Photographers might deserve a spot at Cooperstown, but they didn’t get one.
Tag: Baseball Hall of Fame
This week’s Chicagoan: Margie Lawrence, baseball artist
This week’s Chicagoan, Margie Lawrence: “Ted Williams was a handsome man; that’s why he pops up in my art a lot.”
Merrily the Hall of Fame rolls along
The Dan Le Batard/Hall of Fame saga unspooled
Sammy Sosa, Lenny Skutnik, and the State of the Union
Sosa made it into an elite SOTU club, if not the HOF.
Baseball writers’ fierce stand against steroids doesn’t extend to their own ranks
On guarding the gates of the Hall of Fame
Once again, baseball writers cover themselves choosing Hall of Famers
Should ‘roids be allowed in the Hall of Fame? Baseball writers are putting themselves in their answers.
This is the year; this is the day
The Chicago Cubs’ Ron Santo gets inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame
Adam Dunn, all is forgiven
A trade made before the Sox slugger was born prejudiced me against him
Is this the year for Santo?
Ron Santo is up for Hall of Fame induction . . . again.
Santo: Oh no! Again!
Ron Santo gets screwed again in Hall of Fame voting.
What’s good for the Goose is less so for the Hawk
Goose Gossage gets an overdue place in the Baseball Hall of Fame, but Andre Dawson gets left behind — behind an undeserving Jim Rice.
Voting for the Hall of Fame, baseball writers again make the news they’re reporting.
Situation normal at the Baseball Hall of Fame
A baseball villain and a baseball mediocrity get elected to the Hall of Fame ahead of someone who actually changed the game for the better.
More ammo for Santo backers
Hall of Fame worthy: another expert argues that the often-spurned Ron Santo had a run as the best player in baseball.
Cal Ripken outs his inner Aryan
New Hall of Fame inductee Cal Ripken Jr. is scaring me.