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Mon, 1976-02-02

On February 2, 1976, the Veterans Committee selects players Roger Connor and Fred Lindstrom and umpire Cal Hubbard as the newest class of Hall of Famers. Connor batted .323 with 138 home runs, making him one of the 19th century’s top sluggers. Lindstrom batted .311 during a 13-year career.

 

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