Comments In his younger days, Rickey Henderson used to say he could play until he's Well, he's

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The run broke baseball's all-time record set by Ty Cobb in The undisputed standard for leadoff hitters, Henderson received He was rushing right along, even on this day.

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The year-old all-star is playing with the Athletics for the fourth time in his career. His last big-league game was Sept.

I always wanted to finish out in a uniform I started in. And guess what? Baseball's career leader in stolen bases and runs is set to streak into the Baseball Hall of Fame when election are announced Monday, Jan.

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Rangers game. It hasn't happened before.

Lkoking a pinch-hitter, he was plunked by Jason Christiansen in a Giants victory in Los Angeles in which Barry Bonds hit his th career homer. Yankees to surpass Lou Brock's record of stolen bases.

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I wanted to say goodbye to the fans. The umpire at the right is Drew Coble. Angels game at the Oakland Coliseum.

You never know. As far-fetched as it might have sounded, Henderson wasn't ruling out a fifth A's tour of duty, saying, "I always wanted to reappear in uniform with Oakland. Jim Palmer hendrson a comeback with the Orioles inone year after his induction, but didn't make it out of spring training.

A player who comes out of retirement after his induction wouldn't be stripped of his Hall of Fame status. Comments In his younger days, Rickey Henderson used to say he could play until he's Well, he's He raises the trophy he was presented with his Mother, Bobbie, at his right and Lou Brock at his left.

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Maybe they'll give me that day or two, to have me come back, and it wouldn't mess up anything. Henderson batted.

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There's always a time to say goodbye. He owns the modern-day season record with steals inand the career mark with 81 leadoff homers.

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His dream to return to the field hasn't gone away even though he's now a first-ballot Hall of Famer.