This year’s election results didn’t bring us any closer to having an inductee for every team. When will the Hall of Fame complete the set?
Ben and Sam try to figure out whether the sabermetric movement has helped keep Jack Morris out of the Hall of Fame or given him a better chance to get in.
What do Dale Murphy’s and Jack Morris’ vote totals in their final and penultimate years on the BBWAA ballot, respectively, say about their odds of induction?
What the voting results tell us about the 10-player limit, the electorate’s feelings about PED use, and the public/private-ballot split.
Writers didn’t want to induct anybody into the Hall of Fame this year, a decision with no small consequences.
You already know the answer to this.
Ben and Sam discuss the Hall of Fame voting and what their own ballots would look like.
AChange.org petition to ask the Hall of Fame Board of Directors to change their voting process
Want to set a Hall of Fame voter straight? Here’s how to do it.
Jason goes looking for Hall of Famers and finds none.
Numbers play a big part in determining who’s a Hall of Famer, but timing, contemporaries, and other historical accidents also make their impact felt.
Keeping the best players in recent history out of the Hall won’t help baseball transcend the so-called Steroid Era.
The Hall of Fame welcomed three new (but long-deceased) members yesterday. Might the 2013 Cooperstown ceremony lack a living inductee?
Somebody’s got to make a case for the 11th-best position player in Padres history.
Why Marvin Miller wanted no part of an invitation to Cooperstown.
In 2012, Chipper Jones received an assortment of strange gifts from each opponent he played on his last trip around the league. In 2031, he will finally figure out what to do with them.