Some might scoff at the idea so soon, but Christian Yelich isn’t just the straw that stirs the Milwaukee Brewers’ drink: he’s already compiling a Hall of Fame resume. A lot can happen between here and eternity, but it’s not …
Until now, the latter day New York Yankees dynasty hadn’t a single Hall of Famer*. (¡Que horror!) Now they have two and a third on the way.
Harold Baines. Really? Really.
Perhaps no one in baseball history had a Hall of Fame career sneak up on us like Adrian Beltre.
Prince Fielder is the best first baseman in Milwaukee Brewers history. I say that with all apologies to the beloved Cecil Cooper and George Scott‘s sideburns.
Joe Mauer, Kirby Puckett and the role of memory in ascribing value Think quickly: Who has the stronger body of work over his career–Joe Mauer or Kirby Puckett?
A glacial baseball winter picked up the pace yesterday, but we have some final thoughts on what was not that long ago Baseball’s biggest (and only) story in 2018 to-date: the Hall of Fame ballot.
Hall of Fame voting season is silly season.