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The Ultimate Cardinal: Willie McGee

In 1996, after a five-year absence, McGee came back to the Cardinals. He was 37, but he had some good baseball left in him, and he played four more seasons in Cardinal red.

McGriff Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

Former slugger Fred McGriff, who hit 493 home runs and drove in 1,550 runs in a 19-year career, has been elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame by a special committee.

What was Babe Ruth really like?

Babe Ruth left his mark on the game like no other. He was an overgrown kid, an ungovernable force who swept his way through the sporting world, dominating headlines every year after he became a Yankee until his death nearly three decades later.