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DDT - 16:25
RIP Johnny Winter, dead at 70, cause not known at this time. Fine, pioneering guitarist who is in the Blues Hall of Fame, and deservedly so. "Rock and Roll, Hootchie Koo," Johnny.
DDT - 16:45
RIP: Tony Gwynn, dead from salivary-gland cancer at age 54. Cherish your memories of this great Hall of Famer.
bojanthebest - 23:31
Congrats to Oscar De La Hoya for getting into the Boxing Hall of Fame.
bojanthebest - 06:03
Congrats to Ronnie Milsap. Some reason I can't read the main articles.
Committee Chairman - 06:25
Saw this today....a must read IMO: http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/10261642/mlb-hall-fame-voting-steroid-era
DDT - 02:01
Baseball's newest HoFers: Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, Frank Thomas. Craig Biggio is hurting: 74.78 percent! PEDs guys still being punished; bye-bye, Rafael Palmeiro. Not a travesty like last year.
bojanthebest - 01:58
Congrats to Maddux, Glavine and Thomas for making the Hall today. Biggio should have made it also.
Spheniscus - 07:12
Torre and Cox were taken on by Rick Reilly, as well as LaRussa. I am in the camp that they should all be in, as should Bonds, Clemens, and McGwire. But the double standard is interesting.
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339. Waylon Jennings
As one of the principal figures of the Outlaw Country movement, Waylon Jennings took Country back to its Honky Tonk Roots. It was in the 70’s that Jennings produced his best work and developed a huge and devoted fan base. His music inspired a lot of Southern Rock, and is considered an icon among Alternative Country circles. Jennings is already…Add new comment