Cooperstown to receive three new inductees

On Wednesday night, Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez received the call letting them know they would be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, class of 2017. A player gets 10 years of eligibility on the ballot before being removed and needs at least 75 percent of the votes to get inducted. Bagwell received 86.2 percent of the… Read More

Harper makes history, Nats get swept by the Cubs

Bryce Harper made history over the weekend, unfortunately it did not help his team’s cause. Washington was swept in a four-game series against the Chicago Cubs, a matchup of two National League powerhouses. On Sunday, in a 4-3 loss in 13 innings, Harper reached base seven times without an official at-bat, setting the MLB record. He was walked six times… Read More

Assessing Barry Bonds’ comments on Bryce Harper

Bryce Harper is going to be the focal point of a lot of baseball conversations for years to come. Recently, he has been very outspoken about how “tired” baseball is these days and he wants to see a change. Now it’s time for someone else to comment on Harper. That someone is the home run king, Barry Bonds. Bonds, who… Read More
King's Court 

King’s Court – Hall of Fame Thoughts

When boys are young and fall in love with the game of baseball, there are three things they dream of accomplishing. Those dreams are make it to the big leagues, win a World Series, and eventually land themselves a spot in Cooperstown, New York, home of the baseball Hall of Fame. Baseball just announced its three inductees for the class… Read More