national baseball hall of fame

The Pride of the Albany-Colonie Yankees
One of the greatest Yankees of all-time played for the Albany-Colonie Yankees in 1994. This isn't news for many locals, especially those that take advantage of the minor league baseball in the Capital Region. Before the ValleyCats were sending waves of Astros to the big leagues, the Albany-Colo…
A Relationship that Shaped a Hall of Famer
Sometimes you meet people that change your life. When you are lucky enough to realize it and keep that person in your life, well, then you have something special. About a month ago, I read an article in the New York Times sports section by freelance writer Alex Coffey. The story was about basebal…
5 Cool Baseball Road Trips 4th of July Weekend
“Baseball, apple pie and Chevrolet” said the old TV commercial. Baseball is as American as it gets. It was, at one time, “America’s pastime.” I think those days have passed but it is hard to celebrate a holiday around a Playstation 5 or XBox Series X, so we …
Is Ichiro A First Ballot Hall Of Famer [POLL]
Ichiro Suzuki is the #1 Japanese pioneer in Major League Baseball history.  And yes, those 2,700-plus hits and .320 batting average and over 1,200 runs scored look pretty darn good too.  Almost 500 steals.  2001 MVP and Rookie of the Year...
Steroids And The Baseball Hall Of Fame
Mike Piazza is apparently wrapping up the final pages of a book that is due to be released within a month after next January's Baseball Hall of Fame voting results are announced. There are rumors swirling that, in this book, Piazza is going to reveal that he took performance-enhancing drugs dur…