Roger Clemens Discusses Hall Of Fame On Sports Final: 'I Could Care Less'-Roger Clemens says that during his 24-year career in Major League Baseball, he was never focused on getting into the Hall of Fame.
Craig Kimbrel On Path To Cooperstown With Current Career PaceCraig Kimbrel: Hall of Famer? At the rate he's going, it'd be hard to keep him out.
Pete Frates To Be Honored In Baseball Hall Of FameFormer Boston College baseball player and inspiration for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Pete Frates received a special honor at Fenway Park.
Massarotti: Baseball Hall Of Fame Voting Trends Show Signs That Standards Are Getting LaxAdd it all up and what you get is this: more than half the voters believed there were 10 truly worthy candidates on this year’s ballot. Ten. And that is, in a word, ridiculous.
Raines, Bagwell, Rodriguez Elected To Baseball Hall Of Fame While Schilling, Ramirez Fall ShortSeveral former Red Sox failed to make the cut, but three players will be a part in this summer's Baseball Hall of Fame class.
Curt Schilling Likely Won't Get Jon Heyman's Hall Of Fame VoteJon Heyman has voted for Curt Schilling in the past, but that likely won't be the case this time around.
Shaughnessy On Zo & Bertrand: Who Will Get Call To Hall Of Fame In 2017?Will there be any first-ballot Hall of Famers in 2017? And who will get enough votes to be enshrined? Dan Shaughnessy breaks it all down with Zolak & Betrand.
Manny Ramirez On 2017 Hall Of Fame BallotFormer Red Sox slugger and two-time World Series champion Manny Ramirez is among the 19 new candidates on the 2017 Hall of Fame ballot.
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Massarotti: Simply No Excuse For Leaving Ken Griffey Jr. Off Any Hall Of Fame BallotsLike you, I’ve been waiting. I’ve been waiting to find out which three voters failed to place Ken Griffey Jr. among a maximum of 10 names on this year’s Hall of Fame ballot. And perhaps more importantly, I’ve been waiting to find out why.
Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Piazza Voted To Baseball Hall Of FameNot that there was any doubt, but Ken Griffey Jr. is officially a Hall of Famer.
Baseball Hall Of Fame Voting: An Interview With Tony Massarotti On The Faults Of The SystemTony Massarotti, who's been casting a Hall of Fame ballot for more than a decade, discussed the voting system and some of its faults.