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.
How many players will be negatively affected by a change in voting rules?
Running through the notable quotes from the week that was.
Joe Garagiola will be honored in Cooperstown this weekend. Daron recounts some of Garagiola’s best stories.
Scouting the deliveries of pitchers from the dawn of the television era and earlier.
A look at the mechanics of Catfish Hunter, Hoyt Wilhelm, Don Drysdale, Juan Marichal, and Bob Gibson.
The guys return from a winter hiatus to talk Hall of Fame pitchers, Masahiro Tanaka, and the upcoming Starting Pitcher Guide that they are currently hard at work on.
A humble proposal of a more equitable and efficient voting process for induction into the Hall of Fame.
A look at the mechanics of Steve Carlton, Tom Seaver, Jim Palmer, and other immortals.
Statistical takeaways from Wednesday’s vote.
Ben and Sam talk to Jay Jaffe about the 2014 Hall of Fame voting results, election-season mud-slinging, the 2015 ballot, and more.
Would we have another Hall of Famer if the BBWAA had made all of its ballots public?