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Jim Thome elected to Baseball Hall of Fame on first ballot

Jim Thome, who helped bring baseball back to the forefront of the city’s sports landscape when he signed with the Phillies in December of 2002, learned Wednesday night that he is headed to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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Cooperstown 2018: Omar Vizquel

OMAR VIZQUEL                First Year on Ballot PLAYING CAREER: Seattle Mariners (1989–1993), Cleveland Indians (1994–2004), San Francisco Giants (2005–2008), Texas Rangers (2009), Chicago White Sox (2010–2011) and Toronto Blue Jays (2012). ACHIEVEMENTS: .272 batting average with 2877 hits in 24 big league seasons. Eleven time Gold Glove Award winner (1993-2001 and 2005-2006)

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Willie Cauley-Stein on Donovan Mitchell: ‘Somebody needs to take him out’

Donovan Mitchell threw down a monster dunk in the third quarter of Wednesday’s game against the Kings, and Willie Cauley-Stein was not happy about it. It happened in the third quarter, when Mitchell split two defenders, then slammed home a powerful dunk — without being fouled or challenged at the rim.

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Willie Cauley-Stein on Donovan Mitchell: ‘Somebody needs to take him out’

D II player jumps over defender, throws down alley-oop dunk

Lincoln Memorial University forward Emanuel Terry threw down what may have been the best dunk of the college basketball season so far on Wednesday night. The LMU Railsplitters squared off on the court against the Carson-Newman Eagles at Holt Fieldhouse, and Terry showed off his vertical leap on one particular play — in a big way. Teammate Josh Odem lobbed an inbounds pass near the basket, and Terry did the rest

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D II player jumps over defender, throws down alley-oop dunk

Burning River Radio: Rules of the Hall

Joe Coblitz and Justin Lada talk about the Indians player additions to their 40 man roster ahead of the Rule 5 Draft in Eric Haase , Willi Castro , Yu-Cheng Chang , Julian Merryweather and Eric Stamte as well as the Hall of Fame debate about Jim Thome and Omar Vizquel . https://thebloguin.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/burning-river-radio-11-23-17.mp3

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Writers Release 2018 Hall of Fame Ballot

It seems like just yesterday, Cooperstown welcomed Tim Raines, Jeff Bagwell and Pudge Rodriguez into the baseball Hall of Fame. Monday, the BBWAA released the 33 names eligible for the upcoming 2018 class and, like in recent years, the ballot is stacked both with credible hold overs (Vlad Guerrero, Trevor Hoffman, Edgar Martinez and Mike Mussina, for example) as well as some high profile first ballot inclusions. All in all, there are 19 new names on the ballot and 14 holdovers So, without further hyperbole…let’s get to those first ballot nominees! IN

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Hall of Fame ballot newcomers: Jones, Thome, Vizquel

NEW YORK (AP) – Chipper Jones, Jim Thome and Omar Vizquel are among 19 first-time candidates on the Baseball Writers’ Association of America ballot for baseball’s Hall of Fame.

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Updating the Tribe Leaderboards after Historic 2017 Season

It was a record setting season in Cleveland. As a team, the Indians shattered records including the most strike outs in a single season by a pitching staff and the highest fWAR by the staff as well. They also won 102 games, the second most in Indians history (after 1954) and their 17 game lead in the Central was their third highest finish in club history (after 1995 and 1999).

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Updating the Tribe Leaderboards after Historic 2017 Season

Cleveland Indians Top 10 Career Play-Off Performances (Offense)

Last season, we took at look at the best Indians performers by round and, while that deserves another check after impressive performances by players like Corey Kluber , Andrew Miller and Roberto Perez in 2016, we’ll take a more all encompassing look this season. This top ten includes every post-season game ever played by a player, so it favors the recent seasons more than those before the expansion era in the 1960’s, but that doesn’t mean they are excluded.

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Cleveland Indians Top 10 Career Play-Off Performances (Offense)

Taking a look at the Phillies’ possible draft picks

Thanks to YouTube, baseball fans can have more of an educated opinions on the players their favorite teams will select in the draft. I spent several hours the past few days looking at some of the players to give you a brief breakdown of what the draft might offer for the Phillies. Before we move on to the players, here’s the skinny.

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Taking a look at the Phillies’ possible draft picks