Category Archives: John Smoltz

MLB Hall of Fame Primer: History in the Making

The wait is nearly over, because later today – 2pm Eastern to be precise – the results of the BBWAA 2015 Hall of Fame election will be announced. In an interesting twist, it seems as though the often stingy Baseball … Continue reading

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My 2015 MLB Hall of Fame Ballot

I don’t have a vote for Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame. I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that you don’t have a vote either. As such, we’ll consider today’s piece nothing more than a fun … Continue reading

Posted in Alan Trammell, Barry Bonds, Baseball, Craig Biggio, Curt Schilling, Edgar Martinez, Hall of Fame, Jeff Bagwell, Jeff Kent, John Smoltz, Larry Walker, Mike Mussina, Mike Piazza, MLB, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Roger Clemens, Tim Raines | 4 Comments

Risk vs Reward: A Dozen Free Agent Pitching Options for the Twins

The Minnesota Twins came into this offseason with three major goals: 1) Sign Joe Mauer to an extension 2) Improve the infield 3) Add at least one veteran arm to the rotation General manager Bill Smith got off to a … Continue reading

Posted in AL Central, American League, Baseball, Ben Sheets, Brett Myers, Carl Pavano, Cheap Seat Chronicles, Chien-Ming Wang, Erik Bedard, Free Agency, Injuries, John Smoltz, Justin Duchscherer, Mark Mulder, Mark Prior, Minnesota Twins, MLB, Noah Lowry, Rich Harden, Rich Hill | 1 Comment