BBHOF Profile: Tim Raines

It took a long time for Tim Raines to find his way to Cooperstown but the old school player got a boost from the new school and sabermetrics which became a major reason for his induction in the Class of 2017.

MLB Week in Review (July 14-20)

This week gave a glimpse into the hierarchy that exists in the MLB and in all sports as one player spoke out and was essentially forgotten about while another did the same two weeks ago and was cut.

MLB Week in Review (July 7-13)

The MLB All-Star Game is once again meaningless but it could be a blessing as the players could be allowed to have more fun like they did in Miami this week.

MLB Week in Review (June 30-July 6)

The MLB is in the midst of a conspiracy as players and analysts believe that something sinister is happening behind the scenes while the home run numbers continue to climb.

MLB Week in Review (June 23-29)

Locker rooms are a constant balance of personalities as struggling teams try to keep the mood up but when things go wrong it becomes tougher which the Cubs got a lesson in the this week.

MLB Week in Review (June 16-22)

The MLB’s old school and new school clashed again as debate erupted over the Posey Rule this week when a questionable slide by Anthony Rizzo had some wondering what the rule is truly about.

MLB Week in Review (June 9-15)

The world of sports have become increasingly boring when it comes to the personalities of the players but the MLB will finally be allowing those personalities out with the announcement of Players Weekend.

MLB Week in Review (June 2-8)

Bryce Harper was in the news again and this time it was about a comment made regarding his potential free agency that launched a debate about the best free agency class ever.

MLB Week in Review (May 26-June 1)

The MLB continues to deal with it’s unwritten rules that cause some of the most exciting and debated moments in baseball.

MLB Week in Review (May 19-25)

The Chicago Cubs began their road trip with another theme which is has become a constant part of Joe Maddon’s teams as he continues to be a new-age manager.

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