Baseball Hall Of Fame
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.
Billerica native Tom Glavine was one of three players elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday, and the 300-game winner celebrated in style.
Craig Biggio just missed out on the 75% of votes required to make the Hall Of Fame, but are the baseball writers even voting for greatness anymore?
The results are in, and once again, Curt Schilling has come up short in Hall of Fame voting.
It’s been sad to watch the past month or so as the baseball writers try to figure out which players to enshrine in the Hall of Fame.
Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe revealed to Toucher & Rich Wednesday morning his ballot and why the standards for voting needs to change.
Michael Silverman of the Boston Herald thinks “there’s a very real chance” that shortstop Stephen Drew is back with the Red Sox for 2014, which means Will Middlebrooks could be dealt in a trade.