(COOPERSTOWN, NY) – Baseball’s biggest stars will make their annual return to the home of baseball on Memorial Day Weekend. It could only happen in …
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum’s Board of Directors today announced changes to the rules for election for recently retired players, reducing the …
The Mariano Rivera ceremonies were well done as you knew they would, because the New York Yankees always know how to put on a show in honoring their legends.
Think of the 1954 Giants as The Boys of The Summer Before. Perhaps the date is the first clue. The World Series could hardly have started any sooner, and given the course of events that quickly unfolded, there was no way it was going to end any later. In its time, that was a good thing.
The case for Gil Hodges in the Hall of Fame is both statistical and emotional. It also points out all of the inconsistencies that go into the flawed process of choosing Hall of Famers.
Mark Healey, the founder of Gotham Baseball magazine, and Joseph M. Lara, the owner of JML Media, LLC are proud to announce the online release of the Fall 2011 issue of digital version of Gotham Baseball magazine.
One day, a legendary writer and literary fixture in the early days of Gotham decided he wanted to see what this baseball business was all about. The great Cecilia M. Tan, one of Gotham Baseball’s original contributors, shares the tale of Christopher Morley’s trek to the Fall Classic of 1921.
“Neon” Deion Sanders was a Prime Time player for both MLB and the NFL!
For the first four years of his professional career, Sal Maglie wasn’t much of a presence, a prospect or a pitcher. Before he would hang up his spikes, he would be part of New York baseball folklore forever.
Baseball Digest wishes a Happy Birthday to one of the most intimidating pitchers of all time, Roch “Goose” Gossage.