In Memoriam

Willie Mays, “The Say Hey Kid,” has died

When Willie Mays reported to begin his career with the New York Giants 1951, he packed lightly. When...

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Remembering Bill Freehan

The Detroit Tigers gave Bill Freehan a $100,000 bonus off the campus of the University of Michigan. That...

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Henry Aaron was ignored for too long, and he can never be replaced

Henry Aaron gave most of the memorabilia from his playing career to the Baseball Hall of Fame, but...

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Don Sutton overcame humble beginnings to become Mr. Dependable

We discuss how Whitey Herzog nearly nabbed Don Sutton for the A's, and how Sutton doctored the baseball.

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Remembering Phil Niekro

We honor the most accomplished man to ever throw a knuckleball.

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Little Joe Morgan was the heartbeat of The Big Red Machine

Hall of Famer Joe Morgan, a two-time Most Valuable Player and the greatest second baseman in history, has...

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Whitey Ford pitched the big games for the Yankees

Whitey Ford, legendary big game pitcher for the Yankees in the 1950s and 1960s, and best friend to...

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Bob Gibson’s legacy was far more than as a World Series champion

For all his accomplishments in uniform, Gibson's influence on the culture of baseball is often overlooked.

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Tom Seaver will always be the greatest Met of all-time

The New York spotlight was perfect for the kid from California: the team was woeful, expectations were low,...

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Hall of Famer Monte Irvin, oldest living World Series winner, has died

Hall of Famer Monte Irvin, a fantastic baseball player and a great all-around athlete, has passed away at...

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Remembering Ernie Harwell

I don’t have to tell the people of Michigan how wonderful Ernie Harwell was, or how important he...

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Remembering Jackie Robinson

When Robinson took the field for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947, he blazed a trail for...