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Tag Archives: MLB
The National Baseball Hall of Fame will welcome a few more members into its ranks today. With the announcement set for a few hours from now, here is my analysis of this year’s crop of candidates. The Shoo-ins With half … Continue reading
I don’t have a Hall of Fame vote. I should, but that’s another story. If I did have a Hall of Fame vote, here’s what my ballot would look like: Vladimir Guerrero. Let’s start with last year’s most egregious oversight: Guerrero is unquestionably a … Continue reading
Here’s my ballot for the 2016 MLB All-Star Game. I always try to vote objectively, only casting my ballot for the players I consider to be the most deserving at each position. This was especially hard in the National League, … Continue reading
Note: I originally wrote this note to be posted earlier, but never got around to it. By now, the HOF results have already been announced, with Griffey and Piazza being voted in. In just a few hours, the BBWAA … Continue reading
Looking back over the 2015 season, it seems odd now that so many prognosticators were high on teams that have been basically non-factors the whole year. After adding Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval to an already potent lineup, veryone thought … Continue reading
Tomorrow the National Baseball Hall of Fame will announce its newest inductees. There are several intriguing first-timers on the ballot, including Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz, and Randy Johnson. Hall voting is always something I follow closely, so I’ll be greatly … Continue reading
Today we made the drive from St. Louis to Kansas City to make our first visit to Kauffman Stadium. One member of our family was fighting an upset stomach this morning, so we got a later jump than we hoped. … Continue reading