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Funko (Finally) Announces Line of MLB Figures

Since forever, Funko’s POP! figure line has showcased every genre of anything you might imagine…except for Major League Baseball. That is…until now. At Toy Fair New York , the company revealed the first line of their MLB collection and all the big names were included

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#RIPMLB: Buck O’Neil

At the bottom of Buck O’Neil’s magnificent gravestone, you can find this inscription: “If I’m a Hall of Famer to you, that’s all right with me. Just keep loving old Buck. Don’t weep for Buck

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Vandals Tear Up Field of Dreams

For almost 30 years(!), baseball and movie fans have been hitting Dyersville, Iowa to check out the filming location of the iconic film “Field of Dreams” and have a catch. Sadly, the super popular eastern Iowa tourist location was the subject of a vandal or vandals.

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Moe Berg Movie Hits Sundance

If the story of Moe Berg, an Ivy League graduate-turned-Major Leaguer-turned CIA spy sounds like the plot to a movie…it’s because it is. Back in February , shooting started on “The Catcher Was a Spy” with Paul Rudd in the lead role and on Friday, it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

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Cooperstown: Larry Walker

LARRY WALKER Eighth Year on Ballot (21.9% last year) PLAYING CAREER:  Montreal Expos (1989–1994), Colorado Rockies (1995–2004) and St. Louis Cardinals (2004–2005) ACHIEVEMENTS:   Career batting average of .313 with 2160 hits, 383 home runs, 1355 runs scored and 1311 RBI.  1997 National League MVP.  Led the National League in batting three times (1998, 1999 and 2001).  Hit better than .300 nine times and drove in 110 runs or more five times.  Twice stole more than 30 bases and hit more than 30 home runs in a season.  Walker’s 409 total bases in 1997 were the most by a National Leaguer since Stan Musial’s 1948 season…the mark was bettered by Barry Bonds in 2001 (411).  The same year, Walker became and remains the only player to have at least 25 stolen bases and a slugging percentage of more than .700 in a season.  Seven-time Gold Glove Award winner (1992-1993, 1997-1999 and 2001-2002).  Five-time All-Star selection (1992, 1997-1999 and 2001). WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ON TWITTER: Scott Rolen and Larry Walker will NEVER get elected to the Hall of Fame.

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The HOVG Podcast: Jay Jaffe

This week, Shawn Anderson and Lou Olsen are joined by Jay Jaffe. The Cooperstown Casebook author talks to the boys about, naturally, the upcoming Hall of Fame announcement, why he thinks Lou Whitaker might still have a chance at Cooperstown, that time he took part in the famed Klements Sausage Race during a Milwaukee Brewers game and beer.

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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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Cooperstown 2018: Gary Sheffield

GARY SHEFFIELD Fourth Year on Ballot (13.3% last year) PLAYING CAREER: Milwaukee Brewers (1988–1991), San Diego Padres (1992–1993), Florida Marlins (1993–1998), Los Angeles Dodgers (1998–2001), Atlanta Braves (2002–2003), New York Yankees (2004–2006), Detroit Tigers (2007–2008) and New York Mets (2009). ACHIEVEMENTS: .292 career batting average with 2689 hits, 509 home runs (26 th all-time) and 1676 RBI. First player to hit at least 25 home runs for six different teams.

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Cooperstown 2018: Carlos Lee

Carlos Lee First Year on Ballot PLAYING CAREER: Chicago White Sox (1999–2004), Milwaukee Brewers (2005–2006), Texas Rangers (2006), Houston Astros (2007–2012) and Miami Marlins (2012) ACHIEVEMENTS: .285 career average with 2273 hits, 469 doubles, 358 home runs and 1363 RBI in 14 seasons. 17 career grand slams ranks him seventh in Major League history (tied with Jimmie Foxx and Ted Williams). Three-time All-Star (2005–2007).

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The HOVG Podcast: Out of the Park Baseball

This week, Shawn Anderson and Lou Olsen are joined by Rich Grisham, TJ Lauerman and Kris Jardine. The creative minds from Out of the Park Baseball talk to the boys about the history of their award-winning game, the recently completed Hall of Very Good Celebrity Tournament, reveal what’s next for OOTP 19 and explore Lou’s deep, personal hatred of a certain former Major Leaguer.

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