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From Springfield to Cooperstown

For several baseball greats, their careers have been defined by a 30-minute episode of "The Simpsons." Story

Updated: July 25, 2007, 3:40 PM ET
By Jim Caple | Page 2

Wade Boggs batted at least .300 15 times, won five batting titles, earned a spot on 12 All-Star teams, won a World Series, finished with a .328 career average and sailed into the Hall of Fame on the first ballot. So how do fans sometimes greet him in an airport?

"People will come up and say, 'Weren't you on "The Simpsons"?'" Boggs answered. "And I'll say, 'Yeah, among other things.'"

Ozzie Smith says the same thing happens to him. Which is understandable. After all, the Hall of Fame ...

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