2021 Hall of Fame Results Announced

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The National Baseball Hall of Fame will induct no individuals that were on its 2021 ballot. This year’s group had numerous high-profile possibilities, but only so many can ultimately get in each year. The announcement came early Tuesday evening. No one elected to Hall of Fame. Schilling misses by 16 votes. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) […] READ MORE


Five Best Red Sox Offseason Acquisitions

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Top Five Red Sox Offseason Acquisitions of the 21st Century The Boston Red Sox have been the most successful franchise of the 21st century with four World Series Championships. They have been an organization that’s shown they’re not afraid to spend money in the winter and it’s shown on the field. Realistically, this list could […] READ MORE


2021 MLB Hall of Fame Inductees According to the LWOB Staff

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The MLB Hall of Fame is one of the most prestigious and exclusive clubs in American sports. On January 26th, 2021, the BBWAA will announce the newest members of the Hall. Due to the cancellation of the 2020 ceremony because of COVID-19, the 2021 class will join Derek Jeter and Larry Walker, Marvin Miller, and […] READ MORE


2021 Hall of Fame Ballot Announced

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The ballot for the Baseball Hall of Fame 2021 class was released Monday. It features 25 players, including 11 who are on the ballot for the first time. Ryan Thibodaux, @NotMrTibbs on Twitter, tweeted out the ballot. Thibodaux will continue his work tracking ballots as they become public from BBWAA voters. The men who receive […] READ MORE



18 Players Named to Hall of Fame Ballot for First Time

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The BBWAA has released its ballot for the 2020 Hall of Fame election class. The careers of 32 former players will be MLB players will be subjected to extensive analysis over the next few months while the BBWAA determines which players deserve to be remembered as the greatest to ever play. Among those 32 players […] READ MORE




Crowding the Plate Podcast Episode 26: Remembering Jose Fernandez

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Today, the Crowding the Plate Podcast starts with Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen remembering Jose Fernandez and the far too short, but extremely fun, career he gifted us. In his four short years in the bigs, Fernandez showed us what true love for baseball looked like. He may no longer be with us, but here’s […] READ MORE