on March 24, 2019 when Rob…

Baseball’s Hallowed Hall of Controversies

Baseball’s Hallowed Hall of Controversies

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02/09/2016

Last Tuesday marked the 80th anniversary of the announcement of the first Hall of Fame class. In 1936, Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson, and Walter Johnson were the first five baseball players to be elected to the Hall of Fame. In 1939, Stephen Carlton Clark, a Cooperstown, New York hotel manager, founded…

The Sports Sermon: Enough With the Witch Hunt

The Sports Sermon: Enough With the Witch Hunt

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01/29/2015

Rather than just accept the fact that steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs were part of the sport’s culture at the time, the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, the electoral body for the Baseball Hall of Fame, has engaged in their own reprisal of the Salem Witch Trials. Any accusation against a player, no matter how…

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