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Why Harold Baines' election to the Hall of Fame makes me re-examine how I vote

Newsday Saturday, 15 December 2018
Ultimately, for all its historical pageantry, the criteria for induction into baseball's Hall of Fame is whether or not a select group chooses to vote you in.
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