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Major League Baseball Players From Lafayette, La.

Most people know that Ron Guidry is a Lafayette, La. native, that went on the play in Major League Baseball. "Louisiana Lightning", who went to high school at Northside, and college at then USL, began a 14-year career with the New York Yankees, at the age of 25, and went on to win 170 career games.

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Ivan ‘Pudge’ Rodriguez Retires in Texas — Watch His Best Moments [VIDEOS]

Fourteen-time All-Star catcher Ivan ‘Pudge’ Rodriguez, who won a record 13 Gold Gloves, retired on Monday at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Rodriguez, 40, spent 13 of his 21 years in the big leagues with the Rangers, whom he debuted with as a rookie in 1991. He also won a World Series ring in 2003 with the Florida Marlins.

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Andy Pettitte and 10 Other Baseball Players Who Unretired

Baseball fans were surprised on Friday by the announcement that former New York Yankees’ pitcher Andy Pettitte, who retired last year, would be returning to the team on a one-year contract, even though he’s coming up on his 40th birthday in the spring. However, Pettitte isn’t the first player who left the game only to return.

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After 32 Years, Ron Santo Finally Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

Former Chicago Cubs third baseman Ron Santo has been elected posthumously to the Baseball Hall of Fame, garnering 93.8 percent of the vote from the Golden Era committee. In his 32nd year of eligibility, Santo has finally reached baseball’s highest honor.

Santo has long been a fan favorite, and his death last year from complications due to bladder cancer and pneumonia might have earned him the additional votes he required for induction.

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