Until now, the latter day New York Yankees dynasty hadn’t a single Hall of Famer*. (¡Que horror!) Now they have two and a third on the way.
Perhaps no one in baseball history had a Hall of Fame career sneak up on us like Adrian Beltre.
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Prince Fielder is the best first baseman in Milwaukee Brewers history. I say that with all apologies to the beloved Cecil Cooper and George Scott‘s sideburns.
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Joe Mauer, Kirby Puckett and the role of memory in ascribing value
Hall of Fame voting season is silly season.