Happened to be browsing through the games available for purchase at Baseball’s Best on iTunes and noticed these Mets-related gems: Game 5 of the 1969 World Series Game 3 of the 1986 NLCS Game 6 of the 1986 NLCS Game 6 of the 1986 World Series Game 7 of the 1986 World Series Game 5
SI’s Stewart Mandel tweeted this photo of Roger Clemens at the national championship game. I didn’t see one of Mindy McCready, though. The Longhorns could give USC a run for the equivalent of the Lakers of college football with all their celebrity fans/alumni.
So if Roger Clemens never throws another pitch in the Majors, he and Mike Piazza will be on the same Hall of Fame ballot in five years. That, of course, begs the question: Will Roger throw a bat at the TV as he watches Mike give his speech in Cooperstown?
While the American tenet that you are innocent until proven guilty should provide Roger Clemens with the benefit of the doubt, and while anything he may or may not have done with Brian McNamee certainly wouldn’t make him the only player of the last 20 years to do such things, I see nothing wrong with
If money were no object, some team in baseball could potentially add nine future Hall of Famers to its roster this offseason, including what is obviously a baseball first: available sluggers who have reached the 700, 600, 500, 400 and 300 home-run plateaus. First, the possible — not all probable — Hall of Famers: Barry