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Hall of Fame

Zero Heroes

by Kenny Ducey

Flickr | drumminhands


By Tom DiSalvo

Some say that numbers never lie, and last week, zero was the most relevant number Major League Baseball. No player was elected into the Hall of Fame for the class of 2013. None of the thirty six names on the ballot were good enough for clearance by the Baseball Writers Association of America. No players was nominated. Zero.

One on One: Hall of Fame President Jeff Idelson

by Alex Smith


Jeff Idelson has been a busy man the past few days. On Wednesday, January 9th. The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum announced that no winning candidate emerged from the voting done by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. This is the eight shutout in the history of voting, and the first since 1996.

Baseball & Cooperstown: Fitting Compliments

by Alex Smith, Eric Mollo


Alex Smith

I had no clue what to expect from our trip to Cooperstown, New York. Sure, I knew about the Hall of Fame and all of the history and tradition that goes along with it. I have been told, multiple times, that it is the ultimate experience for any baseball fan. But I had never been there. Well that all changed in late July, as we set off for Hall of Fame Weekend.

Stories from C-town

by Kevin Price, Ricky Cibrano

  Roberto Alomar, Bert Blyleven, and Pat Gillick were inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame last Sunday, July 24th.  WFUV's Kevin Price and Ricky Cibrano made the trip to Cooperstown to talk to legends and hear some classic baseball tales.