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2004 Hall of Fame
Paul Molitor and Dennis Eckersley were inducted into the Hall of Fame on Sunday. (Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
Eckersley, Molitor join Hall
They were drawn from all over the map, not to a diamond in the middle of an Iowa cornfield, but across a lawn in the crucible of baseball: Cooperstown, New York. They gathered to witness the newest initiations into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum -- Paul Molitor and Dennis Eckersley. Full story >
• Molitor humble in induction speech
• Eckersley relieved after ceremony
• Paul Molitor:  350K
• Dennis Eckersley:  350K
Bauman: Emotion on display at Hall
At the end of all the numbers, the hits and the runs and the saves and the victories, and all the things that we add up to baseball greatness, there is this one other thing: Human emotion. Full story >
Chass honored
As a New York Times reporter, Murray Chass revolutionized baseball writing.  More >
Simmons honored
Lon Simmons was honored with the Ford C. Frick Award for broadcasting.  More >
Street of Dreams
It is soon after the morning sun breaks through clouds, but the Street of Dreams is buzzing.  More >

• Eckersley relieved after ceremony
• Molitor humble in induction speech
• Selig introduces Molitor, Eckersley
• Bauman: Molitor's modesty evident
• Eck, Molitor join legends on Sunday
• Bauman: Old is new at HOF
• Eckersley reflects in image, Hall
• Bauman: Cooperstown says it all
• Myth of Cooperstown endures
• Giants, A's announcer headed to Hall
• Sandberg falls short
• Mattingly must wait
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1993 WS, Game 6
Though remembered for Joe Carter's Series-winning homer, Paul Molitor was named MVP for the Blue Jays.
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1996 NLDS, Game 3
Cardinals' closer Dennis Eckersley shuts the door for his third save and series win.
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