ESPN MLB Insider Tim Kurkjian shares his thoughts on Ken Griffey Jr. being elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and how his talent was notice…
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ESPN baseball insider Tim Kurkjian joins Mike & Mike to share his thoughts on the National Baseball Hall of Fame vote and to address how players like Garret Anderson, Jason Kendall and David Eckstein received votes on the ballot.
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Rockies manager Walt Weiss felt he was witnessing greatness when he was a teammate of outfielder Larry Walker. Now, with the new-age stats that go deeper than the prejudice against players who put up offensive numbers at Coors Field during Walker’s era, Weiss is convinced Walker is a deserving Hall of Famer.
Newly elected Hall of Fame member Ken Griffey Jr. played nine of his 22 Major League seasons in the city where he grew up — Cincinnati. The people that Griffey played with, and played for, remain grateful for the time spent watching the outfield legend play.
As a three-time All-Star and two-time World Series champ, Ken Griffey Sr. certainly has had his own moments in the Major League spotlight. But it didn’t take the former Reds standout long to learn that his world would soon be overshadowed by his son, who capped his own career on Wednesday by being elected to […]
The Pirates had two representatives on the National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, but neither Barry Bonds nor Jason Kendall were inducted to Cooperstown this year.
Former Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling fell short on Wednesday in his quest to be elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Mike Piazza was not the only Met listed on this year’s Hall of Fame ballot; he was simply the most prominent, as well as the only one to spend the majority of his career in New York. In total, five other former Mets appeared on the ballot. Of those, only second baseman Jeff Kent, outfielder […]
The Dodgers have scheduled a news conference for 1 p.m. PT on Thursday, when they are expected to announce the signing of free-agent Japanese pitcher Kenta Maeda.