A year ago yesterday, ESPN ranked its top 100 baseball players of all time. @oldhossradbourn provided running commentary. I had not seen it all collected into one site until now. A few highlights: 83.
While I have no problem with Bobby Cox, Joe Torre, and Tony LaRussa getting elected to the Hall of Fame, evidently the standard for being a great manager is working for a high-revenue team over a very
Jeffery Loria. Who may also be the worst sports owner of all time, a category that includes racist slum lord/owner of the most embarrassingly bad team in the NBA for 20 years Donald Sterling and Willi
What a surprise that billionaire sports owners would steal from their poorest employees: Two Major League Baseball clubs–the San Francisco Giants and Miami Marlins—are under investigation by the U
Here’s the thing about ketchup. It’s disgusting and those who love it should reexamine their priorities and the meaning of their lives. So I am righteously outraged that the Detroit Tigers
Jonah Keri on the wondrous career of the great Vladimir Guerrero, a player no one could reasonably not love to watch. Share
This is pretty close to the most devastating critique I’ve ever read of a baseball player. Share
Breitbart evidently now has a sports page, where its writers provide the same acumen for terrible analysis that they do on the political side. Because you see advanced statistics and math is for liber