The Hit List

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

Jamey Newberg: Kid A.

“I did it,” he said. “It’s done.” And, fittingly, as is so regularly the case when it comes to Adrian Beltre, it was mind-blowing at the same time as it made absolutely perfect sense: He did it on Cooperstown Day. Adrian Beltre does things effortlessly and steadily, dutifully and with workmanlike reliability — but there’s […]

Videos: Peter from Hall of Fame Weekend in Cooperstown

Peter joins MLB Central from Cooperstown… Peter joins the Rundown…

Video: Peter on Correa, J.D. Martinez, and the Red Sox 3B concerns

Peter joins MLB Central on MLB Network to discuss Carlos Correa’s injury, the J.D. Martinez trade and Red Sox third base concerns….

Jamey Newberg: Heights.

He’s a dirtdog second baseman, listed under six feet but still generously gifted an inch or three on his reported height, a player who plays with an edge that agitates opponents and endears him to teammates, in that way not unlike Ian Kinsler, a player he once displaced. He can be a lightning rod, for […]

Peter joins Rich Eisen Show to talk Cubs drama

Peter Gammons: Cubs Considered Using Trump to Tell Montero “You’re Fired”…

Peter discusses the Trade Deadline

Peter joins MLB central as the Trade Deadline approaches to discuss which players may be traded, Chris Gimenez contributions, the Angels finding a way without Trout, and more…

Video: Peter on the career and legacy of David Ortiz

Peter joins Jon Paul Morosi at Fenway Park to discuss David Ortiz’s special career with the Red Sox ahead of his number retirement…

Video: Peter on struggling Tigers, D-Backs’ success, bullpen curiosity, and more

Peter joins Christopher Russo on MLB Network’s High Heat to touch on some hot topics from around the Majors, starting with the Tigers’ poor performance this season…

Videos: Peter Gammons and all things MLB Draft

Peter Gammons joins MLB Central on MLB Network to discuss some of the top names in the draft… Peter discusses the high upside for shortstop Logan Warmoth, comparing him to J.J. Hardy of the Baltimore Orioles > Peter on the Chicago Cubs selecting Brendon Little with the 27th overall pick in the 2017 MLB Draft

Newberg: The curious case of Heterochromia Iridum V. Bibens-Dirkx.

They were both chosen out of college in the 2006 draft, and that’s basically where the parallels end, unless you note the fact that each has pitched in the independent leagues and one has as many last names as the other has eye colors. Only Max Scherzer went 11th overall in that draft, and Austin […]