His stats didn’t get any better over the last 9 years, but in his 10th and final year of eligibility, Tim Raines finds his way to the Baseball HOF.
One of the best defensive catchers of all-time, Ivan Rodriguez gets the nod from the Baseball Hall of Fame, with a little help from his offense too.
Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines, and Ivan Rodriguez talk about their recent selection to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
By Ross Forman His home was filled with way too much sports memorabilia, relics from an illustrious, Hall of Fame career from 1968-1985 that included stints with three teams: the Oakland A’s, San Diego Padres and Milwaukee Brewers. So, a …
By David Moriah Fans always speculate and debate the next class of HOFers: Who’s a shoo-in among the newly eligible, who’s on the cusp and who will finally cross the magic 75 percent line amongst the holdovers? This reporter has …
From an unwanted power-hitting first baseman to a Hall of Fame catcher, Mike Piazza reflects on the long, winding journey.
From one ballplayer to another: A proud papa remembers the Hall of Fame career of son Ken Griffey Jr.
When talking about baseball’s first few generations, Connie Mack covered all of the bases in a style all his own.
When Ty Cobb was kicking off his baseball career, he penned several letters to friend Erwin Manley, on subjects from the games he played in to his relationships. With the letters comes a previously unknown photo of Cobb as a member of the Georgia Tourists.
Frank Thomas, who played for seven teams in a 16-year career from 1951-66, still has a zest and knowledge for the game he loved. An interview with the slugger from 2015 in Cooperstown.