MLB Week in Review (July 27-August 2)

This past week the tradition would continue as fans flocked to Cooperstown to see the legends that created the MLB. The Baseball Hall of Fame is a celebration of what the MLB treasures most, their history. It is a place where the best and worst of the league are displayed, still waiting for the steroid era display, for all to find out how the league became what it is today.

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The Class That Could Change Everything

The Baseball Hall of Fame is one of the most difficult Halls to get into as it is one of the few halls that have let in one player in a year. Last year was one of those years as the BBWAA would only elect Barry Larkin to the hall with the addition of Ron Santo from the veteran’s committee. It is one of the most respected halls in the world as only the best of the best can make it in.

MLB Week in Review (Sept. 8-14)

For the last few years there has been a long debate raging on surrounding pitchers and how to save their arms. The two theories, one of letting them pitch and the other of resting, have fought over and over with the resting theory coming out on top. Yet still injuries continue to climb despite pitchers not pitching as much to conserve their arms.

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