Which players could have made it into Cooperstown with the bare minimum 10 years played?
We don’t have votes, but we voted anyway.
For the fifth year, Chris predicts the BBWAA Hall of Fame vote.
An argument on behalf of the former Houston first baseman.
An argument on behalf of the sabermetric darling.
Before Cooperstown’s VC meets on Dec. 4-5, Chris tries to figure out what it will do.
A who-was-who of famous and forgotten names.
Brian Matusz’s difficult 2011 season is surely a disappointment, but patience is needed, former Blue Jays can attest.
On September 17, 1941, Stan Musial made his debut for the St. Louis Cardinals, the only franchise for which he would ever play.
What players are your borderlines for who belongs in Cooperstown?
Carmageddon fizzles. Wills and The Chicken sizzle.
On July 20, 1901 Heinie Manush was born. Richard looks back at his Hall of Fame career.
A look at the sabermetric darling entering Cooperstown next weekend.
On July 4, 1859, Mickey Welch was born. He became one of just five pitchers to win 300 games before the 20th century.
On June 29, 1936, Harmon Killebrew was born. Richard looks back on his Hall of Fame career.
On June 15, 1938, Billy Williams was born. This week Richard looks back on his life and career.
So what’s a symposium? It’s more fun than you might think.
A look back at the career of Harmon Killebrew
A review of Campy: The Two Lives of Roy Campanella
Is Roberto Alomar a true, deserving member of the Hall of Fame, or is he an example of the hall’s “dumbing down?”