1. Turning a Corner: The Future of Corner Outfielders for The Hall of Fame

    The corner outfield has traditionally been filled with stars. In addition, the baseball writers seem to have a fascination with the positions. More Hall of Famers have come from these two positions than any other offensive (non-pitcher) position...

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  2. Put Them in, Coach: Current MLB Center Fielders Vie for Hall of Fame

    History is littered with great center fielders, almost none of which have made the Hall of Fame. Only seven center fielders have made it to Cooperstown via the traditional method (election by the Baseball Writers’ Association)...

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  3. Hall of Fame's Future First Basemen?

    I have always figured there were a lot of first basemen in the Hall of Fame. I assumed that, since they are usually the best hitters, they would look more impressive to voters. Not so...

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  4. Catchers for Cooperstown: Who Will Make It in?

    Catching is an awkward position. Besides the obvious, I mean. It is hard to judge catchers as potential Hall of Famers. Rarely do they reach the milestones that often distinguish baseball elite, mostly due to the difficulty and wear of their position...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about almost 4 years ago 1,564 reads 10 comments

  5. Reports of Cliff Lee's Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated

    With Cliff Lee’s struggles last night against the Orioles, some have declared that Lee cannot continue his All-Star performance for the Rangers, citing all sorts of stats to back up their panic...

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  6. Middle Infielders Headed for the Hall?

    The middle infield is a rather odd position to consider, as far as the Hall of Fame goes. Middle infielders have, in general, been known primarily for their defensive prowess and ...

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  7. Don't Worry, MLB: I Fixed the All-Star Game Rosters

    Really, MLB? You’re going to make me take time out of my Future Hall of Fame series to fix your All-Star Rosters? You guys obviously need help this year. There’s bad, and then there’s not even trying...

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  8. Future Hot Corner Hall of Famers

    For some time, I’ve wanted to analyze the Hall of Fame; specifically, who today is going in? I’ve tried it once before, but the result never felt satisfying. But then, it hit me...

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  9. National League's Ignored All-Stars

    All-Star voting has a week until the starters are finalized. However, as usual, the fan votes are doing a rather poor job a voting for the best players. This is nothing surprising...

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  10. Galarraga's 28—Out Perfecto Shows Need for Instant Replay

    Armando Galarraga has been robbed of the 21st perfect game in baseball history. This isn’t hyperbole or melodrama. I honest to God don’t know any other way to phrase it...

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  11. A Solution for Parity in MLB

    The issue of parity has come up frequently since the end of last season. Many have argued that MLB has become unfair to certain teams, and several ideas have come of it. However, I believe that I have the perfect solution to the problem...

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  12. MLB Future Hall of Fame, Part I

    With the Hall of Fame election fast approaching, I’ve been meaning to write an article or two on the election, starting with my article before last...

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  13. A Four-Step Plan to Make the Mets Competitive

     would like to preface this by saying that I am not a Mets fan. However, I do think many of their fans are not giving the team enough credit...

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  14. MLB Hall of Fame and Four Outcast Candidates

    As a preface, this article was originally written for a debate final. It ran a little long, but I liked it as it was and didn't feel the need to cut any points...

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  15. Assessing the Playoff Races: October or Bust

    There’s just over a week left in August, and now seemed like as good a time as any to write about the playoff races. However, the division races look to be rather boring, with only one leader having a lead of less than 4...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about almost 5 years ago 65 reads 0 comments

  16. Countdown to Trade Deadline Super Analysis

    I decided it would be fun to do a trade deadline analysis. Because cramming 30 teams worth of writing into the day before the deadline (24 and a half hours from starting, to be exact). So, I figured I’d keep it to the players listed on MLB...

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  17. Two More Names From The List Of 104

    Here we go again... Remember that 2003 Steroid list Bud Selig wishes would go away? The one with 102 unreleased names on it that we still don’t know, in addition to Alex Rodriguez and ...

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  18. Bad Luck or a Jinx? The Story of One Baseball Fan

    My family got a package of Astros tickets this year: 10 games (plus we got one extra set). However, the primary problem with this is I do not particularly care for the Astros. So, most of the games we attend to see the other team...

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  19. Name That Molina!

    And now, it’s time for America’s favorite game show, Name That Molina! I can tell you’re all thrilled. Yes, since late 1998, the Amazing Molina Brothers have graced MLB with their golden ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about almost 5 years ago 1,224 reads 1 comments

  20. A Baseball Fan's Attempts to Understand Cricket

    Well, I was over in Europe for two weeks (I just got back last week), and I was pretty much without baseball coverage for that time...

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  21. The Baseball Novel Store: For All Your Summer Reading Needs

    For those of you going out of town to the beach, or flying, you’re going to need reading material. So, why not check out... The Summer Baseball Novel Store. There’s something here for everyone; look around...

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  22. The Most Lopsided MLB Trades of the Last Five Years

    I enjoy looking back at lopsided trades-they are some of my favorite stories to read. However, there are only so many of them. (trades, that is...

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  23. Baseball Teams Are Like...Mario Enemies?

    After my more serious article, I decided to take a more light-hearted approach for this article. I’ve always been enthralled by things that combine my interests. Fantasy books centered around baseball...

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  24. For Any Who Still Oppose It: Why Interleague Play Still Matters

    I’ve seen a few complaints about interleague play, and I can’t for the life of me understand it. Many fans seem to enjoy the added dimension of play, but there are still those few doubters...

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  25. The Amalgam League: What Happens When We Mix and Match Teams

    So, in Joe Posnanski’s blog post Tuesday, he mentioned that the Royals have a solid, young pitching core but horrible offense, while the Nationals have several good hitters and no pitching...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about 5 years ago 59 reads 2 comments