Archive for the 'Hall of Fame' Category

A baseball great overcame segregation in his hometown.

With his debut book, Jay Jaffe has the Baseball Hall of Fame covered from every possible angle.

The Killer-Bs and some killer pitching make the Astros a team to take seriously.

Author Paul Dickson answers some questions on his new book about Leo Durocher.

As the game has changed, so too has the way we write about it.

Trying to pin down exactly who will be elected to the Hall of Fame this year.

Membership in this prestigious round-number club may soon reach a round number, too.

Taking a look at the results of an alternative approach to the Hall of Fame.

Sometimes the man makes the uniform, and vice versa. At other times, however, the man wears a uniform that you won’t even remember.

Sometimes the man makes the uniform, and vice versa. Sometimes, however, the man wears a uniform you won’t even remember.

Is it spring yet? No? Okay, here’s how we get you there.

A distinctive graphical look at some of baseball’s all-time greats.

If we started all over again, what a different Hall of Fame it would be.

The Hall of Fame ballot has high standards, right? Right?!?!?

It’s time to figure out how we want to treat relief pitchers.

Big Mac probably isn’t going to be voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame this year, but he should.

Modest measures for radical reform toward a better Baseball Hall of Fame.

The odds you’ll see a perfect game any given day vary much more than you think.

Did he really change the rules of the game forever?