Peter Gammons: Quick notes for a Wednesday in January

There’s been a lot of discussion as to whether or not Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds will creep up to the necessary 75% with five more shots on the ballot. But it may not be that easy, because despite their increases, it’s difficult to ascertain how fixed hard-liners that did not vote for them will […]

Video: The Career of Jeff Bagwell, Written and Narrated by Peter Gammons

The career of Jeff Bagwell written and narrated by Peter Gammons…

Videos: Peter and Co. on Hall of Fame inductees and future hopefuls

Peter joins Jonah Keri and the MLB Tonight crew to spotlight the career of newly elected Hall of Famer Tim Raines… MLB Tonight debates the chances of Edgar Martinez being elected to the Hall of Fame as his vote numbers have enjoyed an upward trend…

Peter Gammons: Reflection of Hall of Fame inductees Tim Raines and Jeff Bagwell

Tim Raines signs HOF after his name, the second greatest leadoff hitter in history, a man who reached base more often than Tony Gwynn or Roberto Clemente. So does Jeff Bagwell, who statistically is one of the six best first basemen ever, second only behind Albert Pujols since World War II. And Pudge Rodriguez, one […]

Videos: Peter Gammons’ Hall of Fame discussions, includes Peter’s votes

MLB Network analysts Ken Rosenthal,Jon Paul Morosi and Peter Gammons discuss their voting methodology for the 2017 Hall of Fame… Peter Gammons joins Chris Russo to discuss the legacy of Fred Lynn and break down his choices for the 2017 Hall of Fame… Jon Paul Morosi and Peter Gammons break down their 2017 Hall of […]

Video: Peter Gammons on potential HOF Class of 2017

Peter joins Christopher Russo on MLB Network’s High Heat to discuss the potential Hall of Fame class of 2017

Peter Gammons: The Hall of Fame ballot

The 2005 Induction ceremony was over, and inductees, friends, guests and well-wishers were winding back to the Otesaga Hotel. Outside the entrance, Bud Selig was on his cell phone, his voice raised in what obviously was a heated discussion. We later learned that Selig was in a discussion about a piece of news that he […]

Newberg: Pro Active.

The point of this morning’s entry, as it cooked in my head the past few days, was going to be that if I were another team, I’d be aggressively trying to pry Jurickson Profar free from Texas, like Sandy Alomar Jr. blocked by Benito Santiago, Jeff Bagwell stuck behind Scott Cooper, Michael Young caught in […]

Coffee and Clippings: An insider’s view of the rise of Jeff Bagwell and Mike Piazza

Alex Speier (@alexspeier) of the Boston Globe gives an insider’s look into the coming up of Jeff Bagwell and recent Hall of Fame elected Mike Piazza… Of course, in the case of both Piazza and Bagwell, their early careers often are cited as circumstantial evidence of a possible PED taint over their careers. Piazza went […]

Paul Goldschmidt, Speed Demon

For the second consecutive season, Paul Goldschmidt will take the field as the starting first baseman for the NL All-Stars. If you him take and rake at the plate, it’s easy to understand why. Goldschmidt is enjoying his best offensive season yet, ranking ninth among MLB hitters in home runs (20), third in walk rate […]