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Greg Maddux Inducted Into The Hall Of Fame
Greg Maddux Inducted Into The Hall Of Fame

AIR DATE: January 9, 2014

Former Atlanta pitcher and Las Vegas native Greg Maddux was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame yesterday with more than 97 percent of the vote. Overwhelming support for the pitcher attests to his accomplishments, which include 355 wins and four Cy Young Awards. So what does this mean for Maddux? And where does he stand in the annals of basball history?


Ron Kantowski, sports columnist, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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