Ken Griffey Jr. will get inducted. Edgar Martinez will not.
What one small decision might tell us about the people who make it.
David Ortiz announces this will be his final season. His accomplishments are plentiful.
The second in a four-part series honoring this year’s inductees.
The first in a four-part series honoring this year’s inductees.
Saluting the even better players who didn’t make it to next year’s ballot.
Identifying the discrepancies between public and private ballots from yesterday’s vote.
Saluting the players who didn’t make it to next year’s ballot.
Craig Biggio is a well-deserving Hall of Famer and the first Astro to be enshrined, but it’s odd that he may not even be the best player eligible for Cooperstown on his Astros teams.
In what direction are voting totals trending for marginal candidates, and are steroids actually to blame?
Forty staff members cast their ballots.
Or: How historians will explain it if Pedro Martinez fails to get 5 percent of the vote and falls off the HOF ballot in his first year of eligibility…
Hank Aaron would be worth a billion dollars if he were playing today. What would he actually get?
A look at two long careers, through the words of BP authors.
Ben and Sam talk to Sports Illustrated’s Jay Jaffe about Hall of Fame induction weekend and the latest changes to the election process.