Buck O’Neil, a champion of Black ballplayers during a monumental, eight-decade career on and off the field, has joined Minnie Miñoso, Gil Hodges and three others in being elected to the baseball Hall of Fame
NEW YORK (AP) — Baseball moves back into the spotlight with the annual Hall of Fame announcement.
Tim Raines, in his 10th and final year of eligibility, appears likely to gain election along with Jeff Bagwell when the Baseball Writers' Association of America voting is announced later today...
NEW YORK (AP) — Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and other tainted stars of the Steroids Era appear likely to get a boost in Hall of Fame balloting, but not enough to enter Cooperstown this year.
Ken Griffey Jr. seems assured of election on the first try Wednesday, possibly with a record vote of close to 100 percent...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Legally cleared at last, Barry Bonds is unconcerned with everybody else's thoughts: He's a Hall of Famer. Hands down.
Bonds says: "I don't even justify that. There's no need. That's without saying."
There is a huge "weight lifted" off the home run king's shoulders since federal prosecutors dropped what was left of their criminal case against him last month
In a comical and ironic twist, a 1987 Donruss baseball card of notorious steroid abuser Barry Bonds has surfaced and is being auctioned off on E-bay for $100,000.
What makes this card have such perceived value? Probably because of the inscription Bonds scrawled above his John Hancock.