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Kaegel will receive the Spink award along with the late Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe during a double ceremony on July 24. Cafardo was the 2020 Spink winner, and the 2020 inductions were postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.Seattle Mariners Face Coverings

Doolittle: This is personal and speaks to the fact that I'm a walking bag of personality disorders. You've heard the term "fanboy," right? Whatever the opposite of that term is, that's me. If I encounter someone whom I don't know but hold in high esteem, I cannot bring myself to acknowledge that person, no matter what he or she has meant to me as a person, a writer, a baseball journalist, whatever. I have never once in my life asked a person for an autograph. I'm not proud of this.Los Angeles Angels Face Coverings

Schoenfield: The four-team trade in 1977 involving the Rangers, Pirates, Mets and Braves, involving 11 players. Hall of Famer Bert Blyleven was the best player, going from the Rangers to the Pirates. The Rangers acquired outfielder Al Oliver, a three-time All-Star at the time, from the Pirates, and Jon Matlack, one of the best lefties in the game, from the Mets. The Braves acquired prospects from the Rangers and sent first baseman Willie Montanez, an All-Star in 1977, to the Mets. The big winner? Pittsburgh, as Blyleven would help the Pirates win the 1979 World Series. We definitely need more four-team trades! (Make it happen, Jerry Dipoto.)

Commissioner Rob Manfred, in announcing last week that MLB will give the Negro Leagues and its players MLB status, cited the work of several researchers including Ashwill, Scott Simkus, Mike Lynch and Kevin Johnson, who spearheaded the Seamheads Negro Leagues database. He pointed to the 2006 study by the Hall of Fame (the Negro League Researchers and Authors Group) and gave a special mention to Larry Lester, a long-time researcher on the Negro Leagues.

After winning what would become a career high-tying 12 games for Texas in 2005, Young was part of a six-player trade with San Diego. He spent five seasons with the Padres, his longest stint with one team, and was an All-Star in 2007.

Rogers: The speaker of the quote is easy; picking just one from Scott Boras is another story. There are many, but how about this one, regarding the Yankees being slow to make moves one offseason: "When the nurse comes into your room with a thermometer, the issue isn't the temperature of the patient that day. It's their health when they're ready to leave the hospital. And they're not ready to leave the hospital."Houston Astros Face Coverings

“It was (and is) incredibly difficult, which is why it has been decades in the making,” said Ashville, describing the process of putting together the Negro Leagues statistical history. “There were no Black equivalents of The Sporting News or the annual Reach or Spalding Guides. The best sources are the Black weekly newspapers, but as weeklies the space they could give to sports was limited (usually two or possibly three pages a week). It’s possible to find box scores in mainstream daily papers, but they can be quite inconsistent. Also, a lot of Negro league baseball was played in smaller towns and cities across the country, and it can be difficult to track a team through a barnstorming trip and chase down all the newspaper stories and box scores.”

The chase has not ended, but certainly it has reached a climax with recognition from MLB. Asked how that felt, Ashville said, “It is by turns surreal, exciting, and daunting. In personal terms it is quite strange to have what has been a private obsession (albeit one shared with a community of researchers, players’ family members, and so forth) become so public so quickly. . .More importantly than any of that, I am just glad to have played a small part in helping these players and teams gain the recognition they earned many times over and so clearly deserve.”Colorado Rockies Face Coverings
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