Eddie Murray was considered a Hall of Famer long before he retired. There is still some debate whether Jim Thome, when his playing days are done, is worthy of Cooperstown. Their numbers are quite similar, probably more than you might think.
When you factor in the player and the ballpark he'll call home in 2010, Cliff Lee pitching in Safeco Field should be the best fit among players who changed teams this offseason.
In its first season, the new Yankee Stadium was a great home run park. It, however, wasn't a great hitters' park.
Rob Neyer lists Billy Martin, Doug Harvey and Bob Howsam among seven who deserve election by the Hall of Fame's Veterans Committee.
With the World Series being played in the Northeast and extending into November, Rob Neyer looks back at years when the weather was a factor.
Nick Punto and Carlos Gomez are included on Rob Neyer's list of the top 10 all-time baserunning blunders.
In the division series, the teams with three good starters are the ones who stand the best chance to advance.
Rob Neyer cites some incidents from baseball history that could have turned out differently if instant replay had been in place.
The best games in All-Star history? Ted Williams' game-winning blast at Briggs Stadium in Detroit put 1941 on our list.
One can't assume players will continue a particular pace through the second half, but Rob Neyer points out several to watch.
With A-Rod, Junior and Chipper leading the way, we take a look at the best -- and the worst -- No. 1 picks in the history of the draft.
While Chipper Jones has already done enough in his career to be a Hall of Famer, he still has time for more elite consideration.
In reality, very few pitchers in history could really be considered good hitters. The numbers prove it.
The Braves' run differential and the performance of Cliff Lee have highlighted the weird happenings in April.
Does a good manager make a team, or vice versa? Other than using wins and losses, a manager's true impact is tough to measure.
Today's game has more players who either hit a home run, walk or strike out than ever before, but the ultimate "Three True Outcome" player is Oakland's Jack Cust.