The Hit List

The Hit List is a compilation of analysis from writers that have been selected by Peter Gammons.

Peter Gammons: The Gurriel Brothers are upon us

In Houston camp, the older brother Yulieski Gurriel, star of the 2006 World Baseball Classic, is playing first base and veteran players have told people that despite his average 130 at-bat finish to the 2016 season–.292 OBP, .345 slug—that he is so good a hitter as the rust wears off that he could hit anywhere […]

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‘A Boy From Cali’ by Cory Hahn

Videos: Peter on the fundamentals and pitchers’ health in spring training

Peter joins hot stove to talk about how the Giants are focusing on fundamentals in Spring Training, and how managers are keeping tabs on starters’ health…

Daniel Bard touching 96 MPH in Jupiter

Daniel Bard’s new delivery with 96 mph gas as he preps for spring training in Cardinals system…

Video: Peter from Yankees camp in Tampa

Peter Gammons joins Hot Stove on MLB Network to talk about the expectations surrounding the Yankees for 2017 and the latest news around the Tigers’ camp…

Videos: Peter Gammons from Tigers and Pirates Spring Training

Peter is down in Florida covering Spring Training story-lines for MLB Network…. Hot Stove from Tigers camp… Hot Stove from Pirates camp… High Heat from Pirates camp…

Jamey Newberg: Saint Lewis.

For many of us, it remains the greatest game in Rangers history, and its signature moment was the 1-2 breaking ball that froze A-Rod, sending him back to the visitors’ dugout and sending his Yankees home for the winter and sending 24 men sprinting toward Neftali’s mound and sending a franchise to its first World Series. […]

Video: Peter on Valentine’s Day, Chase Utley, Red Sox and more

Peter Gammons joins Harold and Matt on Hot Stove from Red Sox camp to talk about Valentine’s Day, Chase Utley and more…

Video: Peter joins Hot Stove from Fort Myers

Peter Gammons joins Hot Stove on MLB Network to break down the latest news and updates surrounding the Red Sox heading into Spring Training…

Newberg: All due respect.

Because sometimes it takes a little nostalgia to get through an off-season, even in its waning moments, today I ask you to gather around as we celebrate an iconic baseball card. The 1978 Topps Mickey Klutts rookie card. The card featured an eventual 13 All-Star appearances, 60 big league seasons, one toothpick-toting sparkplug, and a Hall of […]