The final tally of the Baseball Writers Association of America's National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot will come out next Tuesday. On that list is a 'who's who' of Major League Baseball records and accomplishments. The MVP, CY Young and other awards owned by the list of ballot members could sink a ship. However, many of the names that own much of that prestigious hardware are in danger of their time on the Hall of Fame ballot expiring with induction.
One of the best hitters to play the game in the last 15 years isn't done just yet. He may have retired from the MLB, but he's not finished playing baseball. Manny Ramirez found a new home with the Kochi Fighting Dogs who are part of an independent league called the Shikoku Island League located in Japan.
"God knows I'm a Hall of Famer".-Barry Bonds
With baseball getting back to full action over the weekend, one thing made it feel even more special. The return of Barry Bonds. Bonds, is entering his first year as the Miami Marlins hitting coach, and it just looks right seeing one of the best players of all-time back in a uniform...
Alex Rodriguez passed Lou Gehrig for third on the all-time RBI list, Michael Pineda pitched into the seventh inning, and the New York Yankees beat the Kansas City Royals 4-2 on Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.
The win gives the Yanks a three-game sweep of the reigning American League Champions...
The New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez passed Yankees great Lou Gehrig on Wednesday afternoon, after hitting a a three-run homer off Kansas City Royals right-hander Chris Young in the third inning of Wednesday's game at Yankee Stadium, giving him 1,995 career RBIs...
There aren't many hitters that have come through Major League Baseball in Mariano Rivera's career that can be considered truly fearsome. Barry Bonds, however, was one of them. Despite his alleged dealings with performance enhancing drugs over the course of his career, Bonds was still one of the best hitters of all time, and the game's home run king. Whether you like him or not, his matchup with Ma
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.
Nothing more sickening to me then a so called journalist who whines and is so conceited and self righteous they make you want to hurl.
I cite Jason Stark of ESPN for my latest tirade against so called " journalists." If you have read any of my ramblings about so called "journalist" you would know that I don't respect that title much, think many are phony's, and their own belief