Welcome back to Cooperstown, Mo! #hofwknd 📸: Milo Stewart Jr.
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Four more days until Mike Mussina is inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame @yankees @orioles #hofwknd
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Soon, some of the best baseball players in history will return to Cooperstown to welcome the Class of 2019. What’s your favorite #hofwknd memory? Photo: Milo Stewart Jr.
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Five days from now Edgar Martinez will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame @mariners #edgarhof#hofwknd
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To the great @cardinals number 45, Bob Gibson: Your Hall of Fame family is with you, sending strength from Cooperstown as you face this challenge. (National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum)
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Tim Raines had many heroic moments throughout his Hall of Fame career, but few brought the palpable relief of his scoreless tie-breaking triple in the 13th inning of the 1987 All-Star Game. (Ron Vesely/National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum)
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In eight days Harold Baines will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame #hofwknd
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He was surrounded by stars at the 1955 All-Star Game, but Stan Musial still managed to stand out. The @cardinals legend hit a leadoff, walk-off home run in the bottom of the 12th inning. (National Baseball hall of Fame and Museum)
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It’s not often we can say that a hitter was perfect, but #otd in 1972 Billy Williams was. The @cubs star went 8-for-8 in a Wrigley Field doubleheader.
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After striking out the side in the fifth inning of yesterday’s All-Star Game, @shane_bieber’s hat is now Cooperstown-bound. He’s the third player in history to win the MVP Award at his home park, and the second @indians player. Photo: Alex Trautwig/MLB Photos
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Happy 65th birthday to #hofer and #expos and @cubs legend Andre Dawson! “The Hawk” was just the second player in @mlb history to total 400 home runs and 300 stolen bases. Photo: Rich Pilling
In anticipation of today’s @mlb #allstargame we took a look through our archives to see all the history made in past years. This year’s #asg probably won’t be quite as ~groovy~ as the 1978 team, though. Slide 2: Lou Gehrig used this @sluggernation bat to homer off of fellow Dizzy Dean during the 1937 Slide 3: Jackie Robinson was awarded this silver tray following his appearance in the 1954 All-Star Game. Five years earlier, in 1949, Robinson, Roy Campanella, Larry Doby and Don Newcombe made history as the first African American All-Stars. Slide 4: 95 ...