The Baseball Reliquary: The "Other" Baseball Hall Of Fame
Author's note: This is an excerpt from CLASSIC BASEBALL: TIMELESS TALES, IMMORTAL MOMENTS, a collection of baseball articles by John Rosengren. It originally appeared in VICE Sports, August 2015.
How To Fix The Flawed Cooperstown Vote
How can we improve the process of selecting who ends up with a MLB Hall of Fame plaque?Creative Commons Attribution 2.0. At least there’s no electoral college involved. That’s the best thing about the voting for the Baseball Hall of Fame, which has more flaws than a 600-page bill from a Congressional committee.
Considering The Latest MLB Hall Of Fame Announcement
Buck O'Neil finally received his long-overdue election to the MLB Hall of Fame.Creative Commons Attribution 2.0. Six men were elected to the Hall of Fame earlier this month, which is unquestionably a good thing. The Hall is meant to honor people, after all, and it’s always sad when voters decide nobody is worth honoring.