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Sammy Sosa reiterates that he would like to enter Cooperstown, but it is not a priority

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Sammy Sosa reiterates that he would like to enter Cooperstown, but it is not a priority

Legendary Cubs player Sammy Sosa returns to Chicago after 17 years and expresses his desire to be recognized for his contributions to MLB. Despite not being inducted into the baseball Hall of Fame, Sosa remains grateful for the love and support he receives from fans. In an exclusive interview with WGN News, Sosa stated, “The love I receive every day for what I did in my career is enough.” With his Hall of Fame chances limited, Sosa remains hopeful but is at peace with the possibility of not being immortalized in Cooperstown. Sosa, who hit 545 home runs and drove in 1,414 runs with the Cubs, is no longer eligible for direct Hall of Fame voting and must wait for the veterans committee to potentially grant him the honor. While Sosa’s past with performance-enhancing substances remains a topic of debate, his impact on the game is undeniable, making him a significant figure in baseball history.

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