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You know you're getting old when one of the great baseball players of your childhood who was nicknamed "The Kid" goes into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and another you have long thought deserved a plaque at Cooperstown despite his affiliation with the Mets also gets his honor.

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I suppose if someone tried hard enough they could come up with a list of things in life which are better than fishing, but I don’t imagine it would be too terribly long.

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It is that time again. No, believe it or not, this is not the obligatory graduation column nearly every journalist feels compelled to write at least once in his or her career.

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After a small band of carolers began to sing “Silent Night,” the first words of the song rose upward to Gabriel’s ears.

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Most people in this state have spent the last year since Alabama’s 55-44 victory in an oddly defenseless 2014 Iron Bowl looking forward to the next one.

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It’s usually around this time in the year that family traditions really become important, at least for me.

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Another class has been enshrined into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. This one still does not include Pete Rose, but it does include four new members with with which I am familiar.

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Horse racing recently got a breath of fresh air when American Pharoah, the bay colt who put an end to the Triple Crown drought when he won the Belmont Stakes.

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To the graduating student-athlete,

In the next few days, you will most likely hear certain phrases everybody throws around at this time every year if you haven’t heard them already.

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The last week was not exactly a great one for a lot of people in the sports world.

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For those of you who may not know, there is a cardinal rule among sportswriters.

It is more like a commandment, if you will.

Thou shalt not cheer in the press box.