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Initial Inductees into the Cardinals Hall of Fame


The July project for the writers of the United Cardinal Bloggers is to pick the first five inductees into the upcoming Cardinals Hall of Fame.   Well, not really, but if we were asked, these would be our top five nominees. … Continue reading

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Closing the book on the steroids era …


… means opening the doors in Cooperstown. Yes, we get it. Some players cheated. They took performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) to gain a competitive advantage in a game that is played, well …. competitively. And since the league crackdown in … Continue reading

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Why Ken Boyer should be in the Hall of Fame


Congratulations to Ron Santo of the Chicago Cubs for being elected to the Hall of Fame.   The Veterans Committee voted overwhelmingly (15 of the 16 possible votes) to induct the former Cubs third baseman in Baseball’s historic shrine next summer.  … Continue reading

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