Tag "Barry Bonds"

San Francisco Giants All-Time 26-Man Roster

The New York Giants moved to San Francisco in 1958. They have eight World Series championships with their first in 1905 and their last in 2014.

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Too Much Pod Tar: Baseball Experts Hall of Fame Reaction

On Tuesday night, the voting results of the 2022 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot were announced. Carson Babbini and Johnnie Black joined Alex Kielar on the Too Much Pod Tar podcast to give live reactions. The guys started an hour

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Hall of Fame Case: David Ortiz

David Ortiz makes his debut on the Hall of Fame ballot this year, joining former rival Alex Rodriguez. The slugger started his career with the Minnesota Twins, but he is most known for the 14 years he spent with the Boston Red Sox, of course.

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Hall of Fame Case: Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds is a polarizing figure when it comes to Hall of Fame discussions. On his final ballot, will the all-time home run leader get into Cooperstown?

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A Swan Song Season? The Uncertainly of Albert Pujols

Several certainties come to mind immediately when it comes to Albert Pujols as he embarks on the 2021 season. It is potentially his final one in an Angels uniform, or any uniform, for that matter.

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130 | No 2021 Hall of Fame Inductees: Why the Voters Got It Wrong and More Reaction

Johnnie Black (@jball0202) joins the show as we discuss the Baseball Writer’s Association of America not inducting a single player for the Hall of Fame this year.

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MLB Hall of Fame Ballots from PTST Experts

The Baseball Hall of Fame will announce its 2021 class on Tuesday night at 6 p.m. EST on the MLB Network. With that in mind, a few of our baseball writers came together to give their favorite picks that should be voted into Cooperstown this year.

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Hall of Fame Case: Manny Ramirez

Does Manny Ramirez deserve a spot in the Baseball Hall of Fame? Alex Kielar breaks down his career while weighing numerous pros and cons.

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2021 Hall of Fame Case: Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds is on the Hall of Fame ballot once again. Does he belong in Cooperstown? Ben Fadden weighs the pros and cons.

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Pujols Homers Passing Mays for Fifth All-Time

Angels first baseman Albert Pujols launched a solo home run off rookie Wes Benjamin in the fifth inning of Friday evening’s series opener against the Texas Rangers at Angel Stadium Friday night.

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