Tag Archives: Baseball Hall-of-Fame

SURPRISE! Neither Hair Ban Nor Bonds Get Second Year in Miami

After the empty uniform non-manager don mattingly was hired to take over the Miami Marlins for the 2016 season, he did two things that defied not just logic, but sanity: He told his cadre of millionaire ball players, from the … Continue reading

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Teams Drooled Over Heyward While Writers Dismiss Edmonds

Jason Heyward is an oft-injured mediocre hitter, who has a reputation as a great defensive right fielder. Jim Edmonds was the single greatest defensive center fielder of his generation and an outstanding hitter who provided a rare combination of power, … Continue reading

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Corrupt NFL Is the REAL Bad Guy in Meaningless “Scandal”

First and foremost, what the hell is the big deal? Correct me if I’m wrong, but didn’t BOTH team play with the same balls in that first half? And, didn’t the poor, victimized Indianapolis Colts play a significantly better and … Continue reading

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Curt Schilling Says He Was Denied HOF Because of Politics

Curt Schilling had an erratic major league career that saw him pitch for five major league team, winning more than 20 games in three different seasons, but also compiling season records such as 2-8, 9-10, 11-12, and 8-9. He shined … Continue reading

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Baseball Hall of Fame Voting Desperately Needs Overhaul

The POWER over Baseball’s Hall of Fame is the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA). They have been in charge of determining by their vote who is admitted into the HOF since 1936, and official word from the HOF is … Continue reading

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The Travesty of Baseball’s Hall of Fame Voting

As Hall-of-Fame voters over-reacted to the effects of the steroid era, they denied admission to the hall of several worthy players, some for splits of opinion on actual merit, but others due to innuendo, rumor, and supposition as to PED … Continue reading

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Baseball’s Hall of Fame Voting

The 2013 Hall of Fame voting results were released today, and in the post-steroid era, holier-than-thou voters have cast a wide swath on a generation of great ballplayers, and refused to vote any newcomers into the Hall of Fame. Don’t … Continue reading

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