Accumulating 3,000 hits in a career used to be an automatic ticket to the Baseball Hall of Fame, and all eligible players in the modern era sailed in on the first ballot until Rafael Palmeiro in 2011. It was easy to disregard Palmeiro, however, given his suspension do to PEDs; yet Craig Biggio, with 3,060 hits in his career, also failed to get in on his first try, taking three years...
The finalists for the 2014 Rawlings’ Gold Glove Awards were announced on Thursday afternoon, and if you’re here on the internet with me, you know how much people hate the Gold Glove Awards. Part of that is for good reason. For a long time, the Gold Glove Awards were pretty much a joke. Rafael Palmeiro […]
Go here for the Kansas City Royals version. The future has finally arrived for the Baltimore Orioles. Life isn't easy for AL East co-tenants not named the New York Yankees or Boston Red Sox, who account for eight World Series titles since 1996. But another cycle of rebuilding, some savvy moves by general manager Dan Duquette, dashes of genius by manager Buck Showalter, and of course...
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