Roy Halladay Takes A Bow; Was Gritty Starting Pitcher Best Of Generation?
Roy Halladay is undoubtedly the last “workhorse” that MLB will ever see. Nowadays, pitch counts and almost mandatory Tommy John surgeries have turned one of the most manly and demanding positions in baseball into one of the least important spots on [...]
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Baseball Hall of Fame: Greg Maddux Ensures There Will Be 2014 Inductee
2013 was a very sad year for the Baseball Hall of Fame. No one was elected to Cooperstown this past season, which is obviously due to the vast number of players from the steroid era on the ballot. But in [...]
Baseball Hall Of Fame 2014: Voting Will Be Harder This Year
If you thought that last year’s Baseball Hall of Fame ballot was incredibly difficult to vote on, then you have not seen anything yet. Along with Craig Biggio, Jack Morris, Jeff Bagwell, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Curt Schilling, the [...]
St. Louis Cardinals P Chris Carpenter To Retire At Season’s End
St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Chris Carpenter has missed this entire season with a nerve problem in his shoulder and a back issue that came up while rehabbing, so Sunday’s news that he plans to retire is not a big surprise. [...]
Bud Selig’s Retiring is Timely, But His Legacy Will Live On
It’s about time Bud Selig steps down from the helm of the MLB. He’s done a lot of good for the sport, but a lot of questionable things as well. As the ninth Commissioner of MLB, he will be remembered as [...]