Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire’s chances to enter the Hall of Fame are dwindling.
Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio were elected to baseball’s Hall of Fame on Tuesday, the first time since 1955 writers selected four players in one year.
Buster Posey and the Giants already know how to win in October – even without all this help from the St. Louis Cardinals.
Most look like they haven’t aged, some look even younger than they did when they were active players, and some are still involved for the love of the game. Here’s a look at nine athletes over 50 who are still better and more athletic than you and who could beat you in anything.
When the middle of the summer rolls around and it’s time for Major League Baseball to send its best players to the star-studded All-Star Game, one thing that always comes to mind is the annual celebration of the most exciting play in baseball; the Home Run Derby.
The Baseball Hall of Fame revealed the 2013 inductees Wednesday afternoon and while no one was a unanimous selection, three former Major League stars were selected for Cooperstown.
For only the eighth time in the history of the Baseball Hall of Fame, baseball writers failed to elect anyone into the Hall of Fame. The selection process was made more difficult this year as players from the steroid-era were on the ballot for the first time.