The 1968-69 La Salle men’s basketball team, which went 23-1 and reached as high as #2 in the national polls, will be one of five teams inducted into the Philadelphia Big 5 Hall of Fame on April 11, 2016 at the Palestra…
I’m one of two Hall of Famers who was born in Baltimore. The other guy is a way bigger deal, a larger than life figure who played most of his career in a stadium they supposedly built for him.
Historically, there are about 35 players active at any given time who go on to become Hall of Famers.
The county where I grew up in New York happens to be the birthplace of two of the 289 members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
This is the second in a two-part series in which I’m naming my all-lifetime team, that is the greatest players who’ve played a minimum of ten seasons between 1974 and the present.
With just a week to go until pitchers and catchers report for spring training, and discussions of the economic state of Major League Baseball and its impact on the free agent market growing rather old, it’s time to turn our hot stove focus away from the present and do a little reminiscing. To that end, […]
Welcome to the first installment of a new weekly series taking a look at the happenings of Major League Baseball’s “second season”, otherwise known as the Hot Stove League. In this first week, I’m going to ease into things by simply giving a rundown of the major stories that are sure to make this off-season […]