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Harold Baines’s entry lowers the bar for baseball’s Hall of Fame

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Harold Baines’s entry lowers the bar for baseball’s Hall of FameClean-swinging Harold Baines was once elected to the baseball Corridor of Popularity on Sunday. (Jeff Glidden/Related Press, Document) LAS VEGAS — Harold Baines was once a positive baseball participant who performed for a long time — a appropriate fielder-turned-designated hitter who earned six all-star appearances, led the American League in slugging in 1984 and accumulated …
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News video: Two Former Orioles Are Elected to Baseball Hall Of Fame

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Longtime closer Lee Smith and smooth-swinging Harold Baines have been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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