Baseball Report: Hall Of Fame Welcomes 2019 ClassThe Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2019 includes dominant closer Mariano Rivera and consistent starter Mike Mussina.
Yankees' Mike Mussina Relieved To Finally Be Inducted Into Baseball Hall Of FameA large crowd gathered for Sunday's Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Cooperstown.
Yankees Legend Mariano Rivera Becomes First Player Elected To Baseball Hall Of Fame UnanimouslyThe greatest closer of all-time is now officially part of the most exclusive club in Major League Baseball.
Jones, Guerrero, Thome, Hoffman Elected To Baseball Hall Of FameChipper Jones, Jim Thome, Vladimir Guerrero and Trevor Hoffman have been elected to the baseball Hall of Fame.
WFAN, CBS Sports Radio Employees Cast Their Own Baseball Hall Of Fame BallotsWe recently let personalities, producers and others at WFAN and CBS Sports Radio play the role of Hall of Fame voters.
Joe Morgan To Hall Of Fame Voters: Block Steroid UsersA day after the Baseball Hall of Fame released its 2018 ballot, Joe Morgan made his plea to voters to keep Cooperstown steroid free.
Wade Boggs On WFAN: Story About Wanting To Go Into Hall Of Fame As Devil Ray Is Rumor Gone AmokEver heard the story about how Wade Boggs wanted to go into the Hall of Fame as a Tampa Bay Devil Ray because the team's owner offered him $1 million?
Tim Raines Honors Forerunners As He's Inducted Into Baseball Hall Of FameTim Raines, who received two World Series rings with the New York Yankees, has been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Mike Francesa: 'Steroid Stars' Still Face Extremely Long Hall Of Fame OddsFor the first time, Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds finished on the north side of 50 percent in baseball Hall of Fame voting.
Canseco: Baseball Writers Should Be Stripped Of Hall Of Fame VotesCanseco said the Hall of Fame is being hypocritical by denying access to some suspected steroid users while allowing others in.
Tim Raines, Ivan Rodriguez, Jeff Bagwell Elected To Baseball Hall Of FameTim Raines' long wait for the Hall of Fame is finally over, and he'll be joined in Cooperstown by Jeff Bagwell and Ivan Rodriguez.