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Unanimous for the Sandman – Tampa Bay Sports This Morning

Tyler Bradley and Timothy Mallard bring you Tampa Bay Sports This Morning! The Pro Baseball Hall of Fame class is out. Who made it in? The Bucs head coach Bruce Arians made some comments.

“The Sandman,” Becomes The Unanimous Hall of Fame Choice

Martinez was among the game’s steadiest hitters throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, winning two batting titles and hitting 309 homers.

NFL Hall Of Famers Have Learned Nothing In 44 Years

The Pro Football Hall of Famers’ letter asking NFL owners to give Hall of Famers money, something to the tune of $300,000 annually and health benefits is revisiting the playbook of the 1980s, issued by the same people, that led to NFL players of that era being stranded without a long term health care plan in place.

The NFL Is Back On The Playing Field

The National Football League’s actual product, a game, will be on display in Canton, Ohio with Chicago and Baltimore on the field using many players who more than likely will end up in the Alliance of American Football in 2019.

Baseball Goes “Home” This Weekend

Baseball goes back to its mythological home this weekend with the Cooperstown, New York Hall of Fame’s gala events.  The major ceremony is the induction of six former players getting a plaque sanctifying them as all-time greats along with others who will be recognized as making baseball better in some ways.

Gary Bettman Gets His Gold Watch Early

National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman is a Hall of Fame member now. It is pretty routine for sports hall of fames to put long serving commissioner into their shrines, it just seems a little unusual that the still active Bettman has been given an honor that is usually reserved for retired commissioners.

Dolphins sign veteran running back Frank Gore

Miami native Frank Gore will return to his hometown after signing a one-year contract with the Miami Dolphins on Thursday. Gore, 34 spent the...

MLB: 2017 Hall Class Takes the Stage

Five people were inducted into Cooperstown on Sunday “You know how I don’t like attention.” Jeff Bagwell’s joke to all the Astros fans that made the...

MLB Hall: Who Didn’t Make Cooperstown

A number of potentially worthy players fell short in this round of voting The Hall of Fame rules allow for up to ten players to...

Hall of Fame vote discussed by the Sunshine Boys

The Hall of Fame Class of 2017 of Bagwell, Rodriguez, and Raines are a solid trio The Major League Baseball Hall of Fame Class of...
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