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A Call For The Hall

By Seth Herrold
The fall of 1994 was one of the darkest times in baseball history. The cathedrals across the nation that housed America’s pastime were silent. There was no crack of the bat, no roar of the crowd, no World Series. The baseball strike of 1994-95 was perhaps the biggest black mark on sports ever.
The 232-day work stoppage left a wake of disaster and even after play resumed

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