1. Bert Blyleven Enters Baseball Hall of Fame After 14-Year Wait

    Roberto Alomar and Bert Blyleven were voted in as the only two players in the 2011 National Baseball Hall of Fame class. Alomar made it in just his second year on the ballot, garnering 90 percent of the vote...

    Matt Sherman Written by Matt Sherman about over 3 years ago 587 reads 1 comments

  2. Hanley Ramirez Benching Should Be a Lesson for All of Baseball

    By now, most baseball fans have seen the highlights of Hanley Ramirez lollygagging after a ball he literally booted down the left field line in Monday night's game between the Florida Marlins and the Arizona Diamondbacks...

    Matt Sherman Written by Matt Sherman about over 4 years ago 784 reads 4 comments

  3. Rubber Bawl: Why Can't the New York Mets Win Series-Deciding Games?

    The New York Mets were defeated by the Washington Nationals at Citi Field on Wednesday afternoon by the score of 6-4, thus losing two of their last three and ending their six game home-stand at an even 3-3...

    Matt Sherman Written by Matt Sherman about over 4 years ago 398 reads 3 comments

  4. The Five Worst Baseball Managerial Strategies

    All serious baseball fans have played the role of manager in their own minds at some point or another. It's a sport that lends itself to that sort of fan participation—much more so than football, basketball, or hockey...

    Matt Sherman Written by Matt Sherman about over 4 years ago 730 reads 0 comments