Detroit Tigers’ future Hall of Famer Miguel Cabrera just keeps on passing Major League Baseball legends on one all-time list or another.
Ken Griffey Jr. entered the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame last season as part of the Class of 2016 and did so with the highest percentage ever among the HOF voters. Griffey was a multi-sport athlete coming out of Archbishop Moeller High School in the Cincinnati area, having also played football. The 13-time MLB … Read more
[tps_header] Happy April Fools’ Day, Nation! Wait, that doesn’t even sound right. Whatever, let’s go with it! Anyways, rather than upsetting 100% of our fan base by announcing that Calvin Johnson has decided to return to the Lions and then saying, “April Fools!”, we decided we would try to find some of the greatest … Read more
Wednesday was a big day in the baseball world, as the Baseball Writers’ Association of America announced the Hall of Fame class for 2016. The big name that led the class was 13-time All-Star outfielder Ken Griffey Jr. With all of the votes finally tallied, Griffey and former big league catcher Mike Piazza will be elected into the … Read more
On Monday, Major League Baseball announced its 2016 Hall of Fame ballot. There are 32 names in total, 15 of them being first-timers. Among the newcomers – Detroit Tigers manager Brad Ausmus. Ausmus, 46, played an 18-year big league career from 1993-2010. He spent ten of those seasons with the Houston Astros from 1997-’98 and again from 2001-’08. … Read more