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The Wizard's Hall of Fame Journey

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The Wizard's Hall of Fame Journey

The Wizard's Hall of Fame Journey

The Wizard's Hall of Fame Journey

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Ozzie Smith was the only new inductee to baseball's Hall of Fame this year. The St. Louis Cardinals shortstop, nicknamed "The Wizard" for his extraordinary defensive talent, amazed fans with his trademark back flip. Morning Edition's Bob Edwards talks with Smith about his life and career. Listen to Smith's Hall of Fame speech.

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