Baseball Hall Of Fame
It should come as no surprise, but Pedro Martinez will be enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in a Boston Red Sox hat.
It has been a busy couple of days for the newest members of the Baseball Hall of Fame, with endless interviews, press junkets and other commitments to tend to. But at least they got to have a little fun on Wednesday night.
I vote for the players whom I believe to have been the very best at what they do. I really don’t have to explain myself to you or anyone else.
Pedro Martinez chats with WBZ-TV’s Steve Burton about getting his call to the Hall of Fame, and how he wishes Roger Clemens was joining him.
Pedro Martinez is officially heading to the Hall.
This is not a Hall of Fame debate, because it is impossible to debate facts. And the fact is this: Anyone who left Pedro Martinez off this year’s Hall of Fame ballot is a complete bozo.
There no doubt in Pedro Martinez’s mind which hat he wants to wear into Cooperstown: A Boston Red Sox cap.
With Dan Roche filling in for Rich on Tuesday morning, the world caught a glimpse of just how deep Rochie’s love for baseball runs.
Roger Clemens doesn’t worry about whether he will eventually gain election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Tom Glavine won 305 games and two Cy Young Awards, and posted five seasons with 20 or more victories.