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2014 HoME Election Results

After an election a year ago where we had identical ballots, there was some disagreement in 2014. Miller incorporates a small amount of credit for playoff performance into his rankings, while Eric uses October as more of a tie-breaker. 815 more words



The Giants won !  without Angel Pagan, Joe Panik, or Buster Posey.  Tell us Mr Suckfest how they did it…

They scored 5 runs in the 7th and the pitching didn’t give up a run!!  163 more words


Great Moments In Baseball History: The 2002 San Francisco Giants Almost Win It All

By Sam McPherson

The San Francisco Giants had a very bleak baseball history from the moment they arrived on the West Coast. From the 1958 season through the 1996 season, the once-glorified franchise had fallen on hard times in California, making the postseason only four times in 39 years. 805 more words


Second Thoughts on Second Basemen

We don’t want to give too much away, but we’ve been thinking a lot about second basemen lately. See, like you, we have a pretty good sense of who’s a slam-dunk (Robbie Alomar) and who’s easy to write an obit for (Chuck Knoblauch). 1,648 more words


Players Who Didn't Make my Baseball Bloggers Alliance Hall of Fame Ballot

If you’d like to see who I did vote for, click here.

Just as a reminder, the BBA used a binary ballot, meaning there was no limit to how many players you could vote for. 1,906 more words

The 2015 Hall of Fame Ballot: Hitters

The thirty-four-man Hall of Fame ballot is choked with great players. On Friday we reviewed the pitchers, today the hitters. Let’s dive right in. 2,807 more words