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Cubbies Crib: Morning Marquee 01/06/14


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Hall of Fame San Diego Padres broadcaster and former New York Yankees infielder Jerry Coleman died on Sunday. Coleman won the Ford C. Frick Award from the Hall in 2005 and was a middle infielder for the Yankees during the 1950′s. He was also the only Major League Baseball player to serve in both World War II and the Korean War.

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Chicago Tribune: Tribune reporters’ Hall of Fame ballots (Insider)

ESPN MLB: Put them in Hall of fame together

Padres.com: Padres announcer Coleman dies at 89

Fox Sports: Rosenthal: Now’s best time for Angels to add payroll, pay luxury tax

CBS Sports: GM Walt Jocketty confirms Reds have talked to Grady Sizemore

NBC Sports: Reds could trade Homer Bailey to create payroll space

Cincinnati Enquirer: Could there be an offseason surprise from the Reds?

MLive.com: Lack of hydrants at West Michigan’s Fifth Third Ballpark hampers firefighters, leads to extensive damage

New York Times: A Backward Rule and a Baseball Hall Backlog

ESPN Boston: Long wait for shortstop Stephen Drew

ESPN MLB: Nyjer Morgan seeks return to MLB

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