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MLB To Introduce "Interview Caps." You Know, For Interviews.
deadspin.com Updated Jan 9, 2013
How funny! I was just saying to myself the other day, "MLB needs more caps. Sure, they've got home caps, road caps, alternate caps, throwback caps, second alternate caps, batting practice caps, road batting practice caps, fashion caps, and playoff …Upvote Share Tweet
MLB.com Updated Jan 9, 2013Braves pitchers Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine will highlight the list of players who will be added to the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time next year. Their former manager Bobby Cox and former general manager John Schuerholz could both gain election …Upvote Share TweetMLB.com Updated Jan 9, 2013First baseman Adam LaRoche made it clear throughout the offseason that he wanted to return to the Nationals, and it happened Tuesday, when he signed a two-year, $24 million deal with a mutual option for a third season.Upvote Share Tweet
Who's No. 1? Tom Seavernytimes.com Updated Jan 9, 2013The Mets' lone player in the Baseball Hall of Fame, Tom Seaver, was was elected in 1992 with the highest vote percentage ever, 98.8, which is higher than Babe Ruth, higher than Joe DiMaggio, higher than Mickey Mantle.Upvote Share Tweet
Top MLB Players 25 And UnderJan 9Keith Law breaks down his list of the top MLB players age 25 and under.
No Players Elected To Hall Of FameJan 9Tim Kurkjian, Buster Olney, Howard Bryant and Pedro Gomez react to the news that Baseball Hall of Fame voters didn't elect any candidates for induction into the Hall.
Don Banks: No shortage of storylines surrounding NFL's elite eightJan 9The best weekend of the NFL season is just ahead, with the league's elite eight colliding in a burst of divisional-round playoff football. Here are eight of the best storylines that provide a backdrop for the action to come:
Sports Guy Time Machine: Baseball HOF RevisitedJan 9Here's a column I wrote about the Baseball Hall of Fame in January 2007 for ESPN The Magazine, back when I still cared who made it. Six years later, I...