MLB Hall of Fame 2B Joe Morgan dies

According to multiple reports, MLB Hall of Famer Joe Morgan has passed away. Joe Morgan died Sunday at his home in Danville, Calif., his family said in a statement, from non-specified polyneuropathy https://t.co/TkmqDdsvGU — Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) October 12, 2020 Morgan, who was 77, is one of the greatest 2nd basemen to ever play the … Read more

Lou Whitaker snub proves Hall of Fame a mere formality

Today the ballot was released for MLB’s Modern Era Ballot Hall of Fame candidate list. There were 10 names on the list; nine former players and one executive. Former Detroit Tigers Alan Trammell and Jack Morris were among the names included. The Modern Era committee will then cast their votes, with a candidate having to … Read more

On This Day: Sparky Anderson becomes first MLB manager to record 600 wins in both leagues

George Lee Anderson, better known as ‘Sparky’ to many was a special kind of person. Being the type of manager who praised his players, he was surely a manager that many major league baseball players wanted to play for. Beginning his big league managerial career with the Cincinnati Reds‘ organization, Anderson was manager during the … Read more

Swami’s Top 5 worst MLB trades of all-time

[tps_header] Swami’s Top 5 Worst Trades in MLB History [/tps_header]   Sometimes trades look good on paper, only to have them blow up in the face of a General Manager. With the trade deadline approaching, it’s is time to look at the top five worst trades (or best, depending on your point of view) in … Read more