This Week In Baseball: 'Shoeless' Joe's Failed Reinstatement Bid, What It Means For Pete RoseThe Commissioner denied an appeal for reinstatement on the behalf of White Sox legend "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, what does that mean for Pete Rose?
Pedro Martinez Meets Artist Behind Hall Of Fame PlaqueWalking through the Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday, getting a glimpse of his likeness up on the wall with the other greats of the game, it has finally hit Pedro Martinez.
Massarotti: There's Nobody Quite Like Pedro MartinezAsk him who was his favorite athlete to cover and it's an easy answer for Tony Mazz.
Your Baseball-Centric Travel Guide To CooperstownTravel guide to Cooperstown, New York, home of the world famous National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Heyman: Rob Manfred Will 'Seriously Consider' Reinstating Pete RoseShould Pete Rose be reinstated by Major League Baseball? CBS Sports' Jon Heyman discussed the possibility on Zolak & Bertrand Tuesday afternoon.
Pedro Martinez Will Be Enshrined In Hall Of Fame With Red Sox HatIt should come as no surprise, but Pedro Martinez will be enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in a Boston Red Sox hat.
Pedro: I Wish Roger Clemens Was Getting Inducted, TooPedro 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 Headlines Baseball Hall Of Fame BallotBaseball's 2015 Hall of Fame ballot may be one of the greatest when it comes to starting pitchers.
'Without A Doubt' Pedro Wants To Wear Red Sox Hat Into CooperstownThere no doubt in Pedro Martinez's mind which hat he wants to wear into Cooperstown: A Boston Red Sox cap.
Clemens: No Regrets, No Control Over Cooperstown Roger Clemens doesn't worry about whether he will eventually gain election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Billerica's Tom Glavine Humbled By Call To Hall Of FameBillerica 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.
Felger & Mazz: It's The Hall Of Fame, Not The Hall Of Very GoodCraig 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?