The late, great Roy Halladay wasn’t always the intense presence we saw on the mound.
Baseball Hall of Fame
Hey there, sports fans! We’ve got a special little quiz for you—can you place these faces to the athlete they belong to? No sport is safe; good luck!
It started even before their call-up in ’83, and a friendship remained until Darren Daulton passed on. We sat down with his former teammate, Don Carman.
Sunday, Adrián Beltré became the 31st player in MLB history to notch 3,000 hits. But his presence on the diamond extends so much further than his numbers.
Saturday night, Albert Pujols added to his Hall of Fame resume by notching his 600th career home run. What’s next? Before that, let’s just recognize this.
The results are in and the Tampa Bay Rays are winning the 2017 World Series. But how else did the rest of our simulation shake out?
Countless cases could be made for those not included in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Charles Ebbets not being in is shameful at best, unforgivable at worst.
“The Dandy Dominican,” Juan Marichal, had a heckuva baseball career. What would he accomplish in his rookie season? And, what went down in 1965?
Ever wonder what would happen in a matchup between pre-1960 AL stars and post-1960 NL stars? Well, here you go, with a focus on Willie McCovey.
The entirety of Luke Appling’s 20-year career was spent with the White Sox. And in 1982, at 75 years old, Appling slugged a HR at the Old Timer’s Game.
Goose Goslin, Carl Yastrzemski, Ty Cobb… Not only are each of them Hall of Famers, but each grew up with plenty of experience on their family’s farm.
How did Cooperstown get its name? Well it all began in 1786…
Ever the journeyman, Lou Piniella did plenty between his playing and managing days to warrant having his own plaque in Cooperstown.
The 1974 Baseball Hall of Fame class was loaded, with Yankee legends Mickey Mantle and Whitey Ford headlining. But the party didn’t end there.