Talking Baseball With Grassroots Baseball’s Jeff Idelson And Jean Fruth

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Ross Grimsley talk with former National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum president Jeff Idelson and famed sports photographer Jean Fruth about their work with Grassroots Baseball and Fruth’s new book, “Grassroots Baseball: Route 66.”

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Jim Henneman: Searching For One Word That Defines A Hall Of Famer … Even Those In The Back Row

How do you define a Hall of Famer? The answer, of course, is you don’t. Some have tried, all have failed. Jim Henneman, though, comes as close as he can to finding one word that defines a Hall of Famer … even those in the back row.

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Jim Henneman Sorts Through ‘Damn Good’ Options In Latest Baseball Hall Of Fame Ballot

Jim Henneman breaks down his thought process for this year’s Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, starting with the three categories he uses to group candidates with some association with PEDs and finishing with a simple conclusion about all the players on the ballot.

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Jim Henneman: The Barry Bonds-Roger Clemens Debate Isn’t Going Away Anytime Soon

Jim Henneman says the Hall of Fame debate on Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens isn’t going away anytime soon, as both are immediately eligible to be part of the 2023 class through a Veterans Committee.

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Curt Schilling’s Hall Of Fame Shutout A Little Surprising … But Hardly A Shock

Jim Henneman breaks down why Curt Schilling falling short of election to the Baseball Hall of Fame was hardly a shock — and also reveals his ballot and why he voted the way he did.

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Jim Henneman: Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens Figure To Dominate Hall Of Fame Discussion

With no slam-dunk first-year nominee for the first time in eight years, Jim Henneman says this year’s Baseball Hall of Fame ballot highlights the two most recognizable names — Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens — even more than usual.

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