Held Back A Year By Pandemic, Hawk Harrelson Finally Accepts Baseball Hall Of Fame's Top Honor For BroadcastersKen "Hawk" Harrelson finally got his moment in Cooperstown.
Harold Baines Is Ready For His Induction Speech"It'll be about my community. It'll be about my coaches, my teammates and last but not least my family."
This Week In Baseball: 'Shoeless' Joe's Failed Reinstatement Bid, What It Means For Pete RoseThe Commissioner denied an appeal for reinstatement on the behalf of White Sox legend "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, what does that mean for Pete Rose?
Your Baseball-Centric Travel Guide To CooperstownTravel guide to Cooperstown, New York, home of the world famous National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Wisch: 5 Thoughts From A Weekend In CooperstownWhite Sox fans turned out in full force to support Frank Thomas.
Levine: Maddux Stays In Character In Hall Of Fame SpeechGreg Maddux was truly one of a kind in a 22-year career in which he won 355 games.
Levine: Thomas A Champion Of Drug TestingFrank Thomas always did it the right way in his illustrious Hall of Fame career.
White Sox: Reinsdorf Hospitalized In Cooperstown, Doing FineIn a statement released Friday night, the White Sox say team owner Jerry Reinsdorf is communicating with his doctors and medical staff.
Wisch: Cooperstown Shouldn’t Close Out Lee Smith Few closers have been as dominant as Smith, whose 12th year of HOF eligibility passed without induction.
Levine: Thomas Looking Forward To Hall Of Fame InductionFrank Thomas will be honored next weekend in Cooperstown, N.Y.
Wisch: Thomas, Maddux Could Help Heal The Hall in 2014Former 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
Wisch: Why Baseball’s Hall Of Fame Needs Its Own ‘Death Penalty’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.
Santo Inducted Into Baseball Hall Of FameThe late Ron Santo, star third baseman for the Chicago Cubs and later a broadcaster for the team, has been inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
Wisch: Cooperstown Deserves Better Than Roger ClemensAs a kid, the guy was my favorite player, so I’m certainly biased. But when it comes to keeping score of the all-time greatest Hall of Fame induction speeches, I think Ryne Sandberg’s wins in a rout.
Wisch: Does Ron Santo Deserve A Wrigley Statue?The news was stunning, if not surprising, this morning when I woke up, turned on the TV and learned from the crawl on the screen that Ron Santo had passed away at 70 after a lifetime of health issues.