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Todd Helton
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Todd Helton Is A Hall of Famer

With the Yankees recently having played in Colorado, one of the great baseball players of the last two decades (save 2008, 2010 and 2012, but everyone has bad or injured years over the course of a career) wasn't talked about much again.  He has been underrated through the years.  Why?  Who knows?  But Todd Helton is a future Hall of Famer.  

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Robinson Cano Collects 1,500th Hit

Lou Gehrig, Mickey Mantle, Don Mattingly, Derek Jeter and now Robinson Cano.  Those are the only five Yankees to collect 1,500 hits before the age of 31.

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Ichiro Is First Ballot Material

Over 2,600 hits.  A .322 lifetime batting average.  More than 3,400 total bases.  450+ steals.  1,200+ runs scored.  Over 600 RBI and over 100 home runs for a non-power player.  Ichiro Suzuki is not a Hall of Famer.  He is a first ballot Hall of Famer.

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Father’s Day at Baseball Hall Of Fame Classic In Cooperstown

Father's Day is the time a year that truly makes being a dad the best feeling in the world.  And on Sunday, a mix of baseball and quality time with my son, Zachary, was a moment I won't soon forget. 

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104.5 TheTeam’s Broadcast Live From Cooperstown

The Noe Show and Sound-off with Sinkoff broadcast live from the Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday.

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2010 Baseball Hall of Fame Preview
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Interview with Baseball Hall of Fame’s Brad Horn [AUDIO]

Brian Sinkoff was joined on "Sound-Off with Sinkoff" Monday (6/13/11) by Brad Horn, the Senior Director of Communications for the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

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Steroid Allegations or Not – Let The Players Into Hall of Fame

It has been years in the making, but today I made a final decision on the Hall of Fame fate of suspected steroid users.

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