Tag "Mariano Rivera"

New York Yankees All-Time 26-Man Roster

The New York Yankees are the most successful franchise of all time and have many Hall of Famers. With that being said, here is their all-time 26-man roster.

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From the Writer’s Room: Our MLB ‘Dream Teams’

Who’s your MLB “Dream Team?” Six members of our Prime Time Sports Talk staff conjured up their respective all-time squads.

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Porch: MLB Needs to Fire Rob Manfred

MLB’s commissioner since 2015, Rob Manfred has been heavily scrutinized in recent week due to his changes to the game and missteps in handling Houston’s sign-stealing scandal.

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Was the Jeter-less Ballot a Good Thing for Baseball?

Jennifer Halligan examines whether or not the Jeter-less ballot was a good thing for baseball.

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Is Craig Kimbrel the Greatest Closer of All Time?

Earlier in the offseason, Craig Kimbrel’s agent David Meter made the proclamation that his client is the greatest closer of all-time. Consequently, the asking price from his camp was somewhere in the ballpark of $100 million total over the span

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Mariano Rivera Shouldn’t be the First Unanimous Baseball Hall of Famer

One of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America’s last strongholds has finally been broken down. Mariano Rivera is a Hall of Famer, receiving 100 percent of the vote, becoming the first player to accomplish the feat. Most players elected to

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Meet the Hall of Fame Class of 2019

With less than a month before pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training for the 2019 season, all 425 members of the Baseball Writer’s Association of America have voted to determine who will be enshrined in baseball lore forever. This

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The Hall of Fame – Who Got In and Who’s Up for Next Year

The Scorecrow would like to congratulate the four players who were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame tonight. Although there is always debate on who should be in and who shouldn’t, these four have proven worthy to 75% of the voters and deserve to be celebrated. See you in July at 25 Main Street in Cooperstown gentlemen.

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HOF Case – Billy Wagner

This is the first installment of an ongoing series where we will look at the candidates for the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in 2019. Billy Wagner was a dominant closer and this will be his fourth year on the ballot. Can he garner enough support for induction?

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Craig Kimbrel and the Saves Record

Craig Kimbrel, along with Kenley Jansen and Aroldis Chapman have been dominant for years. Can they catch Mariano Rivera for the saves record?

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