The MLB Hall of Fame Case for PED Users

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The MLB Hall of Fame Case for PED Users  There is a debate in baseball that gains traction every year around the same time. After the MLB came cracking down on PED users in the mid-2000s, the league began to see many of the most prominent accused users began to retire. When those same users […] READ MORE


Baseball Hall of Fame Results Announced

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The National Baseball Hall of Fame announced two players have been elected to the class of 2020, Larry Walker and Derek Jeter. Hall of Fame President Tim Mead delivered the results live on MLB Network. This year’s ballot also included returning controversial nominees such as Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens.  The HOF Inductees 2020  Larry […] READ MORE


A Look Back at the Roger Clemens Trade to the New York Yankees

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A Look Back at the Roger Clemens Trade to the New York Yankees Roger Clemens was arguably one of the best pitchers of his generation.  Following the 1996 season, Clemens agreed to a 4-year/$40 million deal with the Toronto Blue Jays.  Despite winning the Cy Young Award in 1997 and 1998, Clemens didn’t have much […] READ MORE


Boston Red Sox All-Time Top Five WAR Players

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There are very few baseball teams with a richer history than the Boston Red Sox. Their nine World Series championships are tied for third all-time. The team also seems primed to potentially win additional titles during the next several seasons. With the benefit of advanced statistics, let’s look at the five best pitchers and batters […] READ MORE



In Defense of the Steroid-Era

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Later on this month, a selection of some of the MLB’s best will be forever enshrined in the Hall of Fame. This selection could include mashing power hitters, dominant pitchers, or do-it-All-Stars of the 1990’s and 2000’s. But the question remains: Will the final list of newest inductees include hallmark players of the steroid-era like […] READ MORE




Walking Through the Hall: The Tough Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot

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Entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame is one of the most heralded honors in any of the major sports. Located in quiet Cooperstown, New York, the National Baseball Hall of Fame contains 314 inductees, including 217 players. Over the years, the National Baseball Writers of America have shown to be on very different pages. During the […] READ MORE


Bud Selig, John Schuerholz Elected to Hall of Fame

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Bud Selig, who oversaw the cancellation of the 1994 World Series and then chaperoned baseball into an era of significant success and prosperity, was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday. He will enter alongside John Schuerholz, the longtime executive of the Kansas City Royals and Atlanta Braves. Selig and Schuerholz were named to the hall by the […] READ MORE