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Column: A puzzling Hall of Fame selection for Baines

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 11 December 2018
Column: A puzzling Hall of Fame selection for BainesColumn: Baines gets into the Hall of Fame with a little help from his friends
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News video: 'There's no finer person': White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf on Harold Baines’ Hall of Fame selection

▶ 'There's no finer person': White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf on Harold Baines’ Hall of Fame selection 00:34

White Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf discusses former outfielder Harold Baines’ selection to the Hall of Fame on Dec. 9, 2018, in Las Vegas.

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