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Results tagged with 'hall of fame'

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Packers Hall of Famer wanted to box a Bears player

Published Sept. 23, 2014

Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Cal Hubbard, who went on to become a hall of fame umpire in Major League Baseball, wanted to give boxing a shot, too. His choice of opponent, a rival from the Chicago Bears named George Trafton.

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Who is the greatest Packer of all time?

Published Aug. 19, 2014

With the recent announcement that the team is going to retire Brett Favre's number and put him into the team Hall of Fame, attention has been turned toward greatness: Who was the greatest Packer of them all? Not one of the greatest, but THE greatest. We get to the bottom of it here.

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Favre's return not a truce but a sign of historical reverence

Published Aug. 4, 2014

Brett Favre is coming back next year to get into the Hall of Fame and have his jersey retired. This whole thing is being treated like some kind of armistice but it was the Packers' deep desire for honoring their past that was the driving force.

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Getting a hall of fame right can be a challenge

Published June 18, 2014

The Milwaukee Brewers unveiled their latest attraction on Friday, the Wall of Honor, as a way for the organization to recognize players who were important to the team, but maybe weren't "all-time" greats. The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is spectacular. The Bucks don't have one. Finding the right balance in honoring the past is key, and a hard thing to navigate for teams.

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Jeter's visit to Milwaukee a special experience

Published May 14, 2014

The New York Yankees visited Miller Park over the weekend, and baseball fans from in (and around) Milwaukee were able to watch Derek Jeter play for three days. While the 20-year veteran didn't do anything "amazing" - this opportunity was something special. Seeing a future Hall of Famer always is.

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Reader blogs:

What's An Enviromedian?

Sunday May 26th, 2013 – Fox Lake, IL   Nobody appreciates quality entertainment more than an entertainer. I’m a loyal and rabid fan of anything well done, but obviously standup comedy holds a special place in my heart and always has. I loved it before I did it, and my love for...

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Monday November 29th, 2010 - Somewhere At Sea   I read today that Leslie Neilsen died at age 84. I was a big fan of his both onscreen and off, and I regret I never got a chance to meet him. All the articles I read about him said he was extremely friendly and approachable, and he even ha...

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