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But Are They MLB Hall Of Famers?

A fellow blogger (“The Billerica Blowhard” can be found here The Billerica Blowhard) brought to my attention a couple of recent ESPN articles written by Jay Jaffe in which he singles out one player from each MLB team that should be in the Baseball Hall of Fame.  4,038 more words

Alaska's Best Baseball Players

For a lot of people where we are from is a point of pride. When we meet someone who hales from the same place as us there is often a sense of comradery. 81 more words

The Lists

Phillies say phooey to '93 Series Game Six

One of the devices by which baseball’s keeping itself alive during the coronavirus shutdown is assorted networks, YouTube, and Twitter linking to classic games. Allowing that “classic” is in the eye of the beholder a little more often than in the eye of history, you were probably right if you thought at least a few such games might anger more than amuse. 2,105 more words


WISE Sports Radio spot: Jan. 23, 2020

With The WISE Guys taking Wednesday off, I didn’t do my usual baseball segment on WISE Sports Radio. But with the Baseball Hall of Fame announcing its 2020 class, we had to talk about Derek Jeter and Larry Walker being inducted (along with who might get to Cooperstown next year). 122 more words


Way Too Early Look at 2021 Baseball Hall of Fame Vote

The Possibility

Curt Schilling

Unlike the last few years, 2021 will likely be the first year since 2013 that there won’t be any first ballot Hall of Famers. 789 more words


MLB Hall of Fame 2020: Reaction and Analysis To The Voting

There are several enjoyable moments in baseball, but in my opinion, none may be greater than Hall of Fame induction day. Not only is it a distinct honor for sportswriters to vote on who should represent the sport’s history, but for the players, it’s simply a life-changing experience- it’s an objective that many hope to achieve, but few actually are able to obtain. 844 more words