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Tag Archives: Barry Bonds
There were plenty of players that compare favorably to players already in the Hall of Fame this year, but they won't be joining their peers as the BBWAA has made a mockery of the Hall of Fame voting process by refusing to vote in a single player. Barry Bonds has the most homers in baseball, Roger ...
They announce the Hall of Fame winners today so I thought I would share my thoughts on the ballot and tell you whom I thought should be elected in. I did this last season and I thought eight players were worthy: Jeff Bagwell, Barry Larkin, Edgar Martinez, Fred McGriff, Mark McGwire, Tim Raines, Alan Trammell, and ...
One of the nice things about this baseball season is that the steroids subject has been a relatively unimportant issue. The system that the MLB has in place may not be stringent enough but it gets the job done. Congress finally decided that healthcare and the economy are more important than steroid use in baseball. ...
1961, the first year that the major leagues added eight games to the schedule, from 154 to 162. The Yankees had earned the title of best record in the major leagues, at 109-53. It was the third coming of the “Murderers’ Row” (Originally the 1918 Yankees of Gilhooley, Peckinpaugh, Baker, Pratt, Pipp, and Bodie; the ...