History & Hall of Fame
Ken Boyer was a great third-baseman
Bobby Abreu and his fascinating career
First up: Russell Martin
After failing to ever clear 22% on the writer’s ballot, one of the most beloved players in baseball history finally receives rightful spot in Cooperstown
Larry Walker will be the first to wear a Rockies cap on his Hall of Fame plaque.
Modern Baseball Era Committee elects Ted Simmons and Marvin Miller to the Hall of Fame, snub Lou Whitaker
Simmons and Miller are worthy inductions, but the continued omission of Lou Whitaker is an embarrassment.
It is probably best to abolish it, but short of that, it needs a major overhaul.
In his career, he was overshadowed. Now, he’s being overlooked.
This is the last chance for Hall voters to elect him.
Two great starters of different eras, a designated hitter, and the greatest closer ever are inducted.
Pitchers throw significantly fewer innings than they used to, which might effect the JAWS standard.
A few favorites of the stathead community have a stronger case for the Hall.
A catcher, one who never wanted to be one, lands at his desired position.
Looking back on the best pitching performances in history as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Kerry Wood’s 20 strikeout game.
With a couple of future hall of fame pitchers in this series, can they top these five past World Series performances?
The results of our reader poll — and our expanded writers’ ballot — are in!
Our writers filled out (imaginary) ballots for this year’s Hall of Fame class. The results are in!
Obviously, pretty well.