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Gil Hodges was the manager of the 1969 Miracle Mets, after a long career playing with the Dodgers. For 12 seasons he was the best first baseman in baseball. He belongs in the Hall of Fame.

Gil Hodges Belongs in the Hall of Fame

He is deserving because of the totality of his historic baseball life playing and managing, well beyond statistics.

Tampa, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown (81) during the first quarter against the New York Giants at Raymond James Stadium

NFL Waves White Flag With Antonio Brown Suspension

Brown and his teammates' actions called for a much stronger punishment from a league that clearly chose to minimize damage instead of taking a strong stance.

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (6) shoots the ball against the Detroit Pistons in the second half at Staples Center

Four Burning Questions for the Wild, Wild West

Trades we want to see happen, Lakers’ playoff chances and who wins a seven-game series between the Suns and Warriors?

Kevin Willard is a name to watch during Maryland basketball's head coach search.

Who Will Succeed Mark Turgeon at Maryland?

Turgeon and Maryland have parted ways after 10+ seasons. Who will take over the Terrapins?

Bryan Reynolds, Jordan Morris and Caden Clark will take part in USMNT December camp

New Faces, Recovering Veterans Headline USMNT's Dec. Camp

The U.S. will close 2021 with a friendly outside the FIFA calendar, although some abroad-based players will be taking part.

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