by Nate Loop
Once a year, tiny Cooperstown, New York becomes the most important sports town in America. The transformation occurs when baseball's year class of historic greats is ceremoniously ... Read More »
by Jason Catania
During his playing days, freshly minted Hall of Famer Frank Thomas became known as the Big Hurt because of the damage he inflicted on the baseball... Read More »
by Mike Chiari
One year removed from an empty inductee class, the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers' Association of America tabbed three to enter the hallowed grounds in Cooperstown, N... Read More »
by Gabe Zaldivar
Frank Thomas is mediocre—at least that's what one scout seemed to think back in 1989. As Frank Thomas looks forward to possible induction into the Hall of Fame, it's fun ... Read More »
by Matthew Smith
Former Chicago White Sox first baseman Frank Thomas is a surefire Hall of Famer. Apparently, though, at least one scout had his doubts... Read More »
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