With the sun shining in Cooperstown, New York, three men who have devoted much of their lives to baseball were honored at Doubleday Field on Saturday.
Eric Nadell, a play-by-play broadcaster for the Texas Rangers, received the Ford C. Frick Award, and the honor is given to those who demonstrate an excellence in broadcasting.
Roger Angell, a regular contributor for The New Yorker on baseball, received the J.G. Taylor Spink Award for his contributions to writing about America's Pastime.
Joe Garagiola, a former baseball player and broadcaster, received the Buck O'Neil Lifetime Achievement Award. He was given the award for his lifelong commitment to baseball, including his efforts to end the use of smokeless tobacco.
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