Who’s next? With former White Sox left fielder Tim Raines safely in the Baseball Hall of Fame after getting 86 percent of the vote Wednesday, why not look ahead? 425 more words
A year from now, Cleveland Indians’ fans will be waiting for the results of the Baseball Hall of Fame voting with great anticipation.
Jim Thome will be eligible for the first time and with over 600 home runs in his career and not even any anecdotal connection to performance enhancing drugs, he should be a strong candidate to get elected next year. 510 more words
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***Editor’s note: I e-mail the players with a set of questions, and they return their answers to me via e-mail; I prefer to leave their answers as they were written and not do any correcting. 1,238 more words
CLEVELAND– Cleveland Indians legend Jim Thome and his wife Andrea are teaming up with a nonprofit to help victims of the devastating wildfires around Gatlinburg, Tennessee. 152 more words
Former Indians great Jim Thome threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Progressive Field prior to Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday night. 37 more words