Hall Of Fame
Before other sports matched the money and none of the danger, boxing was must-watch theater, a distillation of the rags-to-riches narrative that personified the American Dream. And Ken Norton was Exhibit A.
He only does one thing well. That’s the story of Devin Hester’s career, isn’t it?
Former Cubs and White Sox greats Greg Maddux and Frank Thomas are likely to be inducted into the Hall in their first year on the ballot
The 1963 Loyola University Chicago men’s basketball team will be the first team ever inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame on November 24 in Kansas City, Missouri.
Tim Brown had one chance to win a Super Bowl in his career with the Oakland Raiders.
Single-season sacks leader Michael Strahan and two players who tried to block him are among 15 modern-era finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Retired from the game of baseball, Sammy Sosa now manages a comapny called Injex 21, which specializes in needleless drug injections.
The New York Times saw an opportunity and took it.
Steroid-tainted stars Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa have been denied entry to baseball’s Hall of Fame with voters failing to elect any candidates for only the second time in four decades.
I absolutely hate Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame voting.
Ex-Cub Ron Santo finally got into the Hall of Fame this past summer. Ex-Cub Greg Maddux will easily get into the Hall of Fame in the summer of 2014. And Ex-Cub Lee Smith will surely get into the Hall of Fame …
That fumble apparently did nothing to shatter Wilson’s confidence, as he told reporters he think he’ll one day end up in the Hall of Fame.
This all starts with Lovie Smith. It’s his philosophy, his culture, his kind of players, his results.
Michael Jordan made Nike founder Phil Knight a very rich man over the years, and now Jordan will present him at the 2012 Naismith Hall of Fame ceremony.
With his legal problems in the rear-view mirror, Roger Clemens is returning to baseball.
Brian Urlacher is still good at his job, as far as any of us know.
With a slew of all-time greats in their first year of eligibility for Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame, the summer of 2013 should be a banner one for Cooperstown.
Simply put, Paul Konerko’s production over the past few years has been remarkable.
Those nice things, though, do not deserve a retiring of his number, a topic that’s been bandied about since people started to assume this year was Wood’s swan song.
Check out the results from this year’s HOF voting.