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Buster Olney on Yankees and Hall of Fame on Armen and Levack
To most, the Yankees lineup doesn't look like much.  On Thursday, though, ESPN's Buster Olney called into Armen and Levack to explain why most of us may be wrong.
He also discussed the 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame class, looked ahead to next year's vote - and one specific Met curren…
The Day I Shared the Field With a Hall of Famer
Some of you remember. Some of you don't. Some of you care. Some of you don't. And any of that is fine.
In May I wrote about the experience I had being a bullpen catcher at the Hall of Fame Classic in Cooperstown. You can read it here...
Baseball Hall of Fame Welcomes Four New Members
UNDATED (AP) — The Baseball Hall of Fame will enshrine four former players this summer. The class of 2015 includes first year candidates and former Cy Young Award winners Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and John Smoltz. Joining the trio of ace pitchers is holdover Craig Biggio, who mis…
My Experience at the Hall of Fame Classic
My day started by talking to Jim Thome. It ended by sitting next to Hideki Matsui on a bus.
The in-point and out-points of the experience were awesome, but so was every point in between.
Those of you who read my work consistently know that I'm passionate about baseball...
Cooperstown Classic is May 24th
With the warm weather finally upon us, it finally feels like baseball season.
And that nostalgic baseball feel at that. The smell and look of the fresh cut grass, the sun on your face, the crack of the bat.
And with that – it’s time for some of you (like me) to start planning you…
Cooperstown Wasn’t The Same In 2013
I have been going to Cooperstown every year since 2002 for Hall of Fame Weekend, one year as a fan and the other 10 as a media member.  Not this year. No living members were inducted (first time since 1965) so I bagged it.  And even from afar, it had the feel of a very different weekend.
Gearing up for Harvey-Strasburg
Shea Stadium used to buzz like crazy, as did the city of New York, when a youngster named Doc Gooden took the hill throwing fire and wearing #16.  Pedro Martinez used to light up the Bronx the same way in those epic Yankees-Red Sox games when the masses wondered who his Daddy was...