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JANISH,PAULJANSEN,ARDLEYJANSEN,KENLEY
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1987 The BBWAA elects hurler Catfish Hunter and outfielder Billy Williams (Cubs, A's) to the Hall of Fame. The right-hander, an ace with the A's and Yankees, became one of the game's first big money free agents, and the Chicago flychaser established a National League record by playing in 1,117 consecutive games.