Yogi Berra and Don Larsen celebrated the one-and-only perfect game in World Series history.
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Bunch of first-timers on the Hall of Fame ballot. Only a couple deserve to be selected in our humble estimation.Read more
We got six of the holdovers from last year’s Hall of Fame ballot that should be enshrined in 2020.Read more
Two guys have named in baseball’s scandal of the last half century? How, exactly do they deserve to be recognized alongside those who didn’t cheat?Read more
The Giants have let two of their best players go. How many are left and what will popcorn cost now that the team is going down the tubes toward a rebuild?Read more
Gerrit Cole is getting $36 million a year from the Yankees, which probably makes them the favorites to win the World Series. But one man a team does not make.Read more
Bobby Abreu was a feared opponent during his years with the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets. But his name hasn’t come up much during hall of fame discussions I’ve seen. Everyone seems to be focused on Jeter’s wholesome virtue and whether the other end of that scale, the Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens of the world will get inRead more
He was out of consideration after just one year by the baseball writers but a new committee formed by the Baseball Hall of Fame has said Ted Simmons should have gotten a closer look more than a quarter century ago.Read more
Steve Garvey is still the man in Los Angeles long after the Dodgers made a huge error by not re-signing him in 1982.Read more
Flying Gloves, Ejecting Managers, Losing Home Teams…What Could Possibly Happen Next To Finish Off This World Series?
Editors note: Due to a software issue involving multiple platforms, a jumbled mess of notes was substituted for what was a delightful recap of some portion of the 2019 World Series. We apologize for the error.Read more