The Nine Players I Voted for on my 2018 Hall of Fame Ballot

The doors of Cooperstown are swinging open wider than ever, despite the constant whining about the system. Voting results announced Wednesday could see as many as five players voted into the Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association, tying the record from in the inaugural class of 1936. Even three inductees will make for […]

Giants Sign Outfielder Austin Jackson

The Giants filled out their 2018 outfield by adding the eight-year veteran. The Giants have filled their biggest remaining void by signing Austin Jackson to play centerfield. The eight-year veteran reportedly inked a two-year, $6 million deal, as first reported by Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, with incentives potentially adding another $2.5 million to the […]

Remembering Moose Stubing, Beloved Baseball Coach and Basketball Ref

The 1989 Elias Baseball Analyst nicknamed him “Double Zero,” but fans of baseball and basketball knew the big, amiable lug by a more affectionate sobriquet: “Moose,” with no shortage of o’s when he was introduced to the crowd. His time at the major league level was fleeting; as Elias discovered, he’s the only man ever […]

Autopsy Shows Roy Halladay Died From Blunt Force Trauma, Drowning

Former Major League pitcher Roy Halladay died from blunt force trauma with drowning as a contributing factor. Former Major League pitcher Roy Halladay died from blunt force trauma with drowning as a contributing factor, according to an autopsy as reported by the Tampa Bay Times. Halladay died after his plane crashed off Florida’s Gulf Coast in Pasco County in […]

The Free Agent Market Is Slow Partially Because It’s Extremely Flawed

January is past its midpoint, and there’s been no thaw in the free agent market. Just five of the top 20 free agents on The Reiter 50 have signed, namely Wade Davis (No. 6), Carlos Santana (No. 9), Jay Bruce (No. 11), Zack Cozart (No. 13) and Brandon Morrow (No. 18), with Bruce joining the […]

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