Tag "National Baseball Hall of Fame"

Too Much Pod Tar: Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot

Too Much Pod Tar is back with their Baseball Hall of Fame episode. Your host Alex Kielar is joined by the president of Prime Time Sports Talk Johnnie Black as they go over their thoughts on the 2022 ballot. The

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Hall of Fame Case: Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez debuts on the Hall of Fame ballot this year. The stats are there, but steroids cloud his possible induction. Does he get into Cooperstown?

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Baseball Hall of Fame: Buck O’Neil Among Six Elected By Era Committees

On Sunday evening, the results of two era committees’ ballots were announced for the Baseball Hall of Fame. It was the first meeting of both the Early Baseball Era and Golden Days Era Committees. The Early Baseball Era Committee considered candidates who made an impact on the game of baseball prior to 1950. The Golden Days Era Committee considered candidates who contributed from 1950-69.

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Top Highlights from Hall of Fame Induction in Cooperstown

After a long wait, fans, inductees, family, and everyone in between finally got to witness the 2020 members get inducted in. On the lawn outside the Clark Sports Center, one mile south of the hallowed Hall in Cooperstown, N.Y., four new members with much different paths were inducted on Wednesday.

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Angels DFA Future Hall of Famer Albert Pujols 

Nine seasons and one month into the Los Angeles Angels’ marriage with Albert Pujols, the club has filed for divorce. The Angels announced Thursday that they have designated the legendary slugger for assignment, effectively ending his ten-year relationship with the franchise.

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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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In Memoriam: Hank Aaron (1934-2021) 

When most Americans hear ‘Hank Aaron’ they immediately think of one thing first. The Home Run King. Every hardcore baseball fan recalls dignity, perseverance, respect, integrity, durability, and consistency among other words. Friday morning, Aaron’s daughter confirmed to the media that her father had passed away at the age of 86.

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In Memoriam: Don Sutton (1945-2021) 

B.J. Martin remembers the legacy of Hall of Fame pitcher and MLB legend Don Sutton, who passed away on Tuesday evening.

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Molina Milestone Opens Door to Cooperstown

Yadier Molina reached the 2,000-career hit plateau Thursday evening with a seventh-inning single to center field. Molina becomes only the 15th catcher in Major League Baseball history and sixth St. Louis Cardinals hitter to reach the career milestone.

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