The National Baseball Hall of Fame announced that no player on the Hall of Fame ballot had gotten enough votes to make it in this year. This was the first time since 1996 and only the second since 1971 that this has ever happened. Peter Abraham joined Toucher & Rich to discuss why players like Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Sammy Sosa and Mike Piazza didn’t get it.
Many Boston writers did not let PED usage — admitted or rumored — affect their Hall of Fame voting.
The performance-enhancing drug cloud continues to reign over baseball, as voters for the Baseball Hall of Fame did not elect any players for induction this year.
The ballots for election into the National Baseball Hall of Fame are in and Wednesday everyone will learn what players were voted in. Sean McAdam joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich to discuss who he voted for and why he didn’t vote for others.
Felger and Massarotti discussed the release of Major League Baseball’s 2013 National Hall of Fame ballot. This year’s ballot includes players such as Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Sammy Sosa, and other players from baseball’s steroid era.
Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa are listed on the baseball Hall of Fame ballot for the first time, setting up an election sure to become a referendum on the Steroids Era.
WIth the Red Sox closing their Fenway Park portion of the schedule Wednesday night, Dan Roche tries to come up with the all-time best Red Sox line-up, rotation, and bullpen.
Peter Gammons of MLB.com joined Felger and Massarotti to discuss the future of Bobby Valentine, the Red Sox ownership group, and the struggles of the New York Yankees.
Putting it simply, the Red Sox got rid of $275 million dollars worth of troubles….and got in return, a poor hitting first baseman, a pair of sneakers and a couple of jock-straps.
Roger Clemens raved about all the fun he had pitching at age 50 and putting smiles on the faces of Sugar Land baseball fans.