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One on One Looks Back at Hall of Fame Weekend in Cooperstown

by Kris Venezia, Kenny Ducey, Nick Logerfo
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.

Neil R, Flickr

For most people history stays in the past as a distance memory, or a story handed down from generations. For a small hidden town called Cooperstown in upstate New York, history comes alive once a year for Hall of Fame weekend. Baseball greats are immortalized in this town that is as much a part of baseball as hotdogs and cracker jacks. A year removed from a Hall of Fame weekend that didn’t see a single person inducted, six baseball greats came to Cooperstown to take their rightful place in history.

Bronx Homecoming for Former Ram

by Nick Logerfo

Texas Rangers/Fordham Athletics

A lot can happen in 13 years, and that’s how long it’s been since a Ram has made it to the major leagues. On July 22, Nick Martinez will return to the Bronx where he played for the Fordham Rams for 3 years. He will step on the mound at Yankee Stadium as a Texas Ranger. 

On Deck: September 27th - Big Shoes to Fill

by Kenny Ducey

Keith Allison || Flickr

Kenny Ducey and Eric Mollo discuss everything surrounding the Yankees, from Mariano's retirement to free agency and A-Rod's appeal hearing. They also talk about the recent brawl between the Braves and Brewers, the worst K/BB ratio in 30 years, and much more!

One on One talks Winter Meetings and Nets

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Flickr / BaseballBacks

Saturday during One on One, Amit and I had the distinct opportunity to speak with Yahoo Sports National Baseball writer Jeff Passan about the Winter Meetings that took place last week. We talked about the logistics of the what goes on in the hotel complex, inquired about the outfield market, and got the latest word on the Mets and Yankees. (This was taped just before Zack Greinke signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers).